Overdraft Fees at Capital One Bank

In January 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Capital One Bank for allegedly charging multiple non-sufficient funds and overdraft fees on a single transaction. Plaintiffs claim that the bank misleadingly represents that it charges only one non-sufficient funds or overdraft fee on a single transaction without telling customers that the bank charges another fee each time it reprocesses a transaction that has been rejected for insufficient funds. (McNeil et al v. Capital One Bank, N.A., Case No. 19-cv-473, E. D. NY.)

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