Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canadian Class Action Lawsuit Filed against TD Bank's Coin-Counting Machines

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canadian Class Action Lawsuit Filed against TD Bank's Coin-Counting Machines

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Canadian suit filed against TD coin machines

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TORONTO - A Canadian class-action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of people who have allegedly been short-changed by TD Bank coin-counting machines over a three-year period.

The suit alleges that the bank had learned of numerous accuracy problems with its coin-counting machines in the United States, but still proceeded with a national rollout of the machines across Canada in January 2013.

The plaintiff in the case is a Kitchener, Ont. woman named Lisa Ram, who says she counted and sorted her coins before she deposited them in a TD Bank coin-counting machine in the city.

Ram says she had a total of $854.25, but was not credited for $159.50 after depositing the coins.

She alleges that she complained to TD Bank, but they failed to remedy the situation.

The allegations have not been proven in court. …

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