Sunflower Bank Overdraft Lawsuit Investigation
Big banks like Sunflower Bank have continued to saddle customers with overdraft fees during the COVID pandemic. On June 10, 2021, Gibbs Law Group filed a class action lawsuit against Sunflower Bank for allegedly charging excessive insufficient funds (NSF) fees and overdraft (OD) fees.
We are still interested in speaking to people who have experienced related issues from Sunflower Bank (known in some states as First National 1870), including improper intra-bank transfer fees, foreign transaction fees and ATM fees. If you believe that you may have incurred any of these fees, please reach out to our attorneys and we will review your potential claim.
Sunflower Bank charge you fees for intra-bank transfers or foreign transactions?
These may have been improper. Contact one of our attorneys to learn more.
Sunflower Bank Overdraft and NSF Fees
Sunflower Bank, headquartered in Denver, CO, charges the following fees:
- A $36 fee for overdrafts caused by checks and automatic bill pay
- A $32.40 fee for overdrafts on “Spend & Sign & Save” and “Spend & Sign” checking accounts
- An unspecified transfer fee if you opt into their Overdraft Transfer service
There is no daily limit on how many overdraft fees Sunflower Bank can charge you.
Depending on how these fees are assessed, they may be illegal. Contact us to learn more.
First National 1870 Overdraft and NSF Fees
Sunflower Bank also operates under the following names in New Mexico and parts of Texas:
- First National 1870
- First National Rio Grande
- First National Santa Fe
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