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Is it legal to block me from accessing my on-line statement?

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What is the name of your state? MI

Does a credit card company have the right to deny me access to my on-line account history so I can review my charges, cash advances, payment amounts and dates posted, and new fees and penalties and interest rates that will be assessed to my account. This blockage was done by them in retaliation to the fact that I refused to engage in their entrapping questions of me on the phone, when I simply said that I can only refer you to my attorney for further information on my account. They wanted me to tell them whether or not I've filed, what kind I'm filing 13 or 7, and whether or not my attorney has been "retained" yet. FYI Nothing has been yet, I just was asked to refer them to my lawyer. I feel I should still be able to access my account until it is determined what the final outcome will be. After all, how can I be held responsible for charges to me that I can't even see or keep track of.

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