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AT&T Mobility Administrative Fee California Settlement

AT&T Mobility, LLC is settling a California class action alleging it charged consumers’ post-paid wireless accounts a monthly administrative fee that was not fair and not adequately disclosed in its advertisements. The complaint alleged AT&T charged and increased the administrative fee in a deceptive and unfair manner.  Read more

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Buffalo Wild Wings 99-Cent Takeout Service Fee Class Action

The defendants in this class action are Buffalo Wild Wings International, Inc. and its parent company, Inspire Brands, Inc. The complaint alleges that Buffalo Wild Wings stores displays “deceptive and untruthful menu prices” to customers who are placing takeout orders, because it adds 99 cents to each such order.  Read more

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Vivid Seats Hiding of Additional Charges California Class Action

Vivid Seats, LLC sells tickets to concerts, sports events, and other live shows, but the complaint for this class action alleges that it encourages people to buy by “advertising artificially low ticket prices while hiding the amount of fees it charges for each sale.” The complaint claims that only at checkout do consumers find out  Read more

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StubHub Display of Ticket Fees California Settlement

StubHub, Inc. is settling a California class action alleging that its way of displaying ticket fees charged to customers violated California consumer protection laws. The complaint alleged that showing the fees for the first time at the end of the purchase process—that is, at checkout—violated sections of the California Business and Professions Code and the  Read more

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