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Deceptive Advertising

Angie's List Super Service Award

Angie’s List offers consumers a list of local service providers (plumbers, carpenters, masseuses, etc). The beauty of Angie’s List is that it allows consumers who have already had experience with particular service providers to post unbiased and objective reviews about them. Consumers pay a monthly fee to get access to these reviews before hiring a service provider. This lawsuit alleges that Angie’s List violates consumer protection laws because, without notice to customers, it more prominently displays information for local service providers who have paid an advertising fee to Angie’s List. 

Candy Crush Game Image

Candy Crush is a mobile game. Players can purchase extra “lives” to play the game. The class action alleges that King, the maker of the game, removed “lives” from players’ accounts, so that they did not get the number of “lives” they had paid for. 

Safeway Open Nature 100% Natural Store Brand Logo

This lawsuit alleges Safeway violated state consumer protection laws when it marketed certain waffles under the Open Nature brand as “100% Natural” when in fact those products contained sodium acid pyrophosphate (“SAPP”).

Sunoco Rewards Card Class Action Lawstuit

This lawsuit alleges that Sunoco does not always pay the 5 cent per gallon discount it advertises to Sunoco Rewards Credit Card cardholders.

Baby Orajel Naturals Allegedly Not Natural

This class action alleges that Church & Dwight violates consumer protection laws in the marketing and design of Baby Orajel Naturals teething tablets, Baby Orajel Naturals teething gel and Baby Orajel Naturals nighttime teething gel.

This lawsuit alleges that Colgate intentionally misrepresented to consumers that washing their hands with certain Colgate brand Softsoap Antibacterial Handsoaps – which contains the active ingredient triclosan – is more effective at killing or eliminating germs than washing with ordinary or conventional liquid hand soaps, which do not contain triclosan.

This case alleges that Schiff Nutrition did not have scientific support for its claims that various of its products were effective in preventing arthritis.

This case alleged that Peg Perego violated California and federal law by labeling its childrens vehicles as "Made in America" when in fact those bikes were not made in the United States.

This case alleged that Van’s "violated consumer protection laws when it labeled certain products as 'all natural'".  Many of its products contain Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (SAPP) and the allegations are that food products can not be labeled as "all natural" when those products contain SAPP.