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Capital one to refund consumers who had credit protection

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Capital one to refund consumers who had credit protection

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Re: Capital one to refund consumers who had credit protection

I recently received notification of a class action lawsuit about the same thing with HSBC cards. I think the refund amount was between $15 and $40 dollars depending on the terms of your account. It was for cards earlier than 2010 though. Glad to see the new bureau getting something done. I wasn't always as educated about finance products and services as I am after being a forum member for a while.

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Re: Capital one to refund consumers who had credit protection

I also got the post card on HSBC, but no money yet

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Re: Capital one to refund consumers who had credit protection


john398 wrote:

I also got the post card on HSBC, but no money yet


I got the same card...referencing an old C/O'd Orchard account. I don't remember if I even paid for the credit protection to be honest...

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