Military Lending Act Lawsuits: Did Your Tax Refund Advance Contain Illegal Loan Terms?

Last Updated on March 18, 2024

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who took out a tax refund loan from TurboTax, Jackson Hewitt or H&R Block as an active-duty service member or their dependent (i.e., spouse) within the past five years.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys working with are investigating whether these companies violated a federal law known as the Military Lending Act when extending tax refund advances to service members and their spouses. It’s possible that the loans contained illegal terms – and should have never been offered in the first place – and that class action lawsuits could be filed as a result.
How Could a Class Action Lawsuit Help?
A class action lawsuit could force the companies to stop selling potentially illegal loan products to military families and allow affected consumers to recover some of the money they paid back as part of their loans.
What You Can Do
If you or your spouse was an active-duty service member at the time you received a tax refund advance from TurboTax, Jackson Hewitt or H&R Block, fill out the form on this page. You may be able to help get a class action lawsuit started.

The information submitted on this page will be forwarded to Milberg Coleman Bryson Phillips Grossman, PLLC who has sponsored this investigation.

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