ATM Fees Investigation
Girard Sharp public protection attorneys are investigating reports that banks are charging excessive out-of-network ATM fees without adequately warning consumers.
If you were charged ATM fees without proper notification, you may be entitled to relief.
Protect your right by speaking with a Girard Sharp consumer attorney. Call us toll-free at 866-981-4800 or submit your information below:
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More Information About Out-of-Network ATM Charges
The Electronic Fund Transfer Act (EFTA) requires ATM operators to notify consumers in advance if a charge will be assessed for withdrawing or depositing money. Recent reports indicate, however, that not all banks currently provide notice before charging one or more ATM fees.
Banks may be improperly assessing ATM fees in connection with the following transactions:
- Making a withdrawal
- Checking your balance
- Depositing money
Banks may also be improperly charging two fees when a consumer carries out more than one of the above transactions. Additionally, banks may be wrongfully imposing overdraft fees on accounts with a positive balance and charging multiple insufficient funds fees on the same transaction.
Financial institutions we are investigating for these practices include:
- Bank of America
- Capital One
- Fremont Bank
- Flagstar Bank
- Kearny Bank
- Central Valley Community Bank
- Sunflower Bank
- Bank of Missouri
- Valley National
- Zions Bank
- Denali Federal Credit Union
- Spirit of Alaska Federal Credit Union
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For a free consultation about your potential claims, contact one of our consumer finance attorneys by filling out the form above or calling toll-free at (866) 981-4800.