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Wells Fargo Merchant Services Charges Settlement

Wells Fargo Merchant Services, LLC will pay up to $40 million to settle a class action alleging it added excessive charges to merchants’ monthly invoices. Merchants are hoping to recover the amount of the excessive charges and other relief.  Read more

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Credit Union 1 Multiple Non-Sufficient Funds Fees on One Item Class Action

Credit Union 1 (CU1) is the second-largest credit union in Alaska. The complaint for this class action alleges that CU1 has improperly been charging additional fees on a single item if it gets presented for payment more than once. Until it changed its disclosures, the complaint says, the multiple charges on single items violated its  Read more

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Fifth Third Bank and Non-Fifth Third ATM Fees Settlement

Fifth Third Bank is settling a class action against it for more than $5 million. The complaint alleged that the bank breached its contract with account holders by charging them Non-Fifth Third ATM fees for balance inquiries at ATMs that were not in its network, and for charging them more than one such fee when  Read more

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ADP Charges for Services for Terminated Employees Class Action

ADP, LLC provides payroll and human resource management services to companies. The complaint for this class action alleges that ADP sometimes continues to charge per-person fees for terminated employees unless the company involved specifically “archives” the terminated persons. It also claims that ADP does not adequately disclose the need to take this step, but simply  Read more

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Insperity 401(k) Retirement Plan Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Reliance Trust Company, Insperity, Inc., Insperity Holdings, Inc., and Insperity Retirement Services, LP, claiming they violated ERISA in their operation and administration of the Insperity 401(k) Plan. The lawsuit alleged the companies caused the plan to pay too much for administrative and investment services, and also that they  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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Envision Healthcare Anesthesia Charges Arizona Settlement

Envision Healthcare Corporation, EmCare, Inc., and Anesthesia Physicians of Arizona, PC are settling a class action that centers on billing for anesthesia services. The complaint alleged that the companies violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act because they did not provide sufficient information about their identity, network status, and fees, and then charged patients excessive rates.  Read more

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Mercedes-Benz Retirement Plan Breach of Fiduciary Duties ERISA Class Action

The Employee Retirement Security Income Act (ERISA) was intended to protect people who have private retirement plans with their companies. Those who are in charge of those plans have fiduciary duties towards the participants and beneficiaries, including a duty to make sure the fees and expenses of those plans are reasonable. This class action brings  Read more

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Schwab DAF Charitable Fund Breach of Fiduciary Duties Class Action

This class action involves the Schwab donor-advised fund (DAF), a charitable entity that is part of the Schwab Charitable Fund. The complaint alleges that Schwab Charitable, the Schwab Board of Directors, and the Schwab Charitable Investment Oversight Committee have breached their fiduciary duties to the Schwab DAF, in violation of common law as well as  Read more

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Costa Del Mar Sunglasses Settlement

Costa Del Mar, Inc. is choosing to settle a class action concerning repairs on its sunglasses. The complaint alleged that the company charged more than the advertised “nominal fee” for repairs to sunglasses required due to accidents, normal wear and tear, or misuse, and charged fees to repair sunglasses that supposedly were covered by a  Read more

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