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Money Saving Expert

22 Feb 2021

Mastercard £14bn class action case returns to court next month - what it means for you

A landmark class action case against Mastercard, which if successful could see millions of UK consumers receive £100s each in damages, is set to return to court next month. It's the latest step in a case that has rolled on for almost five years. Here's an update on the most recent developments and what the next stage means for consumers.

The Guardian

11 Dec 2020

£14bn Mastercard class action gets green light from court

Almost every UK adult could get payout if case over alleged overcharging succeeds.

Sky news

11 Dec 2020

Mastercard faces £14bn class action after UK Supreme Court ruling

More than 46 million people could pocket £300 each if the case brought by a former financial ombudsman is successful.

Reuters

11 Dec 2020

UK Supreme Court enables $18.5 billion class action against Mastercard

The UK Supreme Court on Friday allowed a 14 billion pound ($18.5 billion) class action to proceed against Mastercard for allegedly overcharging more than 46 million people in Britain over a 15-year period in a landmark judgment.

The Law Society Gazette

11 Dec 2020

Supreme Court green light for £14bn Mastercard group action

A group action brought on behalf of 46 million credit and debit card holders has received the green light from the Supreme Court to proceed to the next stage of litigation.

Legal Business

11 Dec 2020

£14bn Mastercard group action claim to proceed following historic Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court has today (11 December) dismissed Mastercard’s efforts to thwart former financial ombudsman Walter Merricks’ £14bn group action claim against it...