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Amazon.com “Subscribe & Save” Deceptive Subscription Program Class Action

Amazon.com, Inc. has instituted a Subscribe & Save (S&S) program that the complaint for this class action alleges is “unlawfully administered.” The complaint claims the program makes use of dark patterns that trick consumers into subscribing, repeats orders at too-frequent intervals, and is difficult to cancel.  Read more

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Tesla “Autopilot” and “Fully Self-Driving” Claims Class Action

Tesla, Inc., which does business as Tesla Motors, Inc., is associated with advanced and self-driving vehicles, but this class action alleges that the company has made excessive claims about its vehicles’ abilities and safety. It brings suit against Tesla, Tesla Lease Trust, and Tesla Finance, LLC, alleging the companies have promised consumers more than they  Read more

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Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Reports of Sickness and Death Class Action

Since Seresto flea and tick collars first appeared, the complaint for this class action alleges, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has collected reports of roughly 2,500 pet deaths and more than 98,000 other incidents linked to the collars. This class action, against Bayer Healthcare, LLC, Bayer Corporation, and Elanco Animal Health, Inc., claims that the  Read more

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State of Survival False Bargains in In-Game Purchases Class Action

State of Survival (SOS) is a survival strategy mobile-app game with a zombie, post-apocalyptic theme. This class action brings suit against the companies responsible for it, FunPlus International AG and KingsGroup Holdings, alleging that the companies engage in false reference pricing or similar deceptive practices to encourage players to make in-app purchases.  Read more

State of Survival Game

One A Day Gummies Require Two A Day Dose Class Action

This complaint brings suit against Bayer AG, Bayer Corporation, and Bayer Healthcare, LLC for their One A Day gummies or chewable supplements. Although consumers who buy One A Day capsules can take one capsule a day to get the intended daily nutritional benefit, the complaint for this class action alleges that this is not true  Read more

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Harley-Davidson Warranty Tying Arrangement Class Action

Harley-Davidson Motor Company Group, LLC makes Harley-Davidson brand motorcycles, along with their parts and accessories. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the company offers warranties that include a tying arrangement, or “unlawful repair restriction” because they require that the warranty will not remain valid unless only an authorized repair service or authorized  Read more

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Great Value “Honey Mustard” Contains More Sugar Than Honey Class Action

Many consumers nowadays avoid sugar when they can for health reasons. As a substitute, they often look for honey and products that use honey instead of sugar as a sweetener. This class action brings suit against Walmart’s Great Value Honey Mustard, claiming that it misleads consumers to think it is sweetened primarily with honey, when  Read more

Hopper Price Freeze Hidden Limits on Price Protection Class Action

Hopper (USA), Inc. offers a product it calls Price Freeze that purports to allow would-be travelers to freeze the price of hotels, flights, and car rentals they’re interested in, in order to have more time before they commit to arrangements. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Hopper in fact only protects from  Read more

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Frey Brothers “Free Trials” Create Subscriptions Class Action

Frey Brothers, Inc. makes products for laundry, home, and personal care. One way that it markets its products is through free trial offers. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Frey’s free trials are misleading and that its fine print describes these not as “Free Samples” but as “Sample to Subscription.”  Read more

Frey Brothers Laundry Products

Dave App Cash Advances High Borrowing Costs Class Action

Dave, Inc. provides the Dave app, which lets people “get paid early,” advancing them up to $250, purportedly without charging them a fee. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Dave is skirting lending regulations “through a linguistic trick: calling the payments to use its service ‘tips,’ ‘express fees,’ and a ‘subscription fee,’  Read more

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