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Fair Credit Billing Act

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The Fair Credit Billing Act is a law passed by the U.S. Congress in 1974 that permits consumers to dispute billing errors committed by merchants or credit card companies.

The act requires that consumers receive a prompt investigation of any billing disputes under penalty of forfeiture of at least a portion of the amount billed.

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