(LOS ANGELES) -- A $75 million lawsuit filed against Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian over a prepaid debit card they briefly endorsed has been dismissed by a California judge, according to E! Online.
Earlier this year, the Kardashian sisters were sued by Fresno, California-based Revenue Resource Group, which claimed they breached their contract when they terminated their agreement with the company last fall following complaints that the card carried costly hidden fees. The judge ruled that the reality TV stars were not obligated to promote a card that might be considered unlawful.
The MasterCard debit card drew criticism last year from the Consumers Union and then-Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal over its fees, which included an annual fee of nearly $100.
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