If you have used the coin-counting machine from TD Bank, you could be owed money from a current class action settlement.

After a NBC News investigation, many TD Banks have removed their Penny Arcade coin-counting machines from their bank branches. The networks investigation showed that some customers were coming up short on their returns from the machines.

According to information on PennyArcadeSettlement.com, if you or someone you know used one of TD Bank's Penny Arcade coin-counting machines between April 11, 2010 through July 12, 2017, you could be entitled to at least .26-cents per $100 exchanged.

According to clark.com, TD bank has denied any wrongdoing but agreed to settle the case, which hasn't been finalized yet.

If you used their coin-counting machine, but do not have an account with the bank, you'll need to fill out a claim here.

Those who had a TD Bank account during the dates of the alleged violation, will automatically receive funds, once the courts approve the case, either by check or credit.

The final approval of the settlement isn't scheduled to come to fruition until January 2018.