Hudson Valley Overdraft Lawsuit Investigation
Our attorneys are pursuing an overdraft fees lawsuit investigation concerning allegations that Hudson Valley may be charging overdraft or NSF fees in an unlawful manner.
Hudson charge you for overdrafts?
These charges may have been unlawful. Contact us for a free consultation.
Hudson Valley Overdraft and NSF Fees
Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union, according to its fee schedule, assesses the following charges:
- overdraft from checking/debit ($34)
- overdraft from savings ($5)
- insufficient funds (NSF)/returned item fee ($34).
If you overdraw your account and have not opted for overdraft protection, the transaction will generally bounce and you will be charged a non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee, also sometimes called a “returned item fee.”
If you have overdraft protection, the transaction may be approved, but you will be charged an overdraft fee.
Some courts have found that these fees, depending on how they are assessed, may be unlawful. Contact us to learn more.
Our Overdraft Fee Attorneys
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