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In the same month that Navy Federal Credit Union was looking to settle a member’s class action lawsuit over its non-sufficient funds fee, another member filed a class action lawsuit disputing the credit union’s international service assessment fees.

Siobhan Morrow of San Diego, Calif., filed a class action complaint on Aug. 21, 2020 alleging that Navy Federal unlawfully charged her a 1% international transaction fee when she bought a product from an overseas retailer using her checking account. While Navy Federal charges members a 1% International Service Assessment Fee for purchases made overseas, the issue is that Morrow bought the product while she was at her San Diego home, and she did not know the merchant was based in Cyprus.

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