Overdraft Fee Arbitration Against Wells Fargo

Nationwide bank could be using unfair overdraft practices to profiteer off its customers

McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP, (MWA) is accepting qualified clients to bring claims against Wells Fargo for their allegedly unfair overdraft practices which have cost customers millions of dollars. If you are a Wells Fargo customer who has been charged an overdraft fee on a debit card or ATM transaction within the past year, see if you qualify for a claim.

Have you been unfairly charged an overdraft or NSF fee?

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    NOTE: Only personal (consumer) Wells Fargo accounts qualify for this arbitration action. Therefore, please be sure that all answers to the following questions pertain only to the activity in your personal account, not your business account.

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    Thank you for taking time to answer our questions. Unfortunately, your account must have incurred an overdraft fee on an ATM or debit card transaction within the current year to qualify for this action. If that changes, we will reach out to you to see if you are interested. We wish you great success. Have a wonderful day!

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    Unfortunately, proof of an overdraft fee is a requirement for joining our Mass Arbitration action at this time. If that changes, we may reach back out to you to see if you are still interested. In the meantime, please feel free to reach back out if you find that you are able to obtain proof of an overdraft fee after all.
    Thank you for considering McCune Wright Arevalo. We wish you great success. Have a wonderful day!

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    Thank you for taking time to chat today. Unfortunately, if an account was closed due to a negative account balance, we are not able to include it in this arbitration action. If that changes, we may reach back out to to see if you are interested!
    Thank you for considering McCune Wright Arevalo for your legal needs. We wish you great success. Have a wonderful day!

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    Thank you for taking time to answer our questions. Unfortunately, you do not qualify at this time. Have a great day!

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    Congratulations! The answers you've provided indicate that you qualify to participate in this arbitration action against Wells Fargo. Once we have received your executed representation agreement, you will become the newest client of McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP!

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    Just one final step is needed to complete the sign-up process. Once your executed agreement has been received, we can begin preparing an arbitration request and working on your matter. A member of our team will then reach out to you within 4 to 7 business days to advise you regarding the next steps of this process.

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    Unfair Overdraft Fee Claims Against Wells Fargo

    McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP, is accepting cases against Wells Fargo for their allegedly unfair overdraft practices that cost customers millions of dollars a year in overdraft fees.

    For years, Wells Fargo has been one of the most successful banking institutions in the United States. However, in a $203 million verdict against Wells Fargo arising from their overdraft practices, the Judge labeled their overdraft practices as driven by gouging and profiteering. McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP believes that Wells Fargo’s ongoing overdraft practices continue to be driven by gouging and profiteering off customers.

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    Who Could Qualify for the Wells Fargo Claim Process?

    McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP intends to pursue 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 Wells Fargo 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 Will be the Claim Process? 

    Because Wells Fargo insists in its account agreement and in response to class action lawsuits that all claims must be handled individually in arbitration (private litigation), McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP has decided to take on the huge task of representing a large number of clients as individuals in arbitration.  If you qualify and the law firm takes your case, your claim will be handled by the law firm and will only charge a fee if it is successful in recovering overdraft fees for you. 

    About Us

    McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP, (MWA) 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 MWA 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.

    The Attorneys of McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP