• Report: #1046858

Complaint Review: Coastal Commerce Bank

  • Submitted: Sun, April 28, 2013
  • Updated: Wed, May 01, 2013

  • Reported By: DM — Chauvin Louisiana
Coastal Commerce Bank
1300 W. Tunnel Blvd. Houma, Louisiana United States of America

Coastal Commerce Bank Steals money using fees Houma, Louisiana

*Consumer Comment: It's a risk

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This bank rips you off by charging overdrafts on items that come up for clearing on the same day and ACH deposit is already credited as a memo.

They will charge a $30 fee for each transaction that happens each day, which is understood. Even larger banks do this but limit it to only a certin amount per banking day. Not this bank they will charge you for everything.


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#1 Consumer Comment

It's a risk

AUTHOR: coast - ()

You will always risk the possibility of an overdraft fee when you authorize transactions against unavailable funds. You many want to consider depositing funds into the account prior to authorizing transactions.

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