Customers Bring Claims Over BMO Harris Bank Overdraft Fees
Complaints cite unclear opt-in agreements as major factors in unfair fees
McCune Law Group, (MLG) is accepting qualified clients to bring action over overdraft fees against BMO Harris Bank. Company overdraft policies may have misled customers. If you are a BMO Harris Bank customer victimized by unfair or illegal overdraft fees, see if you qualify to join the growing number of customers bringing claims!
Clients will not be charged by MLG – win or lose.
Has BMO Harris Bank charged you an unfair overdraft fee?
BMO Harris Bank Consumers Bring Claims of Unfair Overdraft Fees
McCune Law Group (MLG), is accepting claims against BMO Harris Bank over unfair overdraft fees resulting from unscrupulous or unclear company practices.
BMO Harris Bank is a national banking institution operating in several states in the Midwest and Southwest. With more than 600 branches, 1,300 ATMs, and $162 billion in quarterly revenue, BMO Harris is the twenty-first largest bank in the United States. MLG believes BMO Harris utilizes unfair practices to maximize the number of fees charged to customers and is representing claims from wronged customers nationwide.
Unfair Overdraft Fees Affect the Most Vulnerable
Overdraft fees have been used by banks and other large financial institutions to cater to their bottom line for years. To avoid being held accountable for their unclear company practices, many banks include arbitration clauses that prevent customers from pursuing legal action in court. However, arbitrations can be used to hold banks like BMO Harris Bank accountable. You may qualify if:
- You are a current BMO Harris Bank customer
- You have been charged an overdraft fee on a debit card purchase within the past year
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Who Is Eligible to Recover Overdraft Fees From BMO Harris Bank?
MLG is representing BMO Harris Bank customers who have been affected by the bank’s unfair overdraft practices. You may be qualified to join this arbitration if:
- You are a current BMO Harris Bank customer.
- You currently have a positive account balance.
- You have been charged an overdraft fee on a debit card purchase at least once in the past year.
What is the Claims Process Against BMO Harris Bank?
Banks across the country have turned to arbitration clauses in their agreement paperwork to protect themselves from pricey class actions which can bring bad press. Consumers who sign an arbitration clause are compelled to bring their claims against banks like BMO Harris via arbitration, rather than class action lawsuits. MLG has decided to represent BMO Harris customers as they seek to recover wrongfully taken overdraft fees. If you qualify, MLG will represent you in arbitration at no charge to you – win or lose.
McCune Law Group, is responsible for this solicitation. The information provided on this website is for general information purposes only. The information you obtain is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Use of this website or submission of the online form does not create an attorney-client relationship.
Counsel Richard McCune is licensed to practice only in the state of California. The law firm of McCune Law Group, has attorneys licensed to practice law in AZ, CA, IL, MO, NJ, NY and PA. This information section is not intended to be a solicitation for services in states where it is forbidden for non-barred attorneys from advertising for services, and McCune Law Group, does not have attorneys barred in that state. McCune Law Group, is a national firm that brings lawsuits in a majority of the states. In states where one of its attorneys are not barred, it does so by filing the complaint along with local counsel barred in that state.
The results discussed do not guarantee, warrant, or predict the results in future cases.
National class action settlement for unfair overdraft fees
A national class action settlement for unfair overdraft fees
Trial verdict in a class action for unfair bank overdraft fees
McCune Law Group, (MLG) has a long history of success holding banks and credit unions accountable for their unfair or illegal practices, including a $203 million verdict against Wells Fargo itself. The Financial Services attorneys of MLG believe big banks should never be able to just take their customers’ hard-earned money when they are not legally entitled to collect overdraft fees.