The drop-down list includes credit card issuers who have submitted credit card agreements under Section 204 of the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act (CARD Act) of 2009. If you can`t find a card issuer, this may be the case: if you have questions about the agreements yourself, contact the card issuer directly. The agreements to be put in place contain general terms, prices and information on fees. They are not specific to a person`s account information. If none of these reasons are correct and you still can`t reach an agreement, call them to ask for a copy of your contract. Under federal law, your credit card issuer is required to provide a copy of your contract upon request. We include consumer credit card agreements in this database, as the respective issuers have submitted. The GFPB is not responsible for the content of the agreements, including any discrepancies between an agreement as presented in the database and the agreement, as proposed to the public, or omissions or other errors in the agreement, as presented by the issuer. Look on the back of the credit card or check your latest monthly payment to find the exhibitor`s name. The bank, retailer or any other organization whose name appears on the front of the card may not be the real issuer of the card. You can also check the issuer`s website; As a general rule, the bank`s name is shown at the bottom of the issuer`s home page.

The CARD Act is often referred to as the “Bill of Rights” for credit card holders. President Obama signed the law in May 2009. Many of the main provisions of the Act came into force in February 2010. We will forward your problem to your credit card company, give you a follow-up number and keep you informed of the status of your complaint. Note: Foreign issuers are exposed to currency risks. Customers are not protected from exchange rate fluctuations by FDIC insurance or any other insurance or warranty program. Deposit Accounts with Non-U.S. Companies Financial institutions offered by U.S. Bank are not U.S. bank deposits and are not insured by the FDIC or guaranteed by a government agency or public authority or the U.S. bank.

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