BP faces class action in Oregon over illegal debit card fees

January 12, 2012 by

A class action has been filed against BP in state court in Oregon.  The complaint alleges that BP and affiliates illegally and secretly add debit card fees to gasoline purchases.

To see a copy of the complaint in Scharfstein v. BP West Coast Products, LLC, Case No. 1112-17045 (Ore. Cir. Ct., Multnomah Cty.), click BP Complaint re Debit Card Fees.

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