In a major setback for banks, federal judges in Pennsylvania and New Jersey have refused to dismiss a pair of class action consumer suits against TD Bank over allegedly deceptive practices used to market gift cards.
In both decisions, the judges rejected TD Bank’s argument that such suits, brought under state consumer protection laws, are pre-empted by the federal National Bank Act.
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