"Keeping Up with the Kardashians" may be a hit, but a debit card tied to U.S. reality television family has been canceled.

A Minnesota lender on Monday halted sales of a prepaid debit card featuring an image of the Kardashian sisters, after Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said the card carried "outrageous" fees that unfairly targeted financially unsophisticated young adults.

University National Bank said the 250 consumers who bought the MasterCard-branded "Kardashian Kard" since its November 9 launch may continue using it for 30 days, and thereafter would receive refunds of balances and up-front fees.