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Posted on: Nov 5, 2019

From the Indiana Lawyer:

A bank has failed to prove that one of its customers is thousands of dollars behind on her credit card payments, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled recently.

More than 20 years after Diana Zelman opened a credit card account with Capital One Bank, she was alleged to have an unpaid balance of $6,292.34 on the card. Capital One filed a complaint against her concerning the unpaid card, but Zelman denied the allegations.

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