TD Bank’s Debit Card Transactions

January 2020: A federal judge granted final approval of a settlement agreement that would provide class members with monetary compensation. In addition, the bank agreed to forgive or reduce the amount of outstanding balances on class members’ closed accounts. For more information, go to

April 2018: This case was transferred to a court in South Carolina to be heard with other similar cases in a multidistrict litigation, In re TD Bank, N.A., Debit Card Overdraft Fee Litigation (Case No. 15-mn-2613, D. SC.; MDL No. 2613). To read the Consolidated Class Action Complaint in the multidistrict litigation, click here.

December 2017: A class-action lawsuit was filed against TD Bank for allegedly misleadingly representing that the bank will decline non-recurring debit card transactions for customers who do not opt into its Debit Card Advance Program and will not charge them overdraft fees on such transactions when, according to the plaintiffs, the bank does not decline non-recurring transactions for ride-sharing apps – including Uber and Lyft – and charges customers overdraft fees on such transactions. (Lawrence et al v. TD Bank, N.A., Case No. 18-cv-982, D.N.J.)

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