Misha told her credit card provider to cancel her card, but the provider kept accepting transactions keeping the account open.
Tony could no longer afford the minimum payments on his credit card, although the lender provided some hardship relief, Tony complained when the hardship relief period ended
A debt collection agency would not give Benjamin an account statement showing payments they had received from him. Was the lender responsible for getting a statement for Benjamin from the collection agency?
A misunderstanding about the meaning of the word ‘credit’ led to confusion about a debt owed
Jake accidentally spilt some paint in his friend’s apartment when he was visiting. Jake agreed to pay for the damage, and later made a claim under his travel insurance policy. Jake’s insurer declined his claim because they didn’t think he was ‘legally liable’ to pay his friend.
When Laaka’s income reduced due to Covid, she struggled paying her credit cards. Was the card issuer right to cancel her cards without telling her?
Unauthorised transactions went undetected because Shyla did not check her account statements. The lender agreed to credit some, but not all, of the transactions.
Thomas can’t understand why he’s still got a $6,000 credit card debt when he’s paid $20,000 over 8 years.
An investigation into fraudulent transactions identified a change in financial circumstances allowing the lender to make enquiries into the ongoing affordability of a credit card limit
A credit card provider accepted Rachel’s chargeback request after she discovered the cruise company she purchased a cruise from was in financial strife. The credit card provider then reversed the chargeback with no warning.