If you are facing problems with your credit card company, it is time to find a solution. As a consumer, you have certain rights and privileges. The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act (2009) aim at protecting consumers from unfair practices of such companies.
If you are yet to understand whether this law applies to your case, get in touch with a consumer attorney in Florida. What are the basic rights that you get as a consumer? Here are the provisions that affect you the most. If you still have any queries, you need to get in touch with an attorney to find specific answers.
The banning of the -universal default clause’ means no more increase in the interest rate for missing a payment to any other creditor. Initially, the credit card company could increase your interest rate if you missed paying any other debt – a mortgage payment, or a car loan, or even a utility bill.