Bud’s Bar vs Cardco – Decision

I found that Bud, in addition to obtaining approval from Cardco, had taken several other reasonable precautions to protect himself from a denial of credit based on a claim of “identity theft” by Cardco.

I also found that Cardco’s defense in which they asserted that Big Spender had “privacy rights” was without merit under the circumstances.

I then granted a Civil Court award to Bud’s Bar in the sum of $5,000, the court’s maximum dollar amount, together with statutory interest and court costs.

Do you agree?


4 thoughts on “Bud’s Bar vs Cardco – Decision

  1. It’s outrageous to think that the credit card company could approve a charge and then after the fact, not honor their approval!

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