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United Airlines, JPMorgan Chase Credit Card $125 Credit Promise Class Action

United Airlines has put out a credit card with issuer JPMorgan Chase. This class action sues United Airlines, Inc., United Airlines Holdings, Inc., JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA, and JPMorgan Chase & Co., alleging that cardholders were told they would receive a $125 credit on certain charges on the card but did not.  Read more

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GE Capital Bankruptcy Settlement

GE Capital Consumer Lending, Inc. and GE Capital Retail Bank (GECRB, formerly known as GE Money Bank, now known as Synchrony Bank) is paying more than $8 million to settle a class action, brought on behalf of people who discharged their debs to it via a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The complaint alleged that GECRB did  Read more

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Fort Lauderdale Airport Parking Garage Receipts Settlement

SP Plus Corporation, HUB Parking Technology USA, Inc., and Broward County, Florida are settling a class action about receipts from parking garages at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The complaint alleged that the parking garages printed more payment card information than legally allowed on printed receipts during certain time periods.  Read more

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Bank of America Credit Card eBill AutoPay Settlement

Bank of America, NA is settling a class action alleging that it offered confusing payment options for its eBill AutoPay credit card payment program. The complaint alleged that the “Amount Due” option was confusing because it paid only the minimum amount due and not the full amount due, so that customers ended up maintaining a  Read more

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Mastercard Foreign Exchange Rates Imposed on Cardholders Class Action

Mastercard, Inc. and Mastercard International, Inc. are known throughout the world for their electronic payment network, which processes payments made with Mastercard-brand debit, credit, and prepaid cards. Many US consumers buy goods in other countries and pay for them with their Mastercards. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the rates Mastercard charges  Read more

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Visa Foreign Exchange Rates Imposed on Cardholders Class Action

Visa, Inc., Visa USA, Inc., and Visa International Service Association are best known for their worldwide VisaNet electronic payments network, which processes payments made with Visa-brand debit, credit, and prepaid cards. These cards are often accepted by retailers in other countries, so that many US consumers can buy goods in other countries and pay with  Read more

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TD Bank Visa Credit Cards Foreign Exchange Rates Class Action

Consumers across the US can use the Internet to buy products from foreign countries. But the complaint for this class action alleges TD Bank, NA violates its Visa credit card agreements in the foreign exchange rates it charges customers on their overseas purchases. The complaint claims that TD Bank does not charge customers the promised  Read more

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JPMorgan Chase Bank Visa, Mastercard Foreign Exchange Rates Class Action

Consumers can now use credit cards to buy things all over the world, thanks to the Internet. However, the complaint for this class action claims that JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA violates its agreements by charging customers excessive or fictitious exchange rates. The complaint alleges that Chase does not charge the promised rate, or charges even  Read more

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Bank of America Visa, Mastercard Foreign Exchange Rates Class Action

The Internet has enabled US consumers to buy from foreign companies, using their US-based Visa and Mastercard credit or debit cards. But the complaint for this class action alleges Bank of America, NA violates its agreements in the foreign exchange rates it charges customers on their overseas purchases. The complaint claims that BOA does not  Read more

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Capital One Reason for Cancellation of Credit Card ECOA Class Action

Under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), companies that provide credit are supposed to give customers written notices containing the reasons they’ve taken adverse actions against the customers in a credit transaction. The complaint for this transaction alleges that Capital One Bank (USA), NA did not do this when it closed a customer’s credit card  Read more

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