Have you used TD Bank’s coin-counting machines? You may be owed money!

If you’ve used the coin-counting machines of TD Bank, you might be owed money from a class action settlement.

TD Bank eliminated its Penny Arcade coin-counting machines in lender branches after the NBC News investigation a year ago discovered some clients were being shortchanged.

The Penny Arcade has been off with $43 on a deposit at the case.

Anyone who employed the coin-counting machines between April 11, 2010 and July 12, 2017 might be qualified for at least 26 cents a 100 exchanged, based on PennyArcadeSettlement.com.

TD Bank has denied any wrongdoing but agreed to settle the situation, which has not been finalized.

If it’s accepted by the court they employed their settlement payment will be received by the Penny Arcade automatically.

Are those who didn’t have a TD Bank consideration once the transactions were left by them.

The last approval hearing for this proposed settlement will not take place until January 2018. Read more and document a claim by October 27 in PennyArcadeSettlement.com.

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