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Excessive Bank Overdraft Fee Complaints - Submit Your Case

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Last name*

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Which bank charged you overdraft fees you feel were excessive?

Are you a current customer of this bank?

Is/was the account a personal checking account or a business checking account?

Do you regularly use a debit card, ATM card, or check card for purchases?

Please list the dates you were a customer of the bank(s)?

How much in overdraft fees have you been charged?

When were you first charged an overdraft fee?

When was the last time you were charged an overdraft fee?

Did you get any overdraft charges reversed?

Have you noticed the way in which the bank(s) process transactions?

Has the bank re-ordered any of your transactions from highest to lowest?

Are you currently represented by an attorney?

Have you ever declared bankruptcy?

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