The Kardashian Kard is canceled.
The controversial prepaid debit card promoted by the celebrity socialite sisters was taken off the market Tuesday amid controversy over its high fees, Radar Online reported.
University National Bank of St. Paul, Minn., which issued the Kardashian Kard, said in a statement Monday that the 250 customers who signed up for the card would be notified that their cards will be active for 30 more days, after which they will receive refunds for any balances and fees they have incurred.
The Kardashian Kard carried an annual fee of up to $100, and charged fees for services like ATM withdrawals, customer service phone calls and card cancellations.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal announced on Friday that his office had launched an investigation into whether the "Kardashian Kard" violated a Conn. state gift card law designed to eliminate "pernicious and predatory fees."
A lawyer for Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian sent a "Notice of Termination" Monday to try ending the Kardashians' promotion of the card amid the bad press.
"The Kardashians have worked extremely long and hard to create a positive public persona that appeals to everyone, particularly young adults,” Kardashian attorney Dennis Roach said. "Unfortunately, the negative spotlight turned on the Kardashians as a result of the Attorney General's comments and actions threatens everything for which they have worked."