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Bank could charge interest on new credit card transactions (access required)

Where a credit card customer agreement plainly gave a bank the authority to charge interest to cardholders who had not paid their previous account balance in full and were charged interest on purchases they made during the following billing period, the cardholder could not sue. Background Susan Dress, Amy Edwards and Stephanie Barnett each have Capital One ...