Our attorneys are investigating overdraft fees lawsuits against banks owned by Heartland Financial USA, Inc.—including New Mexico Bank & Trust, Wisconsin Banks & Trust, and Citywide Banks—for allegedly charging customers excessive overdraft or insufficient funds (NSF) fees.

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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.

Wisconsin Bank & Trust Overdraft and NSF fees

Wisconsin Bank & Trust 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 Wisconsin Bank & Trust fees, for free.

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.

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