Target Cardholders Ink $8M Deceptive Marketing Deal

Law360 (June 19, 2019, 10:00 PM EDT) -- A proposed class of Target debit card holders asked a California federal judge on Wednesday to sign off on an $8.2 million deal resolving claims that the retail giant deceptively marketed its store debit card, causing customers to incur fees when the card did not operate as a traditional debit card.

Target Corp. has agreed to pay $5 million in cash as well as to a debt reduction of about $3.2 million, for a total of $8.2 million, to all Target debit card holders in the U.S. who have incurred at least one returned payment fee between June 29, 2012 and...

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