How do I go about suing a company for letting someone use my bank card for over $400 without checking for photo identification?

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How do I go about suing a company for letting someone use my bank card for over $400 without checking for photo identification?

Asked on October 1, 2012 under Bankruptcy Law, Pennsylvania

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

Rather than suing the company that allowed someone to use your bank card improperly I suggest that you simply contact the lending institution immediately that you pay on the bank card and contest the charges based upon fraudulemt use of it. Send a confirming e mail to its representative. Such is the customary way of contesting the illegal use of a bank card.

 


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