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April 24, 2014 / Brandon Brouillette

Chase Freedom Card False Advertising Investigation

The law offices of Khorrami Boucher Sumner Sanguinetti, LLP are investigating allegations of false advertising made by Chase Bank USA in relation to marketing and advertising the Chase Freedom Card credit card.

In marketing and advertising the Chase Freedom Card, Chase Bank USA allegedly promised consumers a reward of 20,000 points if they opened a new Chase Freedom Card account and made $500 in purchases within three months of opening their account. The 20,000 points could then be redeemed for $200 bonus. However, several consumers have reported that despite holding up their end of the bargain by applying for a new Chase Freedom Card account and making $500 worth of purchases in the ensuing three months, Chase Bank USA only issued 10,000 points, which could only be redeemed for $100, or half of the Chase Freedom Card’s advertised limited time bonus.

If you are a Chase Bank USA customer that opened up a new Chase Freedom Card account during their 20,000 point promotion and did not receive the 20,000 points or $200 promised, then you may be entitled to relief. Please contact the law offices of Khorrami Boucher, LLP for a free consultation.

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