The GFPB maintains a database containing credit card agreements between hundreds of card issuers. With the following tool, you can search for an agreement using the issuer`s name. Have you recently been admitted for a credit card? congratulations! Price and final fee information depends on your credit history, so your actual prices and terms are on your credit card contract. You can find it online and pay for it with your credit card when it arrives in the mail. Do you already have a Bank of America credit card®? Sign in to the online bank and ask for a copy of your credit card contract. Institutional credit transactions include revolving and non-renewable credit options. However, they are much more complicated than retail agreements. They may also include the issuance of bonds or a credit consortium when several lenders invest in a structured credit product. Credit charges mean additional fees set out in your credit contract, e.g.B, establishment fees, monthly administration fees. If you have any questions about the agreements yourself, speak directly to the card issuer. If none of these reasons are correct and you still can`t reach an agreement, call them to ask for a copy of your contract. Under federal law, your credit card issuer is required to provide a copy of your contract upon request.

The card network that processes these transactions calculates a dollar amount for each of these transactions. The type of card you have determines which network (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express) performs this calculation. Each network uses either a public or wholesale rate, which is effective on the date the network processes the transaction. The rate in effect on the conversion date may differ from the day you made the booking or the date the booking was made on your account. We have provided this database to allow you to search for agreements between credit card issuers and their customers. The agreements in this database contain terms and conditions, prices and fee information. Credit contracts for individuals vary depending on the type of credit issued to the customer. Customers can apply for credit cards, private loans, mortgages and revolving credit accounts. Each type of credit product has its own industry credit contract standards. In many cases, the terms of a credit contract for a retail credit product are made available to the borrower in his or her credit application. Therefore, the application for credit can also be used as a credit contract. Federal law requires all credit card issuers with more than 10,000 credit card accounts to list a copy of their credit card contracts online.

Your credit card issuer must also provide you with a copy of the credit card contract for your account if you request it. A credit card is more than just a piece of plastic that allows you to spend money. This is a way to access the credit limit that the card issuer has agreed to allow you to borrow. Your account contains certain provisions that you must comply with if you want to continue using your credit card and to prevent your balance from being affected. Your credit card rules are outlined in your credit card contract, a type of contract that describes credit card conditions, conditions, prices and penalties. This search method applies to all credit card agreements from the last quarterly collection of credit card agreements by the GFPB. To access all past or past agreements, click on the link below.