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It is highly unlikely that Expedia will have any liability to pay you back the money, unless they still have it on their accounts and you can show it was fraud, or if they were at fault for the breach. This could happen if they had negligently shared your login details with someone but proving that would be very difficult and to be honest it is unlikely that it was the reason.
The bank will be in a similar position – they are not at fault for what happened. You may be able to use their fraud protection, if they have any that would cover this, so do raise it as a fraudulent transaction. However, that does not guarantee the return of the money and it will depend on their investigation and what they decide. Nevertheless it is your bet course of action here to try and get something back.
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Chargeback is an option but the rules vary based on card provider. It is not a legal right as such but it is part of Scheme rules which banks subscribe to. However, it is not a case of the bank having to refund you unless they can show that this was due to your carelessness or negligence – it is certainly not that simple. Generally the bank decides if the circumstances qualify for a chargeback. You can use this template letter to make a claim:
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