Did You Take Advantage of Capital One's 0% APR Access Check Offer?

October 11, 2013

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects
Capital One credit card holders who accepted the company's 0% APR "Access Check" offer.
Damages
Consumers may be able to recover compensation for money acquired by Capital One through its alleged bait and switch scheme in operating its "Access Checks" program, in addition to other damages.
Company(ies)
Capital One Bank (USA) N.A.
Additional Details
Capital One offered customers three different options for taking advantage of the 0% APR Access Checks offer. Consumers could write themselves a check, transfer balances or make a purchase at an APR of 0% for 12 months through use of the company's "Access Checks."
Date
Capital One offered customers "a chance to save for 12 months" by allowing them to borrow money on their credit cards at 0% APR through the issue of its "Access Checks."
Type of Lawsuit
Class Action