The Attorney General has sued 2 credit card companies, claiming that they baited hungry college students at Ohio State University with free food in order to get them to sign up for credit cards. According to Columbus Business First, the faculty members are suing Citibank (Case No. 07 CV 012591) and Campus Dimensions Inc. (Case No. 07 CV 012592) under Ohio's Consumer Sales Practices Act for failing to disclose the 'catch' that came with the free food they were offering at Potbelly Sandwich Works and OSU La Bamba, 2 restaurants in Columbus, Ohio near the OSU campus. In what sounds like a sting operation, the article reports that students and faculty at OSU's Moritz College of Law have been monitoring the credit card activity for over a year.