If you traveled overseas between February 1, 1996 and November 8, 2006 and used a Visa-, MasterCard-, or Diners Club-branded credit or debit card, you may be owed at least $25. It’s the result of a class action lawsuit claiming that foreign-currency transaction fees were not properly disclosed. As reported by the Washington Post, the rebates will range from $25 to three percent of what you charged. To learn more and fill out a claim form, go here. You have until May 30th to file a claim.
Recently, I told you about a rebate for people who purchased a diamond between 1994 and early 2006. Now it’s credit and debit cards. It’s a good thing someone’s watching out for us.