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TSA Class Action

A federal class action claims the Transportation Security Administration and JPMorgan Chase bank refuse to grant an $85 credit they promised for enrolling in TSA’s expedited security screening program if they categorize the enrollment “as a ‘business’ card, not a ‘consumer’ card,” a distinction without a difference.

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal class action claims the Transportation Security Administration and JPMorgan Chase bank refuse to grant an $85 credit they promised for enrolling in TSA’s expedited security-screening program if they categorize the enrollment “as a ‘business’ card, not a ‘consumer’ card,” a distinction without a difference.

Categories / Business, Consumers, Government

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