MLG Bank Fraud Lawyers Investigating Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card Over Alleged Unfair and/or Illegal Interest Rate Charges

At McCune Law Group, our track record speaks volumes. With a proven history of securing billions of dollars in restitution for our clients, we’ve made it our mission to hold banks accountable for their deceptive practices. We have obtained a landmark $202 million victory against Wells Fargo, a resounding testament to our unwavering commitment to justice. The Bank Fraud Lawyers of MLG are going after banks that betray the trust of their customers. We are now investigating bringing class action lawsuits and/or individual arbitration cases against credit card companies who surprise their customers with higher rates of interest charges. We are specifically investigating the practices of Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card and the bank that issues it – Wells Fargo Bank for charging high interest rates after promoting a 12.99% interest rate during a promotional period

If you had opened a Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card with a 12.99% interest rate and ended up being charged higher interest for that promotional period, we want to hear from you and we may be able to help you reclaim significant compensation for the loss of your money via a class action lawsuit or an individual arbitration.

If you or a loved one has fallen victim to these potentially illegal and/or unfair interest charges, contact a Financial Services Lawyer from MLG today to determine if you are eligible join a lawsuit or individual arbitration to claim significant compensation. Contact us today completing the form!

Work this to be in a Class Action or Arbitration

It is expected that if we move forward on your case, it will be filed as a class action. It is also expected that Wells Fargo will respond that the credit card agreement does not allow for class action and requires individual arbitration. If that occurs and the Judge agrees with Wells Fargo, we will decide how many customers are interested in moving forward, and if enough are, we will bring arbitration cases.

How Does a Class Action Work?

A class action is a court case filed by several customers who seek to represent all customers similarly affected by the practice, and they do the litigation work for all customers. They often are awarded by the court a service award for this work if the case is successful. This prevents each customer having to bring their own case. It is much more efficient than each customer bringing a court case or arbitration case.

How Does Arbitration Work?

Arbitration is a form of dispute resolution outside the courtroom. An arbitrator decides the result much like a judge, but the proceedings are private. It has, unfortunately, become common practice for banks to include arbitration clauses in their agreement paperwork in order to avoid public class action lawsuits that can bring bad press and hold them accountable in court. Agreeing to these clauses forces customers to seek a resolution with the bank out of court. Banks expect that arbitration will discourage customers from seeking further action. We believe this is unacceptable. MLG will decide if moving forward with arbitration is a suitable path to take in order to recover your compensation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card, and why are customers surprised by higher interest rates?

The Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card is a financial product marketed as offering a competitive 12.99% interest rate during promotional periods. However, many customers have been caught off guard when they discover that their actual interest charges exceed this rate. This surprise stems from undisclosed, or poorly disclosed, terms and conditions that allow for interest rate hikes beyond the advertised rate, leaving cardholders feeling deceived and financially burdened.

McCune Law Group has launched an investigation into the practices surrounding the Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card due to the belief that this practice is unfair. Our firm is committed to holding financial institutions accountable for deceptive practices that harm consumers, and we believe that these actions warrant thorough scrutiny and potential legal action to protect the rights of affected individuals.

Customers who believe they have been adversely affected by the practices surrounding the Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card may have legal options available to them. These options could include participating in class action lawsuits or pursuing individual arbitration cases to seek compensation for financial losses incurred as a result of deceptive or misleading practices. McCune Law Group is committed to assisting affected individuals in exploring their legal rights and pursuing appropriate remedies.

Customers have expressed frustration over unexpected fees and charges associated with the Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card. Some report being lured in by promotional offers boasting low interest rates, only to later discover hidden fees or significantly higher interest rates than initially advertised. This discrepancy has left cardholders feeling misled.

If you are interested in joining a lawsuit or seeking legal advice regarding the Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card issues, you can reach out to us by filling out our form and a specialist will promptly get back to you.

How To Start Your Potential Case

If you are ready to join a class action lawsuit or individual arbitration, you can depend on the attorneys at MLG. Our team is a reliable ally that will represent you and pursue maximum compensation. If you ready to start, here is how:

  1. Fill Out the Form: Once you have submitted the contact form, a representative from McCune Law Group will reach out to you to schedule a free consultation. This initial meeting is an opportunity for you to discuss your case briefly and understand how the firm can assist you in your class action lawsuit.
  2. Hear from our team: Once you have submitted the contact form, a representative from McCune Law Group will contact you about what information we need from you and discuss the next steps.

Protecting Consumers Against Wells Fargo’s Unfair and/or Illegal Interest Charges

MLG Attorneys are committed to safeguarding consumers against unfair and illegal interest charges, particularly in cases where credit card companies engage in deceptive practices. If you had opened a Wells Fargo Health Advantage Credit Card with a 12.99% interest rate and ended up being charged higher interest for that promotional period, we want to hear from you and we may be able to help you get some or all of that money back depending on the specifics of your situation. We have gone up against Fortune 500 companies – and won. We have built a well-earned reputation as a significant member of the legal community and have obtained very large verdicts, including a $203 million verdict against Wells Fargo, and settlements and recovered over $1 billion for our clients.

Our attorneys are known for getting results. Contact us today to get started.

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