Welcome to the Abramson v. Affinity Federal Credit Union Settlement Website.

If you have or had a checking account with Affinity Federal Credit Union and you were charged certain Retry NSF Fees between September 23, 2014, and December 31, 2021, you may be entitled to a payment from a class action settlement.

The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey has authorized this website and the Notice; they are not solicitations from a lawyer.

Read this website and the Notice fully and carefully; the proposed Settlement may affect your rights!

Summary of Your Options and the Legal Effect of Each Option
Object to the Settlement

You can file an objection with the Court explaining why you believe the Court should reject the Settlement. If your objection is overruled by the Court, you may receive a payment and you will not be able to sue Defendant for the claims asserted in this litigation. If the Court agrees with your objection, the Settlement may not be approved.

Exclude Yourself from the Settlement; Receive No Payment but Release No Claims

You can choose to exclude yourself from the Settlement or “opt out.” This means you choose not to participate in the Settlement. You will keep your individual claims against Defendant but you will not receive a payment for Retry NSF Fees. If you exclude yourself from the Settlement but want to recover against Defendant, you will have to file a separate lawsuit or claim.

Do Nothing

If you don’t do anything, you will receive a payment from the Settlement Fund so long as you do not opt out of or exclude yourself from the Settlement.

These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—along with the material terms of the settlement are explained on this website and in the Notice.