www.tdbankoverdraftclassaction.com – File Claim in $70 Million Case

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TD Bank Overdraft Class Action Lawsuit

Head on over to www.tdbankoverdraftclassaction.com to file a claim and get your portion of the 70 million dollar settlement pot.

Class members in the case claim TD Bank of a myriad of deceptive practices when it came to assessing overdraft fees.

You can mail the claim form to “TD Bank Overdraft Litigation c/o Epiq P.O. Box 6006 Portland, OR 97228-6006” or dial  1-877-588-5722 to request one by mail.

Class members will be represented by E. Adam Webb WEBB KLASE & LEMOND LLC and Richard D. McCune McCUNE WRIGHT AREVALO LLP.

The defense will be represented by Donald R. Frederico & Lucus A. Ritchie PIERCE ATWOOD LLP.

It should be noted TD Bank denies any actions of wrongdoing.


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How much money will class members get?

  • Class Members claiming cash payments will receive a pro-rata share of the $43 million settlement fund, so payments will depend on the number of valid claims submitted
  • Class Members claiming forgiveness will receive up to $75 in overdraft fee forgiveness and their information will be removed from the ChexSystems national reporting database
  • Regulation E Class Members can make a claim for up to $35.

Class member definition (i.e. who should file a claim?)

All holders of a TD Bank Personal Account, who, from August 16, 2010, to and including April 22, 2016, incurred one or more Overdraft Fees as a result of TD Bank’s practice of assessing Overdraft Fees based on the Account’s Available Balance rather than 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, incurred one or more Overdraft Fees as a result of Carolina First Bank’s and/or Mercantile Bank’s practices of (1) High-to-Low Posting or (2) assessing Overdraft Fees based on the Account’s Available Balance rather than its Ledger Balance (‘South Financial Class’); and All holders of a TD Bank Personal Account who were assessed one or more 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, incurred one or more 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, incurred one or more Overdraft Fees on Uber or Lyft ride-sharing transactions while not enrolled in 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, incurred one or more Overdraft Fees as a result of TD Bank’s practice of assessing Overdraft Fees based on the Account’s Available Balance rather than its Ledger Balance (‘TD Available Balance Business Class’).

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