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Unfair Services

This settlement resolves a class action alleging that the City of Dubuque, Iowa overcharged its utility customers for franchise fees. 

This class action alleges that Rite Aid’s flat-fee charge for producing pharmacy records is unreasonable and unlawful.

This class action alleges that Priceline violated the California Revenue and Tax Code as well as consumer protection laws by failing to refund taxes and fees charged to customers for prepaid transactions that never took place, even though Priceline also failed to pay those sums as taxes.

This lawsuit alleges that Capital One Bank and Wells Fargo Bank assessed illegal fees to users of Capital One debit cards and Wells Fargo ATMs, in violation of the Electronic Funds Transfer Act.

This lawsuit alleges that Bank of America deceptively enrolled customers in and charged for insurance plan protection products without express and informed consent, in violation of the Truth in Lending Act.


This class action alleges that Business Information Group violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) by providing inaccurate reports to prospective employers and other third parties, and by not providing the required notice to the subject of the reports, allowing him to correct the inaccuracies. 

Oak Creek Park, Inc., doing business as Rental Express, has settled a class action alleging that its lease-purchase contracts fail to make certain disclosures about the costs of the contracts according to Georgia state law. 

Liberty Tax has settled a class action alleging that it violated state and federal laws when it facilitated refund anticipation financial products via the Republic Bank from 2009-2012 by failing to properly disclose fees and annual percentage rates for what plaintiffs assert was a loan. 

This lawsuit alleges that Foremost Insurance Company Grand Rapids, Michigan breached its contractual duty to policyholders by depreciating both materials and labor costs in determining the “actual cash value” to paid for repairs, in violation of Arkansas law. 

This class action lawsuit alleges that Caliber Home Loans, in conjunction with American Security Insurance Company, engaged in a force-placed insurance scheme which caused mortgage borrowers to pay inflated, unjust and unearned commissions, fees and kickbacks.