Class Action Lawsuit List | Open & Current Cases
This is ClassAction.org's current list of open lawsuits and investigations. The goal of this section is to provide consumers with a comprehensive resource on class action and mass tort lawsuits.
Actived: Friday Feb 26, 2021
Upset About the Zappos Settlement? Here Are Your Options
Those covered by the settlement will receive a 10-percent-off coupon in the form of a discount code that can be applied to a future purchase on Zappos.com or through the Zappos mobile app. The discount codes are valid until December 31, 2019, unless the settlement is not granted final approval at a hearing on December 20, in which case the
Closets by Design Accused of Selling Home Organizer
The lawsuit claims though the defendants have continuously offered 40-percent-off and $200-off coupons on their website since at least 2015, they have never sold their home organizer systems for the reference prices listed in advertising. “Accordingly, the reference price and the supposed ‘sale’ based on the reference price are deceptive
Class Action Says Anti-Steering Rules in American Express
According to the suit, the defendants’ anti-steering rules prohibit merchants that accept Amex cards from “steering” customers toward the business’ preferred card network, which the case points out often occurs with “buy one, get one free” promotions and coupons that offer a percentage off the price of a product in the future.
FL Class Action Case Alleges Hobby Lobby’s Discount, Sales
The case states the man purchased a small table marked as “Always 30% off” for $83.99. While the plaintiff believed he would pay a final price of $50.39 for the table, his 40 percent-off coupon was supposedly used against a price of $119.99. As the case alleges, Hobby Lobby’s pricing for certain items appears to be entirely fabricated:
Read the Fine Print: Class Action Claims Kellogg’s
According to the lawsuit, the money-off promotions amount essentially to Kellogg’s making a “free” offer to shoppers. The complaint says these types of offers are subject to regulations set by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), who recognized that such deals “must be made with extreme care so as to avoid any possibility that consumers
Class Action Claims Kohl’s Automatically Opts Consumers
The plaintiff in the case claims she texted the defendant in late-May 2018 in response to an online third-party advertisement offering her a 15-percent-off Kohl’s coupon. The woman says she then received a reply from the company informing her that she had been enrolled in “Kohl’s Mobile Sales Alerts!” program despite never having agreed
Gift Card Laws: An Interactive State-by-State Guide
Federal Regulations: ( rules that apply regardless of where you live ) Gift cards cannot expire before five years from date of purchase; Reloadable gift card funds are valid for five years from the date of the most recent reload
Lumber Liquidators Lawsuit & Formaldehyde Complaints
The majority alleged that the company sold flooring that “off-gases” an excessive amount of formaldehyde. The company was also sued for allegedly marketing its “Dream Home” Chinese laminate flooring as “extremely durable” when this may not be the case. Lumber Liquidators has agreed to resolve these claims.