Military Lending Act Lawsuits

May 15, 2020 Last Updated on June 26, 2020

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who took out a loan within the last two years as an active duty military service member or their dependent, such as a spouse, child or dependent parent. Mortgage loans are not included for the purposes of this investigation.
What’s Going On?
A federal law known as the Military Lending Act requires lenders to provide certain benefits to members of the military and their families. Attorneys working with are now investigating whether some lenders are violating this law and, if so, whether class action lawsuits can be filed.
What You Can Do
If you took out a loan as an active military service member or dependent within the last two years, fill out the form on this page. Attorneys working with are willing to review your loan documents, free of charge, to determine whether you were subject to any potential violations.
What’s the Catch?
There is none. Attorneys working with have reason to believe some lenders are intentionally targeting military families with high-interest loans and other unlawful lending practices – and they need your help in identifying which companies are breaking the law.
What Could I Get in Return?
If your lender is violating the law, you may be able to file a lawsuit to have the loan voided and receive a full or partial refund of at least $500, plus additional damages.

The information submitted on this page will be forwarded to Berger Montague who has sponsored this investigation.

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