The New Mexico Supreme Court will hear a class action next month that could make creditors responsible for some gambling debts.

The plaintiffs claim 16 creditors, including Citibank South Dakota, Norwest Bank New Mexico, and Visa U.S.A. Inc., broke the law by processing checks, withdrawals from automated teller machines, and credit card cash advances that were used to pay gambling debts incurred at Indian casinos.

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