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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that the high end fashion company Zara violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing six digits of customers' credit or debit cards instead of five, as required by FACTA.

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This lawsuit claims that Apts. Downtown and Apts. Near Campus contained various provisions that were prohibited under the Iowa Landlord Tenant Act.

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This lawsuit alleges that certain water pumps in MINI vehicles are defective and prone to leaking and failure, causing the vehicle to overhead and stall and resulting in expensive repairs.  BMW of North America, LLC is the authorized distributor of MINI vehicles in the United States.

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This lawsuit claims that Convergent violated the TCPA by calling cellular phones between October 2008 and May 2016 using an "autodial" system without prior express consent or when consent had been revoked.

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The lawsuit claims that the Ski Free® promotion at many Shell-branded fuel stations in Oregon, Michigan, Washington, and California is in fact not a free skiing program, rather it is a "buy one get one free" voucher.  There are also many date, time, resort, and other limitations.  The plaintiffs claim that this violates various state consumer protection laws.

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This class action lawsuit alleges that Birchbox, a high-end online cosmetic retailer based out of California, automatically renewed online subscriptions without clearly displaying renewal or cancelation terms.  Many of the accounts renewed were free trials.

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This lawsuit alleges that Indiana Old National Bank illegally processed debit card transactions in order of highest to lowest amount rather than chronologically.  This action led to many overdraft fees that would not have occured if the transactions had been processed in chronological order.

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Plaintiffs allege that Portfolio Recovery Associates violated the TCPA by using an automated dialing service (autodialer) to call consumers' cell phones without consent.

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This case alleges that Rockwell International and Dow Chemical mishandled nuclear waste at the Rocky Flats power plant outside of Denver, Colorado.  Soil, water, and air contamination from the radiation have diminished property values in the area.

The class action for this settlement contends that Pollo Operations, Inc. violated violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending unsolicited faxes with coupons for the company’s Pollo Tropical restaurants.

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