American Express Hit With Deceptive Marketing Bill

Consumerist, Monday, December 30, 2013 8 AM
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which last year made Amex pay $112.5 million for business practice malfeasance, is adding another $70 million to the bill, including $59.5 million in refunds to customers. At issue this time is deceptive marketing of “add-on” products for Amex’s credit cards. These include things like payment protection and credit monitoring services.

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