TD Bank’s Secured Credit Cards

Case Name
(Date)
Campagna et al v. TD Bank, N.A.
20-cv-18533, D.N.J.
(Dec. 2020)
Product/Service Secured Credit Cards
(credit cards that require cardholders to have money in a savings account that is held as collateral)
Allegations Falsely representing that customers who keep their secured credit cards in good standing for seven months can graduate to an unsecured credit card, which would let them control the funds previously held as collateral and get other benefits
Status Pending
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