Wednesday, March 19, 2014

JPMorgan Chase Credit Card Robosigning Litigation

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JPMorgan Chase Credit Card Robosigning Litigation

Case Number: 1:14-cv-20922
Practice Areas: Consumer Protection, Lending Practices & Borrowers’ Rights
Case Status: Pending
Court: United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida


Berger & Montague filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of credit card customers of JPMorgan Chase against whom Chase obtained default judgments using allegedly robosigned and fraudulent affidavits.
Specifically, the complaint alleges that JPMoran and its credit card subsidiaries Chase Bank USA, N.A., Chase Bankcard Services, Inc. and Chase Bankcard LLC created and participated in a scheme of generating and robosigning affidavits on a mass scale that did not involve adequate controls to ensure that the information in the affidavits was correct and based on the affiant's personal knowledge.  The complaint further alleges that the affidavits were then notarized by a notary who falsely attested to witnessing the affiant's execution of the affidavit.
Chase submitted these affidavits by the thousands to state courts in order to obtain default judgments against credit card borrowers who were past due on their credit card bills.  Once the default judgment was obtained, the complaint alleges that Chase aggressively pursued post-judgment remedies such as garnishing wages, levying bank accounts and assessing post-judgment interest.
If you have been sued by JPMorgan Chase, Chase Bank USA, N.A., or another JPMorgan entity in connection with your credit card debt, you may be entitled to compensation or reopening of your default judgment.  For questions about this case, contact Patrick F. Madden at (215) 875-3035 or by email at pmadden@bm.net.
To view the complaint filed on March 11, 2014 in the Southern District of Florida, click here.
Are you a current or former credit card customer of JPMorgan Chase or any other credit card issuing bank?  Fill out the free case review form describing your credit card complaints to find out if you have legal recourse to recover monetary damages.
Credit Card Debt Collection Robosigning Class Action Attorneys
Due to the number of credit card robosigning complaints from consumers, our attorneys are currently available to review claims from current and former customers who were sued by the bank or debt collector in connection with their credit card debt but where the alleged amount due was incorrect or nonexistent. If you suspect that you have been subject to these robosigning practices described above, complete our no cost, no obligation case review form today.  At no cost to you, our lawyers will review your claim to determine if you can recover financial compensation through a credit card class action, a type of lawsuit which would allow a large number of consumers the chance to collectively bring a claim against the company in court.
Berger & Montague is actively investigating claims based on this conduct and other similar actions by JPMorgan Chase, its subsidiaries, and other credit card issuing banks including Bank of America, U.S. Bancorp ("U.S. Bank"), Capital One, Barclays, and others.
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Moya v. JPMorgan Chase & Co. et al

 
Case Number:1:2014cv20922
Filed: March 11, 2014
 
Court:Florida Southern District Court
Office:Miami Office
Presiding Judge:
 
Nature of Suit:Racketeer/Corrupt Organization
Cause of Action:18:1962 Racketeering (RICO) Act
Jury Demanded By:Plaintiff

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