Noom Autorenewal Subscription Settlement

Noom, Inc. is paying $56 million in cash and more in subscription credits to settle a class action about its autorenewal and cancellation practices. The complaint alleged that Noom violated common law and state laws by not adequately disclosing the autorenewal offer terms and not providing a simple online way to cancel subscriptions.  Read more

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Optavia Weight Loss Products Automatic Renewals California Class Action

California has a fairly specific law on the subject of automatic renewals. The complaint for this class action alleges that Optavia, LLC and its parent company, Medifast, Inc., violated this law with an automatic renewal plan for Optavia weight loss products sold to consumers. According to the complaint, the companies did not provide the disclosures  Read more

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Streamlabs Unwitting Sign-Ups for Auto-Renewal Subscriptions Class Action

Is a donation accompanied by a GIF enough to get you signed up to an automatically renewing subscription for Streamlabs Pro? The complaint for this class action alleges that this is so, and that Streamlabs, LLC is signing up people who never so much as expressed interest in having a subscription to its software.  Read more

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The Athletic Automatic Subscription Renewals North Carolina Class Action

The Athletic Media Company publishes The Athletic, a subscription-based sports website that covers forty-seven US cities and the UK. But the complaint for this class action alleges that subscribers to The Athletic are automatically enrolled in an auto-renewal program that keeps renewing their subscriptions from month to month or year to year without providing required  Read more

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Consumer Reports Publications Auto Renewal Settlement

Consumer Reports, Inc. provides product reviews and other useful information in its Consumer Reports magazine and other publications, including Consumer Reports on Health, Consumer Reports Online, and Consumer Reports All Access. This settlement resolves a class action alleging that a number of California consumers were enrolled in and charged for automatic renewal subscriptions to these  Read more

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Billie Automatic Subscription Renewals California Requirements Class Action

California’s Automatic Renewal Law (ARL) sets forth requirements for businesses that offer subscriptions or continuous services. The complaint for this class action alleges that Billie, Inc. automatically renewed customer subscriptions but did not fulfill the requirements of the California law for California customers.  Read more

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Washington Post Subscription Auto-Renewal California Settlement

WP Company, LLC, also known as The Washington Post, is settling a California class action about its automatically-renewing subscriptions. The complaint alleged that the company renewed annual and four-week subscriptions automatically and charged customers’ payment methods when it had not provided the disclosures or obtained the authorizations required by California law.  Read more

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Apple iCloud Automatic Sign-Up and Later Charges Class Action

Apple, Inc. offers an iCloud computer data storage service, where customers can store information as an alternative to storing it on personal devices. It offers different levels of storage capacity at different prices. The complaint for this class action alleges Apple lures customers in with an initial free amount of storage, then—when they have committed  Read more

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