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A class action has been filed against mortgage servicer LoanCare, questioning its practices with force-place insurance covering property used as collateral for mortgages.

The plaintiffs in this class action claim that Wells Fargo violated the Unruh Civil Rights Act, by discriminating against borrowers who applied for home loans through branches in minority areas. The loan officers at these branches, the complaint alleges, were not permitted to use a computer program called Loan Economics which could discount loans. 

Earth Friendly has labeled and advertised its products as “natural”. However, this class action alleges that the products are not natural, and that one of the ingredients, methylisothiazolinone (“MIT”), is an allergen and skin irritant.

This lawsuit alleges that CVS violated state consumer protection laws by creating excessive slack-fill in its CVS pain reliever packaging.

In wake of its diesel emissions scandal, Volkswagen is offering certain benefits to owners or lessees of certain affected vehicles. NOTE: THIS IS NOT A SETTLEMENT, and VW asserts that participation in this program will not waive your rights to bring suit or participate in a settlement.

This lawsuit alleges that Yamaha Motor fraudulently continued to sell a line of four stroke outboard motors after it became aware that the engine design had a safety defect that caused component parts to prematurely corrode, in violation of California Consumer and Unfair Competition laws.

This lawsuit alleges that MidFlorida Credit Union overdraft fees violated state consumer protection laws.

This class action alleges that New Penn Financial, LLC, doing business as Shellpoint Mortgage Servicing, unlawfully and improperly maximized its revenue by utilizing automated computer systems to assess unnecessary and unwarranted fees on the mortgage loan accounts it was servicing, including Property Inspection fees, Property Preservation fees, Broker Price Opinion and Property Appraisal fees.

This class action alleges that when users of AOL e-mail have had their accounts hacked and files are subsequently lost, the company has offered those customers paid membership services on a free 30-day trial basis as a means to help them recover the missing data, only to delay the promised assistance until monthly charges become applicable under the agreement.

This class action alleges that Yale, a database of public records and employment histories, provided inaccurate information that overstated legal offenses in a way that caused the plaintiff to lose a job he had been offered, and also that it did not provide the plaintiff with timely notice of the report.

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