National Law Firm Bringing Client Arbitrations Against PNC Bank for Unfair Overdraft Fees
Clients could reclaim their fees (and more) through arbitration
McCune Law Group, McCune Wright Arevalo Vercoski Kusel Weck Brandt APC (MLG), is accepting qualified clients to bring claims against PNC bank for their allegedly unfair overdraft practices which have cost customers millions of dollars. If you are a PNC bank customer who has been charged an overdraft fee within the past year, see if you qualify to arbitrate.
You do not pay. All attorney fees will be collected from PNC in winning cases.
Qualify quickly and easily by submitting your most recent account statement. Our team will inform you if your charges are eligible to be reclaimed in arbitration.Make a Claim
Has PNC hit you with unfair overdraft fees?
Fighting Back Against Illegal and Unfair Bank Fees
Overdraft Fees Most Impact Those Least Able to Afford Them
Major banks including PNC rely heavily on overdraft fees for revenue. According to Consumer Finance, estimated overdraft fee revenues totaled $15.47 billion in 2019 alone. PNC and other major banks prey on their most vulnerable customers that are already struggling to make ends meet in order to increase profits for their shareholders. MLG simply cannot stand for this kind of predatory behavior that targets the average American. We will fight for you to reclaim your fees.
Unfair Overdraft Fee Arbitrations Against PNC Bank
McCune Law Group (MLG), is accepting cases against PNC bank for their allegedly unfair overdraft practices.
PNC bank is a multi-billion-dollar company sporting nearly 3,000 branches and over 9,000 ATMs nationwide. In June 2021, PNC bank acquired BBVA, another large banking chain operating mainly in the Southwestern United States. Customers who previously banked with BBVA are now PNC customers. However, with the transition, many legacy BBVA customers may not have received adequate disclosure of PNC’s (or BBVA’s in previous years) overdraft practices.
Additionally, PNC customers without the bank’s Virtual Wallet and Low Cash Mode enabled could be suffering from allegedly unfair overdraft fees. MLG believes PNC bank should be responsible for offering complete transparency about their overdraft practices to all customers – both old and new – and that customers using special PNC products shouldn’t have more protection from overdraft fees than those that don’t.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can I get my money back from unfair overdraft fees?
If you were charged overdraft fees unfairly by PNC bank, you likely signed an arbitration agreement which forbids customers from bringing public class action lawsuits against PNC over grievances. However, you are always able to bring an arbitration alongside legal representation to reclaim your wrongfully charged fees.
What is arbitration?
Arbitration is a type of private resolution in which opposing parties and their legal counsel bring their arguments before an arbitrator who acts as a judge. Arbitrations are similar to public lawsuits, but are intentionally held in private, often to protect the reputation of the defendant.
Can I still join an arbitration?
Yes! MLG is continuing to file arbitration on behalf of wronged PNC bank customers who were unfairly charged overdraft fees. If you are a current PNC bank customer with a positive balance on your account, complete the form above to begin the process of arbitration.
How You can Join Our Arbitration:
The Financial Services attorneys at McCune Law Group are pursuing arbitrations on behalf of customers who have been charged unfair overdraft fees. If you have been charged an unfair overdraft fee recently, here is how you can join our arbitration:
- Fill out our form with your information
- Set up your free consultation
- Meet with our Financial Services team
- Discuss your potential case
- Discuss your next steps
A member of our Financial Service team is ready to help you recover your unfairly charged overdraft fees!
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Who Can Make Claims Against PNC Bank?
MLG is pursuing cases on behalf of customers who have been unfairly and illegally charged overdraft fees. You may be qualified to join this arbitration if:
- You are a current PNC bank customer who does not have PNC’s Virtual Wallet with Low Cash Mode enabled.
- You have been charged an overdraft fee on a debit card purchase at least once in the past year.
How Does an Arbitration Work?
Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution outside the courtroom. An arbitrator decides the result much like a judge, but the proceedings are private. It has, unfortunately, become common practice for banks to include arbitration clauses in their agreement paperwork in order to avoid public class actions that can bring bad press and hold them accountable in court. Agreeing to these clauses forces customers to seek a resolution with the bank out of court. Banks expect that arbitration will discourage customers from seeking further action. We believe this is unacceptable. MLG has decided to represent PNC bank clients as individuals in arbitration to recover overdraft fees. If your case is signed with MLG, our firm will represent you in the arbitration hearings at no charge to you. If you lose, you pay nothing. If you win, our firm collects relevant fees from PNC bank.
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.