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|National City Bank (PNC) Overdraft Fee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement|
- Wednesday, 13 July 2011 11:01
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Award (how much your claim may be worth): You can receive $36 for each eligible overdraft fee you incurred during the Class Period. However, if the number of people filing claims is small enough, you may be able to receive up to three times that amount.
Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Case(s): Trombley, et al. v. National City Bank, et al., Case No. 1:10-cv-00232, United States District Court, District of Columbia
Website of the Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Administrator (UPDATE YOUR INFORMATION HERE): www.NationalCityClass.com
Address to submit a claim form (REQUIRED):
The easiest way to submit a claim for the National City Bank overdraft fee settlement is to submit a claim form online at www.NationalCityClass.com. You can also print a paper claim form from the Administrator's Website and mail it to:
National City Overdraft Settlement
P.O. Box 4098
Portland, OR 97208-4098
Details: National City Bank and PNC Bank (PNC) have reached a $12 million class action lawsuit settlement concerning illegal overdraft fees. If you paid overdraft fees to National City (including accounts transferred to PNC when it merged with National City in November 2009), you may be eligible to receive a cash payment from the class action settlement that could be as much as $100 or more.
According to the National City Bank class action lawsuit settlement, titled Trombley, et al. v. National City Bank, et al., National City improperly assessed overdraft fees for insufficient funds on debit card purchases and ATM withdrawals in a number of ways that were unlawful, including by “re-sequencing” transactions in order to maximize the number of overdraft fees. The lawsuit alleges that these practices were unlawful and caused financial injury.
You’re considered a class member of the National City overdraft fee settlement if you hold or ever held a National City Account and at any time from July 1, 2005 through August 15, 2010 incurred at least one Overdraft Fee associated with at least one National City Debit Card Transaction that was not previously reversed, refunded or returned. (The settlement does not apply to any PNC accounts that were opened for the first time through PNC or one of PNC’s predecessor banks other than National City. It does, however apply to National City account holders who were charged fees before or after National City was merged into PNC.)
As part of the $12 million National City class action settlement, National City will pay class members $36 for each eligible Overdraft Fee they incurred during the class period. However, if the number of people filing claims is small enough, you may be able to receive up to three times this amount!
All you have to do to receive your share of the National City cash settlement is to submit a valid claim form no later than August 26, 2011. If you're unsure if you meet the requirements to claim money from the National City Bank Overdraft Fee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement, you can go to www.NationalCityClass.com.
Purchased or Leased From: This settlement includes all IPEX manufactured Kitec Plumbing Systems, regardless of when they were purchased or installed.
Claims must be postmarked by: 8/26/11
Settlement Administrator(s): Epiq Systems, Inc.
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