10 Feb '12, 10pm

Dispute over S$1,550 credit card bill ends up in court

SINGAPORE: A dispute between United Overseas Bank (UOB) and its customer over who should foot the bill for S$1,550 in unauthorised withdrawals from a stolen credit card has wound up in the courts. Ms Annie An Wei, 39, has not made any payments because she feels she should be liable for only S$100, as per the Association of Banks of Singapore (ABS) rules since Nov 1, 2009. According to court documents, however, UOB has sued her for the full sum advanced from her credit card, bank fees and interest accrued, which amount to S$2,180. The bank also wants Ms An, a marketing director, to pay S$800 in legal costs and S$300 in disbursements. In the aftermath of several spa closures in 2009, the ABS capped cardholders' liability at S$100, with certain conditions: That the cardholder has not acted fraudulently or was not grossly negligent, or has not otherwise failed to inform the ba...

Full article: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews...

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