Terminix Refunds for Cancelled Annual Contracts Class Action

Terminix International Company, LP, which does business as Terminix, is a residential pest control company that offers yearly contracts to customers. The contracts are supposedly cancellable at will, for example, if the customer sells the house. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that when customers do make such cancellations, the company refuses to  Read more

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Holiday Inn Franchising Requirements Pennsylvania Class Action

This class action concerns Holiday Inn franchising costs, bringing suit against Holiday Hospitality Franchising, LLC (HHF), Six Continents Hotels, Inc. (which does business as Intercontinental Hotels Group) (IHG), and IHG Owners Association. The complaint alleges that the franchising arrangements impose onerous and unnecessary requirements on franchisees that are designed not to improve the business but  Read more

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Nissan Motor Acceptance Refunds of Unearned GAP Waiver Fees Class Action

When a car is totaled or stolen, the insurance payout may not be enough to cover the amount the person still owes on the auto loan. The difference between the payout and the amount of the loan is called the “gap.” Consumers can cover this gap by buying Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) products. This class  Read more

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Tether Cryptocurrency Backing and Audit Claims Class Action

Cryptocurrencies provide new options for investment and payments. However, their new arrangements offer downsides for users, including the lack of established routines of operation, oversight, and regulation. This class action brings suit against two sets of companies, one related to the cryptocurrency Tether and the other related to the Bitfinex exchange, alleging that they made  Read more

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AmeriCU Multiple NSF Fees and Improper OD Fees Class Action

This class action protests against two practices it alleges AmeriCU Credit Union improperly maintains: charging more than one non-sufficient funds (NSF) fee on a single transaction and charging an overdraft (OD) fee on transactions that did not actually overdraw accounts. The complaint alleges breach of contract and breach of the covenant of good faith and  Read more

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FedEx “Overnight” Delivery Delayed for Days Kentucky Class Action

FedEx sells a number of products and services at its locations, but it is best known for its expedited delivery services. FedEx charges customers for deliveries of letters or packages within specific time frames that are faster than the time frames offered by the Post Office. But the complaint for this class action alleges that  Read more

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Spirit Airlines Flights Booked with Known Labor Shortage Class Action

During the Covid-19 pandemic, airlines cancelled vast numbers of flights because of a lack of passengers to fill them. Now, the problem seems to be the labor shortage. The complaint for this class action brings suit against Spirit Airlines, alleging that the airline “left tens of thousands of passengers stranded at airports throughout the country  Read more

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Alaska USA Federal Credit Union Retry Fee Settlement

Alaska USA Federal Credit Union is settling a class action alleging it charged members a Retry Fee when Automated Clearing House (ACH) and check transactions were resubmitted by a merchant after they had previously been rejected for insufficient funds. The complaint alleges that the second fee, for retrying the transaction, was not permitted by Alaska’s  Read more

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E-ZPass System Overcharges for Motorcycles Class Action

The E-ZPass system is an electronic tolling collection system that allows drivers to put a small transponder on their windscreens and pay tolls electronically as they pass through toll points. The problem alleged by this class action is that motorcycles that use the E-ZPass system may be charged as a different class of vehicle. They  Read more

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Bob’s and Guardian Goof Proof Protection Agreements Illinois Class Action

What constitutes “accidental” damage to a product? This class action concerns sales of “service contracts” to customers by Bob’s Discount Furniture, LLC, to protect the furniture they buy, which are issued by Guardian Protection Products, Inc. The complaint alleges that the service contracts are actually insurance and that Guardian does not fulfill its obligations. The  Read more

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