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Verified Credentials, Inc. is settling a class action alleging that it violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Red Wine Pouring into Glass

This settlement pertains to phantom discounts—an issue usually raised with the outlet stores of well-known brands—but this time the product is wine. The complaint alleges that Wines ’Til Sold Out ( advertised discounts on wines that were not real, because the wines had not previously been sold anywhere at the purported “original prices” quoted.

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Electrolux Home Products, Inc. is making a variety of offers as a settlement of a class action alleging that certain of its front-loading washers do not self-clean and may accumulate bacteria and mold, causing mold, mildew, odors, or damaged fabrics. The washers were sold under multiple brand names, including Electrolux, Frigidaire, Crosley, White-Westinghouse, and Kenmore.

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R.M. Galicia, Inc., doing business as Progressive Management Systems (PMS), has agreed to settle a class action alleging that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by making medical debt calls to consumer cells phones, using an automated telephone dialing system and an artificial or pre-recorded voice, without first obtaining the consumers’ express written consent.

XPO Logistics Delivery Truck

XPO Logistics is setting aside $7 million dollars to settle a class action alleging that it or its agents made deliveries to Ikea customers, then placed post-delivery survey calls to consumer cell phones using a pre-recorded voice, without first obtaining consumers’ express written consent. The complaint claims that the calls were made in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. 

Shelves at Super Saver Store

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that certain Saar’s and Super Saver Food Stores violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) by printing credit or debit card expiration dates on customers’ receipts. FACTA limits the information that may be printed on receipts in order to help prevent identity theft and invasions of privacy.

Police Direct Traffic as Marathon Fire Burns

Marathon Petroleum Corporation has agreed to settle a class action alleging that the company was negligent in not properly monitoring or maintaining the aboveground storage tank resulting in an explosion and fire on April 27, 2013, causing an alleged nuisance to people in neighboring areas.

Azek Decking

CPG International, LLC and AZEK Building Products, Inc. are settling a class action that alleges that certain AZEK decking was marketed with the claim that it would not fade, stain, scratch, or discolor. However, the complaint alleges that the decking did in fact fade, stain, scratch, or discolor.

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Selene Finance has agreed to settle a class action alleging that it charged excessive rates for force-placed insurance and placed it in a manner that enabled it to received kickbacks from the insurer. Force-placed insurance, or lender-placed insurance, is insurance placed on a property that is mortgaged or that carries a home equity line of credit.

Burger King Croissanwich

Burger King is settling a lawsuit alleging that certain of its restaurants charged higher prices for two modified Croissanwich breakfast sandwiches when customers used a buy-one-get-one-free coupon than they would have if they’d bought a single unmodified Croissanwich without a coupon.