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01/10/2011 // Greensboro, NC, USA // Personal Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley

New York, NY— The Kardashian sisters are facing some legal trouble with the company that created a prepaid debit card, which was endorsed by the reality TV stars. The lawsuit accuses Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian, as well as their mother, Kris Kardashian Jenner, and their company, Dash Dolls LLC of breaching their contract with Revenue Resource Group LLC, as reported by CBS News and The Fresno Bee.

The Kardashian’s pulled out of their two-year prepaid debit card deal in November, after suspicions were raised over the debit card’s fees. The debit card, which was marketed to young adults, contracted the realty TV personalities to advertise for the card on their websites and through social media websites. The sisters were also contracted to appear at events on behalf of the company, stated the lawsuit.

The Kardashians pulled out of the deal three weeks after the Nov. 9 launch, and after the Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal stated the card’s fees were “predatory.”

Revenue Resource Group LLC alleged that the breach of contract cost their company at least 475 million in losses.

The Kardashian Kard was “filled with gotcha fees and charges, such as $99.95 annual fees, $7.95 monthly fees…ATM withdrawal fees, bill pay fees, loading fees – and even charges for talking to a live operator at their service center and a card cancellation fee,” stated Blumenthal.

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