A metal credit union is being sued in Illinois over what it says are fraudulent charges.
According to the lawsuit, the credit union says the metal credit cards were never issued by the metal-credit union and that the fraudulent charges were caused by a customer who was an illegal alien.
According of the lawsuit filed in Illinois District Court in Urbana, the metal card was issued to an illegal immigrant who was charged $1,200 for two metal cards.
The lawsuit says that the customer later reported that he did not have authorization to use the card.
The lawsuit says the customer also told the metalcard operator that he was an undocumented immigrant.
The plaintiff claims that the illegal immigrant then used the metal cards to pay for food and other purchases.
The complaint claims that some of the illegal aliens who used the credit card were not issued metal credit.
The judge said in the ruling that the plaintiff has no standing to sue the metalcredit union, so the lawsuit was dismissed.
The attorney representing the plaintiff said the suit will continue.
The attorney did not immediately return a call for comment.