Washington Federal (WaFd) Bank Overdraft Lawsuit Investigation
Big banks like WaFd Bank (formerly known as Washington Federal Bank) charged a record $30 billion in overdraft fees in 2020 alone. Research shows these fees are overwhelmingly paid by low-income earners who were hit hardest by the COVID pandemic.
Our consumer protection attorneys are pursuing an overdraft fee lawsuit investigation against Washington Federal Bank. If you bank with WaFd Bank and have experienced any of these fees, contact our firm:
- Overdraft Fees
- Insufficient funds (NSF) fees
- Intrabank transaction fees
- Foreign transaction fees
- ATM fees
Some of these fees may have been illegal, and it may be possible to recover them. Our attorneys can help with a free review of your fees.
WaFd charge you overdraft fees?
You may have a claim. Contact us to learn more.
WaFd Bank Overdraft and NSF Fees
Washington Federal Bank, headquartered in Seattle, charges the following fees:
- $30 Insufficient Funds fee, per item
- $5 Overdraft Transfer fee per occurrence
If you’ve been hit with these fees, you may have a claim. Contact us to learn more.
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