This Walmart lawsuit claims that at times, some products were improperly labeled “Weighted Goods” when it reduced the price of those goods as they neared their expiration dates, allegedly causing instances where Plaintiff and other customers were overcharged for certain reduced-price perishable goods.
The lawsuit was filed by Daniel Mahoney who says that Expedia denied him a number refunds for cancelled flights during the coronavirus outbreak.
Here you will find a list of class action settlements that will expire this month. Please read each settlement article carefully to see if you are eligible. Some settlements may require proof of purchase, and often eligible purchases have occurred years ago.
Apple has agreed to pay out $9.75 million for this Powerbeats settlement, after it was accused of falsely advertising the so-called “shoddy” earbuds as “sweat & water resistant” and “built to endure.”
The lawsuit cites two recent examples in August. Hampton county resident Bridget McMahon went to the Chipotle at 4960 William Flynn Highway in Hampton. Her bill was $15.51, and she paid with a $20 bill. In change, the complaint said, McMahon received just $4, even though her receipt said she received $4.49.
In 2018, Google announced that the Google+ platform had experienced software bugs between 2015 and 2018, which allowed app developers to access certain Google+ profile field information in an unintended manner.
It sounds like a far fetched attempt at scamming people, but apparently it has been hugely successful for many years now. Fraudsters have walked away with a total of about $1 billion in iTunes gift cards.
Back in 2018, Chase customer Brady Tucker filed a class action complaint against the bank after he was charged more than $160 in fees and interest for regularly purchasing cryptocurrencies from Coinbase using his Chase credit card.
The lawsuit comes after the plaintiff’s account was suddenly closed and then reopened with a $0 balance without consent from TD Bank. This resulted in unjust penalties and monthly fees.
This Apple iPhone settlement provides a cash payment of $25 for every iPhone owned up to 2017. You need to file a claim by October 6th. Payment could vary based on number of claims.
We have seen a few lawsuits already regarding airlines and they way they have handled refunds for canceled flights during the pandemic. This latest lawsuit is against Frontier Airlines for refusing a cash refund and instead giving out vouchers with a short expiration date.
A California woman has filed a class action lawsuit against Walmart, accusing it of changing its return policy during the coronavirus crisis. Danielle Hubmer says the company changed their normal return policy without posting any signage or otherwise informing customers know about it.
The lawsuit claims that IHG was responsible for the Data Security Incidents that occurred, and asserts claims such as negligence, breach of implied contract, and unjust enrichment. The lawsuit seeks compensation for people who had losses as a result of the Data Security Incidents.
Amazon Prime members have had some issues over the last two months. Shipping for Prime members was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic in March and April, as Amazon focused most of its resources on delivery of groceries and pharmaceuticals.
The filing says that Google tracked users even when the location tracking features had been manually disabled. The Google lawsuit argues the tech giant kept location tracking running in the background for certain features.
Kotex Tampons Settlement The lawsuit claims that products manufactured and sold by Kimberly-Clark are valueless because of an alleged defect that causes them to unravel and/or come apart. The defect has caused infections and other symptoms and even caused customers to seek medical care. The Court has not decided in favor of the Plaintiff or…
This Automotive Parts Settlement is approximately $1.2 billion. The deadline to file a claim was at the end of 2019, but the court has issued an order extending the claims deadline to June 18, 2020.
A lawsuit filed against Trader Joe’s claims the supermarket sold underfilled 5 oz. cans of tuna in violation of state and federal law. You may submit a claim for a cash payment of $29.