Increased Balance Transfers

A credit card issuer offered customers a "fixed" rate on balance transfers stating the rate would not increase as long as all of the customer's payments were on time. After the customer accepted the offer and transferred one or more credit card balances, the card issuer raised its rates even though all of the customer's payments were timely. Malakoff Doyle & Finberg, P.C., a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania law firm, is currently investigating a possible class action against the credit card issuer for failing to disclose that the "fixed" rate could increase even if the customer's payments were not delinquent.[1]

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[1] Malakoff Doyle & Finberg, P.C.'s attorneys are licenced to practice in Pennsylvania. The firm regularly asserts claims on behalf of persons in other jurisdictions. When it does, it only proceeds after associating with attorneys licensed to practice in that jurisdiction and with the permission of the applicable court.

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