TD Bank Overdraft Class Action Lawsuit ($70 Million Dollar Settlement)

TD BankOver Draft Settlement

A 70 million dollar legal claim has been proposed in the legal claim entitled In re: TD Bank NA Debit Card Overdraft Fee Litigation.

You can record a case at www.tdbankoverdraftclassaction.com.

The case is entitled Case No. 6:15-mn-02613, and is under audit in the U.S. Area Court for the District of South Carolina.

Verification of procurement isn’t required.

All cases must be recorded by 2/7/2020.

Who Should File a Claim?

The settlement classes (“Settlement Classes”) include:

All holders of a TD Bank Personal Account, who, from August 16, 2010, to and including April 22, 2016, caused at least one Overdraft Fees because of TD Bank’s act of surveying Overdraft Fees dependent on the Account’s Available Balance as opposed to its Ledger Balance (“TD Available Balance Consumer Class”); and

All holders of a Carolina First Bank/Mercantile Bank Account, who, from December 1, 2007, to and including June 20, 2011, brought about at least one Overdraft Fees because of Carolina First Bank’s as well as Mercantile Bank’s acts of (1) High-to-Low Posting or (2) surveying Overdraft Fees dependent on the Account’s Available Balance instead of its Ledger Balance (“South Financial Class”); and

All holders of a TD Bank Personal Account who were evaluated at least one Overdraft Fees for an ATM or One-Time Debit Card Transaction from August 16, 2010, to and including June 26, 2019 (“Regulation E Class”); and

All holders of a TD Bank Personal or Business Account who, from March 8, 2013, to and including June 26, 2019, brought about at least one Sustained Overdraft Fees (“Usury Class”); and

All holders of a TD Bank Personal Account who, from December 5, 2011, to and including June 26, 2019, brought about at least one Overdraft Fees on Uber or Lyft ride-sharing exchanges while not joined up with TD Debit Card Advance (“Uber/Lyft Class”); and

All holders of a TD Bank Business Account who, from August 16, 2010, to and including June 26, 2019, brought about at least one Overdraft Fees because of TD Bank’s act of evaluating Overdraft Fees dependent on the Account’s Available Balance as opposed to its Ledger Balance (“TD Available Balance Business Class”).”

TDBankOverdraftClassAction.com Contact Information

Mail: TD Bank Overdraft Litigation c/o Epiq P.O. Box 6006 Portland, OR 97228-6006

Telephone: 1-877-588-5722

Fax: Not accessible

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