Walmart Higher Prices in Store Than Advertised Online Class Action

Walmart maintains a website, Walmart.com, where it advertises and sells many of the same items that are available in its brick-and-mortar stores. The complaint alleges, however, that customers who try to buy the items in the stores are often charged more than the prices of the items advertised at the website. The complaint calls this  Read more

A Walmart Store

Tesla Raises Prices on Existing Contracts for Solar Roofs Class Action

In 2016, Tesla bought SolarCity, a solar panel company, founded by two cousins of Elon Musk. But customers waiting for installations of its new Solar Roof have now been informed they will have to pay as much as 50% more than they were told, in what the complaint for this class action says is “classic  Read more

A Tesla Solar Roof

Zillow Customers Steered to Paying Agents Class Action

It has become common for a single online entity to dominate its market sector. Zillow, Inc. has come to dominate home buying, just as Google, Amazon, Facebook, Yelp, and Uber dominate their respective sectors. But the complaint for this class action claims that Zillow conceals from users that it provides certain favors to what it  Read more

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American Airlines Bait-and-Switch Airfare Manipulation Class Action

How would you like to go through all the steps of booking a flight—finding a great offer, inputting your airports, choosing your flights, making sure there are no extra charges, entering your credit card info—and then, after clicking Pay Now, you discover that the price has suddenly risen by as much as $100? That’s what  Read more

American Airlines Plane in Flight