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(KSL News) About 30-million Americans could be eligible for at least $25 from the settlement of a lawsuit against several credit card companies.
The lawsuit alleges the companies overcharged customers when converting foreign currencies into dollars on credit and debit purchases.
People making overseas purchases using Visa, Mastercard or Diner's Club cards issued by major American banks between February 1996 and November 2006 may be eligible for compensation.
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