Welcome to the Alaska USA Federal Credit Union Settlement Website

If you have or had an account with Alaska USA Federal Credit Union and you were charged certain Retry Fees between November 1, 2016, and September 30, 2019, you may be entitled to a payment from a class action settlement.

The primary purpose of this Settlement Website is to inform you of the Settlement with Alaska USA Federal Credit Union. This Settlement Website explains the Lawsuit, the Settlement, your legal rights under the Settlement, what benefits are included in the Settlement, who is eligible for the proposed settlement benefits, and how the settlement benefits can be obtained.

If you have any questions after reading this website, you should contact lead counsel or the Settlement Administrator. Please do not call or write the court.

Please read this website carefully and in its entirety. You may be a member of the Settlement Class, as described in FAQ 1, and your rights may be affected by this pending class action lawsuit. This website advises you of your options regarding the class action and the Settlement.


Important Information About Your Rights:

You may be a member of the Settlement Class in Christine Coleman v. Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, in which Plaintiff alleges that Defendant Alaska USA Federal Credit Union (“Defendant”) improperly assessed Non-Sufficient Funds Fees between November 1, 2016, and September 30, 2019, for Automated Clearing House (ACH) and check transactions that were resubmitted by a merchant after being rejected for insufficient funds (“Retry Fees”).

Do Nothing You may be entitled to receive a payment or forgiveness of Retry Fees according to the terms of this Settlement.
Exclude Yourself from the Settlement

The deadline to exclude yourself is October 18, 2021. More detailed information can be found in FAQ 15 and FAQ 16.

If you exclude yourself from this Settlement, you will not be eligible for any benefits from this Settlement.

Object to the Settlement

The deadline to object to this Settlement is October 18, 2021. More detailed information can be found in FAQ 17.

If you object to this Settlement, you will still be eligible for benefits from this Settlement if you remain in the Settlement Class.