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Unfair Services

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that when they used Active Network's website ActiveAdvantage to register for races, the website automatically enrolled them in their membership program without consent.  This membership program charged plaintiffs and other class members $59.99 (later $64.99) annually.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that, as part of the 2009 and 2010 promotions, Hollister and Abercrombie issued promotional gift cards in hard copy stating the cards did not expire, or words to that effect, but then voided any balance on the gift cards.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit  allege that Hartford failed to pay or pay adequately for this type of loss under its Washington insurance policy’s UIM PD coverage, and that such an alleged failure to pay is a breach of Hartford’s automobile insurance contract and was an unfair business practice. 

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that from April 20, 2012 to March 25, 2013, Uber represented to users of Uber’s application that a “gratuity” would be automatically added at a set percentage of the metered fare. Plaintiff alleged that this representation was misleading because Plaintiff claims Uber retained a portion (typically 40%) of what was represented as a “gratuity.” 

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that McAfee violated certain California statutes and common law with regard to its autorenewal practices and its advertisements of discounts and reference prices.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that j2 Web Services charged excessive late fees for its Onebox, Phone People, and eVoice services.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit claims that First Niagara failed to timely present to the county clerks of New York State proof that mortgages had been satisfied in violation of multiple NY laws. 

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Angie's List did not disclose that companies that advertise on that website may receive better letter-grade ratings, reviews, and ranking in search results as well.

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This case alleges that First American violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act by purchasing ownerhip interests in title insurance agencies and obtaining agreements from such agencies to refer title insurance business exclusively to First American Title Insurance Company.  This case has two separate classes.  This page is for members of the Tower City Class.

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This class action lawsuit alleges that Birchbox, a high-end online cosmetic retailer based out of California, automatically renewed online subscriptions without clearly displaying renewal or cancelation terms.  Many of the accounts renewed were free trials.