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International Service Assessment Fees at Navy Federal Credit Union

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International Service Assessment Fees at Navy Federal Credit Union

In August 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Navy Federal Credit Union for allegedly misleadingly representing that it assesses International Service Assessment Fees (ISAF) on point-of-sale and ATM transactions made in foreign countries without disclosing that it also charges ISAF fees when consumers who are in the United States use their cards for online transactions with foreign merchants. (Morrow et al v. Navy Federal Credit Union, Case No. 20-cv-1636, S.D. Cal.)

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Foreign Transaction Fees at Navy Federal Credit Union

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Foreign Transaction Fees at Navy Federal Credit Union

Allegations: Misleadingly representing that the credit union only charges Foreign Transaction Fees on transactions made in foreign countries when it also charges such fees on transactions made online in the…

Foreign Transaction Fees at Navy Federal Credit Union

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Foreign Transaction Fees at Navy Federal Credit Union

Allegations: Misleadingly representing that the credit union charges foreign transaction fees on transactions made outside of the United States when it charges such fees on transactions made online in the…


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