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ButcherBox Subscription Automatic Renewals California Class Action

California has strict laws on automatic renewals of subscriptions and continuous service offers. The complaint for this class action alleges that ButcherBox, LLC did not meet the requirements for these renewals for consumers in the state of California. The complaint claims the company did not provide the automatic renewal or continuous service offer terms, cancellation  Read more

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Synapse Magazine Auto Renewal California Settlement

Nearly $5 million is the price Synapse Group, Inc. and SynapseConnect, Inc. are paying to settle a class action alleging that their automatic magazine subscription renewals violated California law. The complaint alleged that the companies did not give consumers clear and conspicuous notice of the automatic renewal terms.  Read more

SeaWorld EZpay Passholders Settlement

SeaWorld is paying $12 million to settle a class action claiming that it breached contracts when it automatically renewed EZpay contracts with passholders. The EZpay contracts allow consumers to make monthly payments for yearlong passes to SeaWorld theme parks. The complaint alleged that renewals in some cases also violated the Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA).  Read more

Yoga Club Workout Clothing Subscription California Class Action

It seems that anything can be sold by subscription these days. Yoga Club, LLC sells yoga workout clothing and related products and offers a service that sends subscribers a three-piece yoga outfit each month. But the complaint for this class action claims that the company does not obey California’s laws for subscription or continuous service  Read more

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Apollo Box Subscription Sales California Class Action

Many companies now sell their products by subscription or continuous service agreements. They offer not only music or news but also clothing and home décor products, and at times consumers are not aware that they have signed up for more than their original purchase. The complaint for this class action alleges that Apollo Box, Inc.  Read more

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Le Tote Clothing Rental Subscriptions California Class Action

Le Tote, Inc. is one of a growing number of companies who provide goods and services by subscription or continuous service agreements. But the complaint for this class action alleges that Le Tote sells to consumers in California without obeying California laws on laws on automatic subscription renewal or continuous service agreements.  Read more

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Simple Habit Automatic Subscription Renewal California Class Action

One of California’s many consumer protection laws deals with the way companies can renew customer subscriptions. The complaint for this class action alleges that Simple Habit, Inc. did not follow that law and made charges to customers’ payment methods for ongoing product shipments or deliveries of service, without obtaining those customers’ consent.  Read more

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Brain.fm Automatic Subscription Renewal California Class Action

Among California’s consumer protection laws is one that limits the way companies can renew customer subscriptions. The complaint for this class action alleges that Brain.fm, Inc. did not follow that law and charged customers’ payment methods for ongoing deliveries of service without fulfilling the details of the law.  Read more

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Crunch Waterfront Fitness Club Membership Law Violations Class Action

Like a lot of health or fitness clubs, Crunch Waterfront operates on a membership basis. But the compliant for this class action claims that the club did not obey laws governing health club memberships and/or renewing such memberships without the members’ approval.   Read more

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Subscription Sign-Up Without Consent Investigation

How would you like to buy an item online—some Adore Me underwear, for example—and find out, months later, that the company charged you each month for more underwear? No, it hasn’t sent you anything, but you’re welcome to pick something out for the money it’s already taken from you. It claims that when you made  Read more

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