Another proposed class action lawsuit has been added to the slew of ongoing litigation against Capital One over a recent data breach that reportedly affected over 100 million credit card applicants.
Not long after Capital One’s data breach announcement, the bank found itself facing the first lawsuits in what could play out to be a tidal wave of potential class action litigation.
A lawsuit claims that Capital One Bank fails to disclose that all new credit card purchases may be subject to interest if any previous balance was not paid in full.
A lawsuit alleges that Forster & Garbus and Capital One Bank use false affidavits of service in order to obtain default judgments against debtors.
Capital One Bank USA, N.A. has been accused in a proposed class action of unlawfully recording cell phone conversations without consumers’ prior knowledge or consent.
From Wisconsin comes a proposed class action against Capital One Bank (USA), N.A. alleging it violated the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).