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BankCardLaw and BCL are the registered fictitious business names of Anthony L. Ogden. Mr. Ogden is a duly licensed Attorney in the following jurisdictions only: California; District of Columbia (Washington, DC); and Texas (Inactive). The Law Offices of Anthony L. Ogden (BankCardLaw) is located in Beverly Hills, CA. The Law Offices of Anthony L. Ogden (BankCardLaw) represents client exclusively by a written agreement signed by all parties (Attorney and Client) and there are no exceptions. Viewing this website or submitting a communication to this Law Practice through this website does not constitute an Attorney consultation nor does it form any Attorney – Client representation agreement whatsoever.
BankCardLaw (The Law Offices of Anthony L. Ogden) has successfully removed numerous businesses from the Terminated Merchant File/TMF/MATCH and obtained other favorable results for businesses regarding Merchant Account problems. Moreover, BankCardLaw diligently pursues favorable results for all of its clients. However, please note, that Attorneys are generally prohibited from guaranteeing a particular result or outcome from representation, and accordingly, this office makes no guarantee of a particular result.
Be aware that relevant laws, regulations, rules and guidelines change periodically and these changes can affect the accuracy of the information contained on this website. Individual facts, applicable law and circumstances vary from case to case. Be aware that there are Statutes of Limitation that act as a cutoff time by which you must file a lawsuit in court or take other official action. If you fail to take the necessary action within Statute of Limitation period, you will forever lose your right to assert your claim in court and/or other governmental tribunals. For all of the above reasons, you are strongly advised to seek the advice of a qualified attorney before taking any action that may affect your merchant account or your legal rights.