Credit Union Overdraft Fees

Credit Union Overdraft Fees

Chimicles & Tikellis is investigating potential class action lawsuits on behalf of consumers who may have been charged excessive overdraft fees by credit unions. Specifically, C&T is investigating whether certain credit unions have a practice of posting debit transactions to consumer checking accounts beginning with the highest amount and going to the lowest amount – regardless of the chronological order in which the transactions actually occurred. The effect of manipulating the posting of transactions in this manner is that consumers are charged more overdraft fees than they otherwise would be had the transactions been posted in chronological order. It can also cause an overdraft fee to be assessed to an account when there would have been a positive account balance, had the transactions not been re-ordered.

C&T is investigating the credit unions listed below, as well as others. If you have been assessed overdraft fees by these or any other credit unions, please contact the attorneys for this case via the “Email us about this Case” button.

  • Alliant Credit Union
  • America First Federal Credit Union
  • American Airlines Federal Credit Union
  • Alaska USA Federal Credit Union
  • Boeing Employees Credit Union
  • Citizens Equity First Credit Union
  • Desert Schools Federal Credit Union
  • DFCU Financial Credit Union
  • Eastman Credit Union
  • ESL Federal Credit Union
  • First Technology Federal Credit Union
  • HSBC Bank
  • Kinecta Federal Credit Union
  • Mountain America Federal Credit Union
  • Patelco Credit Union
  • Pentagon Federal Credit Union
  • Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union
  • Star One Credit Union
  • State Employees Credit Union (North Carolina)
  • State Employees Federal Credit Union (New York)
  • Teachers Federal Credit Union
  • Tinker Federal Credit Union
  • United Nations Federal Credit Union
  • UMB Bank
  • Visions Federal Credit Union
  • Vystar Credit Union
  • Wright-Patt Credit Union

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Attorneys for this case:

Benjamin F. Johns
Andrew W. Ferich