US Bank and Chase Bank Overdraft Fees

Have you ever received a second overdraft fee after the initial overdraft fee for failing to replenish your overdrawn bank account?

Certain banks and credit unions, such as US Bank and Chase, allegedly charge their customers a second overdraft fee for failing to bring their account to a positive balance within a certain period of time, often between 7 and 20 days.  Such additional overdraft fees may violate the National Bank Act.

Levi & Korsinsky, LLP is investigating unfair business practices by financial institutions in connection with their charging customers a second overdraft fee.  If you have received a second overdraft fee from your bank or credit union for failing to bring your account positive, feel free to get in touch with attorneys Rosemary M. Rivas or Quentin A. Roberts of Levi & Korsinsky, LLP to discuss your legal rights.

Rosemary M. Rivas, Esq.

Quentin A. Roberts, Esq.

44 Montgomery Street, Suite 650

San Francisco, CA 94104

To get more information regarding the investigation of US Bank and Chase Bank , without cost or obligation, please call us at 877-363-5972 or complete our contact form.

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