Class Action

Wright-Patt Credit Union’s Fees

Class Action

Wright-Patt Credit Union’s Fees

In May 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Wright-Patt Credit Union for allegedly misleadingly representing that consumers will only be charged one non-sufficient fund fee on a single transaction when, according to plaintiffs, the credit union regularly charges multiple non-sufficient funds fees on a single transaction. The complaint also claims that the credit union fails to adequately disclose that there are situations when a consumer will be charged multiple out-of-network fees for a single transaction on an ATM that is not a Wright-Patt Credit Union ATM. (Qualls et al v. Wright-Patt Credit Union, Inc., Case No. 19-cv-1965, S. D. OH.)

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