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Capital One (Credit Add-On Products) »

Defendant:

$210 million settlement fund in case alleging improper conduct regarding the marketing, enrollment, pricing, and administration practices relating to credit add-on products.  No action required is required of class members, who will receive an automatic credit on their Capital One credit cards if still cardholders.  Checks will be mailed to… Read More »

Junk debt collection lawsuits »

Defendant: Mel Harris & Associates

In Monique Sykes et al. v. Harris, as many as 100,000 individuals could be entitled to damages for default judgments allegedly obtained without serving the defendants with court papers.  The suit contends that a law firm (Mel Harris & Associates), its client consumer debt purchaser and a process serving company… Read More »

Virtuoso Sourcing Group (Debt Collection) »

Defendant:

Those who received a letter from Virtuoso Sourcing Group that failed to contain the name of the creditor between November 2, 2010 and September 29, 2012 may be eligible to receive a pro rata share of the $40,000 settlement.  The company reached a settlement over allegations that violations of the… Read More »

Chipotle rounds up purchases »

Defendant: Chipotle

Californians who bought something at Chipotle from August 30, 2008 to the present are eligible to join the class in Overton v. Chipotle Mexican Grill, which alleges that the chain always overcharged customers by rounding bills up to the nearest nickle.  Click here to download the case.    Read More »

L’Occitane (Credit Card Transaction) »

Defendant: L’Occitane

L’Occitane   California consumers whose personal identification information was requested and recorded by L’Occitane stores during a credit card transaction between September 9, 2011 and October 4, 2013 may be eligible for a merchandise certificate of $12.50.     Read More »

Ford Navistar Diesel Engine »

Defendant: Ford Navistar Diesel Engine

The lawsuit alleges that the 6.0-liter PowerStroke diesel engine of certain 2003-2007 Ford vehicles are defective.  Consumers who purchased or leased those models may be eligible for cash reimbursement for repair expenses.  Click here for details and claim form.  Deadline for claim forms is Dec. 31, 2013.    Read More »

Rawlings Power Balance Issue »

Defendant: Rawlings Power Balance

Rawlings Power Balance  Consumers who purchased certain Rawlings Power Balance products between March 1, 2010 and October 11, 2013 may be eligible for up to $16.50 per bracelet or a total refund.  Click here for details.  Deadline is Jan. 8, 2014.    Read More »

Honda (Civic Suspension) »

Defendant: Honda Civic

The lawsuit alleges that the suspension of certain 2006-2008 Honda vehicles caused premature or uneven rear tire wear.  Consumers who purchased or leased those models may be eligible for cash reimbursement for repair expenses.  Deadline is Jan. 16, 2014.    Read More »

Philips AirFloss (Philips Sonicare AirFloss) »

Defendant:

California consumers who purchased Philips Sonicare AirFloss  between January 1, 2011 and June 24, 2013 may be eligible for up to $33 voucher.  The company reached a settlement over allegations of falsely advertising the benefits of AirFloss.   Deadline is Jan. 20, 2014.    Read More »

BP (Gasoline) »

Defendant: BP

Residents of certain states who purchased gasoline at certain retail outlets between August 13, 2012 and September 7, 2012 and experienced engine or drivability issues may be eligible for reimbursement of gasoline purchase price, cost of repairs, and additional expenses associated with repairs.    Read More »

McCormick & Schmick’s (Kobe Beef) »

Defendant: McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants, Inc.

California consumers who purchased any menu item that was advertised to contain “Kobe” beef between July 10, 2008 and July 15, 2012 may be eligible for $10 or $15 settlement certificate.  The company reached a settlement over allegations of falsely advertising “Kobe” beef as containing beef from the “Wagyu” bloodline… Read More »

Apple iPad (Data Plan) »

Defendant: Apple Inc. ("Apple") and AT&T Mobility LLC

Consumers who purchased or ordered an iPad 3G on or before June 7, 2010 may be eligible for $40 cash per iPad 3G.  The company reached a settlement over allegations of falsely advertising unlimited data plan when consumers were not provided with access to an unlimited data plan.     Read More »

Kohl’s (Zip Code) »

Defendant: Kohl's

Alleges that customers were asked for a ZIP code in violation of their privacy rights between April 16, 2009 and November 26, 2013 at Kohl’s stores in Massachusetts.  Class members may be eligible to receive a Kohl’s gift card.     Read More »

Southwest Airlines (Credit or Debit Card Transaction) »

Defendant: Southwest Airlines

Consumers who conducted credit or debit card transactions at the airport or cargo counters and received an electronically-printed receipt contained the expiration date of the consumer’s credit or debit card between October 17, 2007 and October 21, 2012 may be eligible to receive a pro rata share of the $1.8… Read More »

OfficeMax (Zip Code) »

Defendant: Office Max

Alleges that customers were asked for a ZIP code in violation of their privacy rights between March 1, 2010 and February 22, 2011 at OfficeMax stores in California.  Class members may be eligible to receive $10 merchandise voucher for use at a California OfficeMax retail store.    Read More »

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Capital One (Credit Add-On Products) »

Defendant:

$210 million settlement fund in case alleging improper conduct regarding the marketing, enrollment, pricing, and administration practices relating to credit add-on products.  No action required is required of class members, who will receive an automatic credit on their Capital One credit cards if still cardholders.  Checks will be mailed to affected individuals who are no longer cardholders.  If you are a former cardholder or a current cardholder and your contact information at the company is out of date, update your contact information.  Click here to learn more at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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financial services

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Junk debt collection lawsuits »

Defendant: Mel Harris & Associates

In Monique Sykes et al. v. Harris, as many as 100,000 individuals could be entitled to damages for default judgments allegedly obtained without serving the defendants with court papers.  The suit contends that a law firm (Mel Harris & Associates), its client consumer debt purchaser and a process serving company schemed to obtain thousands of default judgments in state court via bogus service documentation ("sewer service") and false affidavits.  When the consumers failed to appear in court because they did not receive notice of the lawsuits, the defendants obtained default judgments against them.  Some of the charges allege violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and the lawsuit also asserts that the companies conspired under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

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Virtuoso Sourcing Group (Debt Collection) »

Defendant:

Those who received a letter from Virtuoso Sourcing Group that failed to contain the name of the creditor between November 2, 2010 and September 29, 2012 may be eligible to receive a pro rata share of the $40,000 settlement.  The company reached a settlement over allegations that violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.

Read More »

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Chipotle rounds up purchases »

Defendant: Chipotle

Californians who bought something at Chipotle from August 30, 2008 to the present are eligible to join the class in Overton v. Chipotle Mexican Grill, which alleges that the chain always overcharged customers by rounding bills up to the nearest nickle.  Click here to download the case.

Read More »

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pending

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L’Occitane (Credit Card Transaction) »

Defendant: L’Occitane

L’Occitane   California consumers whose personal identification information was requested and recorded by L’Occitane stores during a credit card transaction between September 9, 2011 and October 4, 2013 may be eligible for a merchandise certificate of $12.50. 

Read More »

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privacy

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Ford Navistar Diesel Engine »

Defendant: Ford Navistar Diesel Engine

The lawsuit alleges that the 6.0-liter PowerStroke diesel engine of certain 2003-2007 Ford vehicles are defective.  Consumers who purchased or leased those models may be eligible for cash reimbursement for repair expenses.  Click here for details and claim form.  Deadline for claim forms is Dec. 31, 2013.

Read More »

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product safety

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Rawlings Power Balance Issue »

Defendant: Rawlings Power Balance

Rawlings Power Balance  Consumers who purchased certain Rawlings Power Balance products between March 1, 2010 and October 11, 2013 may be eligible for up to $16.50 per bracelet or a total refund.  Click here for details.  Deadline is Jan. 8, 2014.

Read More »

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open to claims

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Honda (Civic Suspension) »

Defendant: Honda Civic

The lawsuit alleges that the suspension of certain 2006-2008 Honda vehicles caused premature or uneven rear tire wear.  Consumers who purchased or leased those models may be eligible for cash reimbursement for repair expenses.  Deadline is Jan. 16, 2014.

Read More »

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product safety, product defects

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Philips AirFloss (Philips Sonicare AirFloss) »

Defendant:

California consumers who purchased Philips Sonicare AirFloss  between January 1, 2011 and June 24, 2013 may be eligible for up to $33 voucher.  The company reached a settlement over allegations of falsely advertising the benefits of AirFloss.   Deadline is Jan. 20, 2014.

Read More »

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false advertising

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BP (Gasoline) »

Defendant: BP

Residents of certain states who purchased gasoline at certain retail outlets between August 13, 2012 and September 7, 2012 and experienced engine or drivability issues may be eligible for reimbursement of gasoline purchase price, cost of repairs, and additional expenses associated with repairs.

Read More »

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auto

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McCormick & Schmick’s (Kobe Beef) »

Defendant: McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants, Inc.

California consumers who purchased any menu item that was advertised to contain “Kobe” beef between July 10, 2008 and July 15, 2012 may be eligible for $10 or $15 settlement certificate.  The company reached a settlement over allegations of falsely advertising “Kobe” beef as containing beef from the “Wagyu” bloodline of cattle in the Kobe region of Japan. 

Read More »

Tags/Keywords

false advertising

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Apple iPad (Data Plan) »

Defendant: Apple Inc. ("Apple") and AT&T Mobility LLC

Consumers who purchased or ordered an iPad 3G on or before June 7, 2010 may be eligible for $40 cash per iPad 3G.  The company reached a settlement over allegations of falsely advertising unlimited data plan when consumers were not provided with access to an unlimited data plan. 

Read More »

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false advertising

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Kohl’s (Zip Code) »

Defendant: Kohl's

Alleges that customers were asked for a ZIP code in violation of their privacy rights between April 16, 2009 and November 26, 2013 at Kohl’s stores in Massachusetts.  Class members may be eligible to receive a Kohl’s gift card. 

Read More »

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privacy

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Southwest Airlines (Credit or Debit Card Transaction) »

Defendant: Southwest Airlines

Consumers who conducted credit or debit card transactions at the airport or cargo counters and received an electronically-printed receipt contained the expiration date of the consumer’s credit or debit card between October 17, 2007 and October 21, 2012 may be eligible to receive a pro rata share of the $1.8 million settlement. 

Read More »

Tags/Keywords

privacy

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OfficeMax (Zip Code) »

Defendant: Office Max

Alleges that customers were asked for a ZIP code in violation of their privacy rights between March 1, 2010 and February 22, 2011 at OfficeMax stores in California.  Class members may be eligible to receive $10 merchandise voucher for use at a California OfficeMax retail store.

Read More »

Tags/Keywords

privacy

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