(KMOV) – Minnesota’s Attorney General is suing Discover Card for allegedly misleading customers by billing them for services they did not approve.
The company reportedly earned more than $300 million dollar last year from selling protective financial products.
One Minnesota woman says she refused those services over the phone, but was billed close to $200 for unwanted fees over a period of six months.
The state’s attorney general says Discover should refund feed to any customers who were sold unwanted services.
Discover is also facing a class action lawsuit, alleging the credit card giant sold unwanted services to consumers across the country.
The company says it doesn’t comment on pending litigation, but they take all customer complaints seriously.