A San Francisco law firm says it is investigating the fraud reimbursement practices of several major U.S. banks that use the Zelle peer-to-peer payment system.
This contact lens settlement comes after contact lenses manufacturers are accused of using Unilateral Pricing Policies (UPPs) to avoid competition from discount and online stores. The safety and effectiveness of contact lenses are not at issue in this litigation.
The FTC has filed a lawsuit against Walmart alleging that the company let scammers use its money transfers services for more than $197 million in fraudulent transactions.
Facebook has agreed to pay a $90 million settlement over claims that it tracked its users’ activities online between 2010 and 2011. You can file a claim now.
Charles Schwab has agreed to pay $187 million over alleged hidden fees charged by the firm’s robo-advisor, Schwab Intelligent Portfolios.
The lawsuit claims the company is actively collecting, storing, and using the biometrics of millions of unwitting individuals through Google Photos. File a claim for up to $400 payment if you’re in Illinois.
This Optical Disk Drive Settlement is regarding a conspiracy involving ODD suppliers to fix, maintain, or stabilize the prices of ODDs at artificially high levels in violation of federal and state antitrust laws.
Capital One has agreed to pay a total of $190 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over a 2019 data breach. Check if you are eligible and file a claim.
Intuit, the California firm that owns TurboTax, has agreed to pay $141 million to consumers who were unfairly charged for tax services that should have been free.
This Molekule Air Purifiers Settlement comes after plaintiff says that the company made a series of false representations about the nature and efficacy of its Air Purifiers.
If you have purchased any chicken products in the last 11 years, you could be eligible to get a payout from some of the biggest producers. They have agreed to pay a total of $181 million to affected customers.
If you are eligible you can get $1 back for every McCormick product you have purchased between 2013 and 2021. Without proof of purchase you are limited to 15 products.
Defendants advertised that Neuriva products are clinically and scientifically “proven” to help fuel 6 indicators of brain health: memory, focus, learning, accuracy, concentration & reasoning.
Safeway has agreed to pay a $20 million settlement over claims that it violated the the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA).
This lawsuit claims that Godiva willfully violated FACTA by printing credit card and debit card transaction receipts at certain of its stores in the United States that included more than the last 5 digits of the credit or debit card number.
A class action lawsuit was brought on behalf of ATM cardholders who used a bank ATM owned by an entity different from the entity that issued the ATM card and were assessed an ATM surcharge.
Bank of America is facing a lawsuit seeking class action status. Two customers say the bank refused to honor promises to refund overdraft fees to clients who faced financial hardship during the pandemic.
The plaintiffs accuse the company unilaterally seizes funds from its clients’ financial accounts, without cause and without any fair or due process. They are seeking to recover damages and other relief available on behalf of themselves, as well as on behalf of the members of the class.
Plaid is a widely used service that enables connections between a user’s financial account and approximately 5,000 mobile and web-based apps that consumers use to make payments, transfer money etc.
The lawsuit alleges that Old Navy engaged in deceptive advertising by advertising false reference prices on merchandise in-store and online at Old Navy and Old Navy Outlets in the United States.