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Roundpoint Mortgage Unlawful Fees and Harassment West Virginia Class Action

What fees is a mortgage servicer allowed to charge in West Virginia? The complaint for this class action claims that Roundpoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation charges customers unlawful fees, such as for property inspections, late charges, “ORCC” fees, and other miscellaneous fees. Not only are they forbidden under West Virginia law; the complaint claims that even  Read more

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UPS Store Notary Services Unlawful Excessive Fees Illinois Class Action

The UPS Store, Inc. (TUPSS) franchises stores that must stick to its business models, and to its rules and requirements while transacting business. The complaint for this class action alleges, however, that at least one thing required of the franchise stores is against the law: the dollar amount charged for notary services.  Read more

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Credit One No Live Representative for Express Payments NY and FL Class Action

When consumers don’t make a lot of money, they must sometimes pay bills at the last minute. The complaint for this class action alleges that Credit One Bank, NA charges extra for “expedited” payments, but does not obey the requirements for charging such fees set forth in Regulation Z of the Truth in Lending Act  Read more

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Waste Management of New York Paper Billing Settlement

Waste Management of New York, LLC is paying $2.7 million to settle a class action alleging that it broke New York state laws. The complaint claimed that the company charged customers extra if they wanted to receive paper billing statements or to pay the bill by mail.  Read more

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Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Payment Fee Settlement

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company will be paying well over half a million dollars to settle a class action alleging that it charged some customers extra fees, depending on the way they chose to pay their monthly premiums. The complaint alleges this is a violation of New York law.  Read more

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Goya Foods Misclassification of Truck Drivers as Independent Contractors Class Action

This class action brings suit against Goya Foods, Inc. and assorted individuals and unknown parties over the misclassification of certain workers as independent contractors and “us[ing] that improper classification to unlawfully deduct wages from their pay.” The complaint alleges that the deductions made violate the New Jersey Wage Payment Law (NJWPL), the New Jersey Civil  Read more

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Airbnb Added Charges Quebec Settlement

Airbnb Ireland UC, Airbnb, Inc., and Airbnb Payments UK Ltd. are settling a Canadian class action alleging that Airbnb’s pricing system violated the laws of Quebec. The complaint alleged that the company’s website displayed one price at the first stage of browsing, then added additional charges at checkout.  Read more

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Farmers Insurance UM/UIM Insurance Ohio Settlement

Farmers Insurance of Columbus, Inc. and Mid-Century Insurance Company are settling a class action about the payment of uninsured/under-insured motorist on more than one car in a household. The complaint alleged that these payments were prohibited by Ohio law and that Farmers and Mid-Century should not have accepted them.  Read more

Resort Sales Missouri, Spinnaker Resorts Closing Costs Settlement

Resort Sales Missouri and Spinnaker Resorts are paying $1.4 million to settle a class action alleging that they violated Missouri laws by charging closing costs to those who bought timeshare properties.  Read more