Canadian Tire Credit Cards (cash advance charges)

Class action description

Cancellation and restitution of charges for advances of funds and punitive damages.

Group description

Any consumer holder of a Canadian Tire Bank credit card and who have, since October 1st, 2001, paid fees for cash advances for transactions in Canada or abroad.

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– October 1st 2004: Filing of the motion to institute the class action

– November 6th: Judgment granting the motion to institute the class action

– December 7th 2007: Filing of the motion to institute proceedings

– May 1st 2008: Filing of the motion to institute proceedings with particulars

– February 12th 2010: Filing of the Defence

Notices and News

Notice to Members - Canadian Tire Bank

A settlement has been reached, subject to Court approval, between Option consommateurs, the designated person and Canadian Tire Bank (the “Bank”) in a class action instituted by Option consommateurs against the Bank in respect of practices that relate to cash advance fees. A hearing will take place at the Court house of Montreal on September 7th 2016 at 9h30 in room 2.08 to obtain the approval of the Settlement Agreement in the class action. Please read the documents below.
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