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Breach of warranty

Video Visits Taking Place at Terminals

If a family member or friend of yours was in prison in another state, you might be glad to hear that JPay, Inc. offered video conferencing visits, priced in thirty-minute increments. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the video conferences did not in fact last for the full thirty minutes. 

2017 Jeep Patriot

In October 2007, Plaintiff Wendy Hightman bought a new Jeep Patriot, and was told it had a Lifetime Powertrain Warranty. But the complaint for this class action alleges that in 2017, when she needed the warranty, she was told it had been cancelled because she had not had the vehicle inspected according to the narrow terms of the warranty.

Cricket Mobile Phones

Cricket Communications, LLC is settling a class action alleging that it sold phones that it knew would not be usable on its new network after it merged with AT&T. The complaint claimed the company had violated the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, state warranty law, the Maryland Consumer Protection Act, and other consumer protection laws, among other thing. 

Pair of Costa Del Mar Sunglasses (Black Frames with Orange Lenses)

Costa Del Mar, Inc. touts its sunglasses as being backed by its “rock solid Lifetime Warranty” against manufacturer’s defects. But the complaint for this class action claims that the company has violated the law, because it requires that customers pay to repair or replace the sunglasses. 

Pyrex Measuring Cup

Is it fraud if a company takes a decades-old, reliable product and changes its composition to an inferior material, which is then sold under the same name? The complaint for this class action claims cites fraud, among other things, in this case on the changed composition of Pyrex from borosilicate glass to soda lime glass.