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Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. Abusive Overdraft Fees Class Action Lawsuit

Consumers have filed a nationwide class action lawsuit against Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. for the alleged unfair and illegal assessment and collection of excessive overdraft fees.

Bank of Oklahoma, N.A.'s Alleged Fraud

The complaint charges that Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. does not record charges and purchases on ATM or debit cards in the order they actually occurred. Instead, Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. reorders the charges and purchases so that the largest charge or purchase is the first one paid by the bank. This manipulative practice is intentionally designed, the complaints allege, to maximize overdraft fee revenue.

Bank of Oklahoma, N.A.'s overdraft fee collection practices have impacted millions of Americans. In many instances, the overdraft fees cost customers hundreds of dollars in a matter of days, or even hours, when they may be overdrawn by only a few dollars. A series of small transactions over a weekend can result in hundreds of dollars in bank charges.

Case Update

On September 13, 2012, the Court granted final approval to a settlement of $19 million. Complete information on the Bank of Oklahoma overdraft settlement can be obtained on the official settlement website, www.bokfoverdraftsettlement.com, or by calling 1-877- 752-5534.



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