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21st Mortgage Addition of Excessive Attorneys’ Fees Class Action

This class action alleges that 21st Mortgage Corporation uses its power over homeowners to add excessive attorneys’ fees to mortgage accounts, in violation of West Virginia law. These fees are also excessive, the complaint claims, in light of the attorneys’ fees permitted by the mortgage contract.  Read more

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Mastercard Foreign Exchange Rates Imposed on Cardholders Class Action

Mastercard, Inc. and Mastercard International, Inc. are known throughout the world for their electronic payment network, which processes payments made with Mastercard-brand debit, credit, and prepaid cards. Many US consumers buy goods in other countries and pay for them with their Mastercards. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the rates Mastercard charges  Read more

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Visa Foreign Exchange Rates Imposed on Cardholders Class Action

Visa, Inc., Visa USA, Inc., and Visa International Service Association are best known for their worldwide VisaNet electronic payments network, which processes payments made with Visa-brand debit, credit, and prepaid cards. These cards are often accepted by retailers in other countries, so that many US consumers can buy goods in other countries and pay with  Read more

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TD Bank Visa Credit Cards Foreign Exchange Rates Class Action

Consumers across the US can use the Internet to buy products from foreign countries. But the complaint for this class action alleges TD Bank, NA violates its Visa credit card agreements in the foreign exchange rates it charges customers on their overseas purchases. The complaint claims that TD Bank does not charge customers the promised  Read more

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JPMorgan Chase Bank Visa, Mastercard Foreign Exchange Rates Class Action

Consumers can now use credit cards to buy things all over the world, thanks to the Internet. However, the complaint for this class action claims that JPMorgan Chase Bank, NA violates its agreements by charging customers excessive or fictitious exchange rates. The complaint alleges that Chase does not charge the promised rate, or charges even  Read more

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Bank of America Visa, Mastercard Foreign Exchange Rates Class Action

The Internet has enabled US consumers to buy from foreign companies, using their US-based Visa and Mastercard credit or debit cards. But the complaint for this class action alleges Bank of America, NA violates its agreements in the foreign exchange rates it charges customers on their overseas purchases. The complaint claims that BOA does not  Read more

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Match.com Lures to Subscriptions and Illegitimate Users Class Action

When Match.com notifies you that another user has shown interest in you, is that user normally legitimate? When Match tells you that if you don’t meet “someone special” within six months, you’ll get another six months free, what do you have to do to qualify? The complaint for this class action alleges that Match Group,  Read more

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Cinergy Health Group Term Life Insurance Scheme Class Action

This class action concerns association term life insurance certificates bought from Cinergy Health, Inc. (which does business as Cinergy Health & Life Insurance Agency). The certificates were underwritten by Companion Life Insurance Company and issued through Companion or the National Congress of Employers, Inc. (NCE). The complaint alleges deception in the sale and marketing of  Read more

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Holiday Inn Requirements Strain Franchisees Texas Class Action

Franchising companies have a great deal of say in how franchisees conduct their businesses. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the requirements imposed by Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC (HFF), Six Continents Hotels (which does business as Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG), and IHG Owners Association (IHGOA), Inc. are excessive and detrimental to the  Read more

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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

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