Important: Have you received overdraft or insufficient funds (NSF) fees from one of the following banks?

  • Arizona Bank & Trust
  • Bank of Blue Valley
  • Citywide Banks
  • FirstBank & Trust
  • New Mexico Bank & Trust

If so, please contact us as soon as possible. Our consumer protection attorneys are working to hold all these banks accountable with a class action lawsuit to recover excessive overdraft and NSF fees for their customers. Recently, we filed a lawsuit against the parent company of these banks, Heartland Financial USA.

We are seeking one more customer from these banks to come forward, to help recover fees for all affected customers.

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Arizona Bank & Trust Overdraft and NSF fees

Arizona Bank & Trust, which operates in the Phoenix area, lists the following overdraft fees on its fee schedule:

  • overdraft or nonsufficient funds fee of $35
  • returned item fee of $35 per item, per presentment
  • overdraft transfer fee (from a deposit account) of $10

Depending on how these fees are assessed, these fees may be illegal. Our attorneys can evaluate your Arizona Bank & Trust fees, for free.

Bank of Blue Valley Overdraft and NSF fees

Bank of Blue Valley, which operates branches mostly in the Kansas City area, charges the following overdraft fees:

  • overdraft or nonsufficient funds fee of $35
  • returned item fee of $35 per item, per presentment
  • overdraft transfer fee (from a deposit account) of $10

Some of these fees may be excessive. Contact our consumer protection attorney for a free consultation.

Citywide Banks Overdraft and NSF fees

Citywide Banks serves the state of Colorado and has posted these overdraft fees on its website:

  • overdraft or nonsufficient funds fee of $35
  • returned item fee of $35 per item, per presentment
  • overdraft transfer fee (from a deposit account) of $10

According to some court rulings, these charges may be illicit. Contact our law firm to learn more.

FirstBank & Trust Overdraft and NSF fees

FirstBank & Trust, headquartered in Lubbock, TX, lists the following overdraft fees on its website:

  • overdraft or nonsufficient funds fee of $35
  • returned item fee of $35 per item, per presentment
  • overdraft transfer fee (from a deposit account) of $10

Depending on how these fees are assessed, they may be against the law. Our attorneys can evaluate your FirstBank & Trust fees, for free.

New Mexico Bank & Trust Overdraft and NSF fees

New Mexico Bank & Trust, which operates over a dozen branches in New Mexico, says it charges the following types of overdraft fees:

  • overdraft or nonsufficient funds fee of $35
  • returned item fee of $35 per item, per presentment
  • overdraft transfer fee (from a deposit account) of $10

Some courts have found that these fees, depending on how they are assessed, may be unlawful. Contact us to learn more.

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Our Overdraft Fee Attorneys

Dylan Hughes

Dylan Hughes concentrates his practice on investigating and prosecuting fraud matters on behalf of whistleblowers, consumers and employees harmed by corporate misconduct.
David Berger

David Berger

David Berger represents consumers in class actions with a special emphasis on data breach, privacy, and financial services litigation. He has represented data breach victims in some of the largest and most influential privacy cases.

Aaron Blumenthal

Aaron Blumenthal represents consumers, employees, and whistleblowers in class action and other complex litigation.
Tayler Walters

Tayler Walters

Tayler Walters works with consumers in class action lawsuits to combat unfair business practices by corporations.

About Us

Gibbs Law Group is a California-based law firm committed to protecting the rights of clients nationwide who have been harmed by corporate misconduct. We represent individuals, whistleblowers, employees, and small businesses across the U.S. against the world’s largest corporations. Our award-winning lawyers have achieved landmark recoveries and over a billion dollars for our clients in high-stakes class action and individual cases involving consumer protection, data breach, digital privacy, and federal and California employment lawsuits. Our attorneys have received numerous honors for their work, including “Top Plaintiff Lawyers in California,” “Top Class Action Attorneys Under 40,” “Consumer Protection MVP,” “Best Lawyers in America,” and “Top Cybersecurity/ Privacy Attorneys Under 40.”