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Some TCF Bank Customers Report Issues Accessing Deposits

Some TCF Bank Customers Report Issues Accessing Deposits

Some TCF Bank customers woke up Monday to find their accounts contained less money than they should have after the bank experienced what it calls “processing delays.”  [More]

CFPB Says TCF Bank Made Millions From Misleading Overdraft Practices

CFPB Says TCF Bank Made Millions From Misleading Overdraft Practices

Fifteen months after Minnesota-based TCF Financial revealed it could face legal action from federal regulators related to alleged unfair and deceptive overdraft practices, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has finally taken legal action against the bank. [More]

Fees Turn Teenager's $4.85 Savings Account Into A $229.10 Debt

Fees Turn Teenager's $4.85 Savings Account Into A $229.10 Debt

A lesson on fiscal responsibility for one teen turned into a tale of caution, after a maintenance fee over-drafted his account, triggering a deluge of other fees and ultimately putting him over $200 in the hole.

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TCF Bank Adds New $28 Daily Overdrawn Balance Fee

TCF Bank Adds New $28 Daily Overdrawn Balance Fee

Reader Jeff used to intentionally overdraw his bank account in order to have enough money to feed his family and gas the car. At $35 a pop, that’s a pretty cheap loan. But now that’s not going to be a viable option because TCF Bank has started to assess him a daily fee of $28 if his account is overdrawn by $5 or more.

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TCF Bank Figures Out How To Close $.05 Account

TCF Bank Figures Out How To Close $.05 Account

After reader DFCL’s story about how TCF Bank wouldn’t close his checking account with $.05 left in it, preferring to charge $149 in fees instead, went up on Consumerist, something good happened.

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TCF Bank Won't Close $.05 Account, Prefers To Charge $149 In Fees

TCF Bank Won't Close $.05 Account, Prefers To Charge $149 In Fees

Reader DFCL says that he asked TCF Bank to close his account back in April as it only had a $.05 balance. Now it’s June, his account is still open, and he’s in collections for $149 in fees. Some very exciting things happened between those two points, including him offering to donate $500 to charity if they waived his fees. They declined his offer.

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