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Overdraft Fee Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against State Bank of Lincoln for Alleged Unfair & Deceptive Trade Practices, Breach of Contract

The lawsuit alleges that State Bank of Lincoln contracted with its checking account customers to charge one fee per item or transaction, yet knowingly charged its customers multiple returned item fees and/or overdraft fees per transaction in violation of its agreement with its checking account customers and in violation of Illinois’ Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act.  

Class Action Lawsuits

Proposed Class Action Lawsuit filed Against West Shore Bank Corp. of Ludington, MI for Alleged Breach of Contract 

The lawsuit alleges that West Shore Bank Corp. represented to, and entered into agreements with, its checking account customers agreeing to charge one fee per insufficient funds transaction, yet knowingly charged its customers multiple returned item fees and/or overdraft fees per transaction in violation of its agreement with its checking account customers.

Class Action Lawsuit

Proposed Class Action Lawsuit filed Against Citizens Bank & Trust Co. of Hutchinson, MN for Alleged Unfair & Deceptive Trade Practices, Breach of Contract 

The lawsuit alleges that Citizens Bank & Trust Co. represented to, and entered into agreements with, its checking account customers agreeing to charge one fee per insufficient funds transaction, yet knowingly charged its customers multiple returned item fees and/or overdraft fees per transaction in violation of its agreement with its checking account customers.

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Overdraft Fee Lawsuit

Have you been charged excessive insufficient fund or overdraft fees by your bank? You should speak with an overdraft lawyer an Johnson // Becker.

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Bremer Bank Overdraft Fee Lawsuit Filed by Johnson // Becker, PLLC

The lawsuit alleges that Bremer Financial Corporation represented to, and entered into agreements with, its checking account customers agreeing to charge one fee per insufficient funds transaction, yet knowingly charged its customers multiple insufficient funds and overdraft fees per transaction in violation of its agreement.