... has obtained $140 of my hard-earned money through some really shady looking tactics. When I ask them to explain just how it is that Tuesday night, with pending transactions, I have a balance of $190 and then Wednesday morning with no new transactions I am then overdrafted, they have lots of hand-waving and mixed-around dates about the order that transactions occurred in that do not in any way match the display in online banking. They have a definition of "done" and "posted" that not only don't apply to the transactions I'm looking at, but apply differently to credits than they do debits. If they're going to hold me accountable to a series of events, I need to be able to see them. It's not ethical, and not very likely legal, to show me one thing and then penalize me for something different.
They won't refund the overdraft fees.
If there's another class-action suit, I am definitely in.