Umpqua Bank Overdraft Class Action Settlement
You are a class member if you (1) had one or more Umpqua Bank consumer checking accounts that could be accessed with a debit card between Jan. 1, 2006 and Oct. 15, 2010 and (2) incurred an overdraft fee as a result of Umpqua Bank’s practice of posting debit card transaction in order from the highest to lowest dollar amount.
In order to qualify for benefits from the Umpqua Bank class action settlement, you must have had two or more overdraft fees assessed on one or more days during the Class Period. If your account was closed with a negative balance and the amount of benefits that would otherwise be provided for in the Umpqua Bank settlement would be insufficient to make the balance in your account positive, you will not be entitled to benefits.
Awards are based on the amount of overdraft fees charged as a result of the order in which the bank posted your transactions
Proof of Purchase
There is no claim form associated with this class action. If you are a member you will receive a check in the mail. If you don’t contact the class action administrator at info@UmpquaBankOverdraftSettlement.com
Hawthorne, et al. v. Umpqua Bank,
Case No. 3:11-cv-06700-JST
District Court for the Northern District of California
This class action alleges that bank manipulated the order in which it posted debit card transactions to customer accounts were posted in order to increase overdraft fees
Umpqua Bank Overdraft Fee Litigation
P.O. Box 3757
Portland, OR 97208-3757