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June 13, 2013 / Steven Soliman

Capital One Faces Class Action For “Best Buy Reward Zone” Credit Cards

Capital One Bank is on the other side of a class action filed by customers who claim the bank defrauded them by falsely claiming that its Best Buy Reward Zone credit cards had no annual fee.

California resident, John Graham, filed the lawsuit after he allegedly applied for a “no annual fee” Best Buy Reward Zone credit card from Capital One, but was instead issued a credit card with a $39 annual fee. According to the complaint, disclosures for the credit card clearly stated: “Annual Fee: NONE.” As a result, the complaint alleges violations of the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), unfair business practices, and fraud, and six other claims.

The class action lawsuit is being brought on behalf of all U.S. residents nationwide, and seeks anyone who submitted a Best Buy Reward Zone Credit Card application that contained a promise of “no annual fees” but who later received a Capital One credit card with an annual fee from May 8, 2011 to the present.  The lawsuit, titled John Graham v. Capital One Bank, was filed in California federal court.

If you or someone who know has been the victim of fraud or other unfair business practices, please contact Khorrami Boucher Sumner Sanguinetti, LLP for a private consultation.


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