Charges in Excess of What Was Promised
Vertical Fitness Group, LLC runs gyms in Wisconsin called Xperience Fitness which offer monthly memberships and personal training. At issue in this class action are what the complaint alleges are “fraudulent billing practices,” falling under the provisions of the Electronic Funds Transfer Act (EFTA) and Wisconsin state law on Fitness Center and Weight Reduction Center Contracts.
Merchants’ Choice Payment Solutions, Woodforest National Bank, and Paysafe Payment Processing Solutions, LLC are putting together $15,000,000 to settle a class action alleging that they caused merchants to unknowingly unroll in the Merchants’ Choice payment processing services.
This class action takes on another practice of the convoluted US healthcare system in which injuries sustained in a car accident may not be paid for by the injured person’s medical insurance. The complaint claims that plaintiff Curtis Randolph was treated at Washington Regional Medical Center (WRMC), a hospital within his insurer’s network, but that the hospital did not go to the insurer for reimbursement but instead pursued Randolph, sought funds from his auto insurer, and filed a lien filed on his potential personal injury recovery from the accident.
Can landlords set penalties for late rent payments at whatever level they think is right? The complaint for this class action says, “Not in Texas,” and compares the charges of Firmus Management and Construction with the provisions for late fees in the Texas Property Code.
Chicago Title Insurance Company has agreed to settle a class action alleging that in some residential mortgage transactions, it failed to charge the discounted refinance rate for lenders’ title insurance policies.
This settles a class action alleging that Marriott did not live up to the promises of its Exchange Program. The complaint alleges that people who booked cruises through International Cruise & Excursion Gallery, Inc. (ICE), Marriott Ownership Resorts, Inc., or Marriott Resorts Travel Company, Inc.