Chase Bank overdraft charge claim review

Chase bank overdraft fees: who is affected?

Has Chase Bank charged you an unfair overdraft fee for a purchase made with a debit card in the last year?

Chase Bank customers pay hundreds of millions of dollars each year in overdraft fees — indeed, overdraft fees represent a huge amount of revenue at most financial institutions, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

There are specific rules Chase must follow to charge certain overdraft fees. In addition, at the time Chase charges overdraft fees, it must do so in accordance with the laws governing the circumstances in which Chase is permitted to charge overdraft fees to its customers.

There are allegations that Chase Bank charged its customers hundreds of millions of dollars in overdraft fees while failing to follow the laws to charge these fees.

The law firm McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP intends to sue Chase Bank in arbitration to recover overdraft fees for qualified customers.

Are you eligible?

If you are a Chase customer and you have been charged an overdraft fee on a debit card purchase within the last 12 months, you may be eligible to participate in this Chase Overdraft Fee Arbitration Action. Bank.

Complete the form on this page to see if you qualify.

Overdraft Fee Arbitrage: What You Need to Know

Chase Bank has opposed the suit as a class action and is instead using the courts to force customers with legal claims to do so through individual arbitration rather than a class action.

Arbitration is a private litigation process in which disputes are decided out of court by a private arbitrator, and the process is meant to take less time and cost less time than a court case. In addition, the rules of evidence are more flexible than in a court case.

Attorneys working with Top Class Actions take on the daunting task of assisting Chase clients through the arbitration request process attempting to collect inappropriate overdraft fees.

They come with extensive experience in successful litigation against banks and credit unions for engaging in allegedly unfair overdraft fee practices. They also won a $203 million verdict against Wells Fargo for overdraft fees.

Get a Free Chase Bank Overdraft Fee Review

If you have been charged an overdraft fee by Chase Bank on a debit card purchase within the last 12 months, you may be eligible for a free Chase Bank Overdraft Fee Application Review.

Complete the form on this page to see if you qualify.

ACQUIRE HELP – IT’S FREE

Join a Free Chase Bank Overdraft Fee Survey

After you complete the form, the law firm working with Top Class Actions on this matter may contact you to discuss your legal rights.

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