Client Arbitrations Against PNC Bank for Unfair Overdraft Fees
Clients could reclaim their fees (and more) through arbitration
Client Arbitrations Against PNC Bank for Unfair Overdraft and NSF (Non-Sufficient Fund) Fees
Shamis & Gentile, P.A. is accepting qualified clients to bring claims against PNC bank for their allegedly unfair overdraft and NSF (Non-Sufficient Fund) practices which have cost customers millions of dollars. If you are a PNC bank customer who has been charged an overdraft fee within the past four years, see if you qualify to arbitrate.
You do not pay. All attorney fees will be collected from PNC in winning cases.
Qualify quickly and easily by submitting your most recent account statement showing the eligible fees. Our team will inform you if your charges are eligible to be reclaimed in arbitration.
Overdraft Fees Most Impact Those Least Able to Afford Them
Major banks including PNC rely heavily on overdraft fees for revenue. According to Consumer Finance, estimated overdraft fee revenues totaled $15.47 billion in 2019 alone. PNC and other major banks prey on their most vulnerable customers that are already struggling to make ends meet in order to increase profits for their shareholders. Shamis Gentile simply cannot stand for this kind of predatory behavior that targets the average American. We will fight for you to reclaim your fees.
PNC Bank Unfair Overdraft Fee Investigation
Shamis & Gentile, P.A. is accepting cases against PNC bank for their allegedly unfair overdraft and NSF practices.
PNC bank is a multi-billion-dollar company sporting nearly 3,000 branches and over 9,000 ATMs nationwide. In June 2021, PNC bank acquired BBVA, another large banking chain operating mainly in the Southwestern United States. Customers who previously banked with BBVA are now PNC customers. However, with the transition, many legacy BBVA customers may not have received adequate disclosure of PNC’s (or BBVA’s in previous years) overdraft practices.
Additionally, PNC customers without the bank’s Virtual Wallet and Low Cash Mode enabled could be suffering from allegedly unfair overdraft fees. Shamis Gentile believes PNC bank should be responsible for offering complete transparency about their overdraft practices to all customers – both old and new – and that customers using special PNC products shouldn’t have more protection from overdraft fees than those that don’t.
Shamis & Gentile, P.A. is pursuing cases on behalf of customers who have been unfairly and illegally charged overdraft and NSF fees. You may be qualified to join this arbitration investigation. If your case is signed with Shamis Gentile, our firm will represent you in the arbitration hearings at no charge to you. If you lose, you pay nothing. If you win, our firm collects relevant fees from PNC bank.
PNC Bank Unfair Overdraft Fee FAQ’s
Who Can Make Claims Against PNC Bank?
- You are a current PNC bank customer who does not have PNC’s Virtual Wallet with Low Cash Mode enabled.
- You have been charged an overdraft fee on a debit card purchase at least once in the past year.
How Does an Arbitration Work?
Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution outside the courtroom. An arbitrator decides the result much like a judge, but the proceedings are private. It has, unfortunately, become common practice for banks to include arbitration clauses in their agreement paperwork in order to avoid public class actions that can bring bad press and hold them accountable in court. Agreeing to these clauses forces customers to seek a resolution with the bank out of court. Banks expect that arbitration will discourage customers from seeking further action.
About Shamis & Gentile
Shamis & Gentile, P.A. has and continues to provide outstanding legal services in the Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Arizona, Illinois, New York and Texas communities. Our seasoned attorneys are some of the most innovative and progressive attorneys in the profession. Shamis & Gentile, P.A. has the resources, infrastructure and staff to successfully represent large putative classes. The attorneys and staff are not simply litigators, but directors of creating successful results with the ultimate level of satisfaction by the clients.