Overdraft Fee Class Action Litigation

Are You a Victim of Fraudulent Overdraft Charges?

Jenner Law, with our trusted litigation partners, has filed a lawsuit against Andrews Federal Credit Union, and is investigating several other Maryland banks in bank fee lawsuits involving alleged improper fees related to overdraft transactions. The investigation involves the practice of charging overdraft fees when a checking account was not overdrawn, as well as charging multiple insufficient funds fees on a single transaction.

Banks use overdraft fees as a way to profit when bank customers are the most vulnerable. While some of these overdraft fees are legitimate, many are not. All too often, banks and credit unions play unfair tricks to charge you more in overdraft fees than they should.


We only handle cases on a contingency fee basis—we charge no fees or expenses unless there is a recovery in the case.

If you have questions about the lawsuit filed against Andrews Federal Credit Union or believe you have been charged improper fees by another bank, give us a call.

At Jenner Law, we represent regular people like you against some of the largest companies in the country. Our lawyers have experience litigating class actions against financial institutions, tax preparation companies, health maintenance organizations, automobile insurance companies, natural gas providers, and the like.

In these fraudulent overdraft charge cases, we want to help you get your hard-earned money back. Jenner Law works solely on a contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t get paid unless you do.

If you believe a bank or financial services company has taken advantage of you with respect to its charging overdraft fees, contact us today for a free case consultation by filling out the form below or calling us at 1-888-585-2188.

ROB JENNER was awarded Trial Lawyer of the Year Award in 2009 by the Maryland Association for Justice, as a member of a team of attorneys handling multiple class actions on behalf of Maryland citizens who were members of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) resulting in precedential decisions protecting the citizens of Maryland from retroactive laws and HMO consumers from illegal subrogation claims.