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August 8 2004
A class action lawsuit has been filed against American Express on behalf of cardholders. The suit alleges unfair business practices, claiming that the company has been denying cardholders the 20-day grace period to make payments as stipulated in their agreements, resulting in late payments and subsequent finance charges for many consumers. The suit further charges that the company delays mailing monthly billing statements to account holders so that statements are not received until at least approximately one week after the billing period closes.
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My case is about breach of contract and fraud committed by American Express. I cannot explain my complaint in a succinct manner. I am requesting that you view my video on youtube for the complete story. The video can be found under " American Express is not Invincible." You will see my name ,(Arthur Howard), next to the video.
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