This lawsuit alleges that two consumer credit reporting agencies, Experian and TransUnion, willfully and negligently included inaccurate information in the credit reports of a Texas resident, in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
This lawsuit alleges that Navient, the successor entity to student lender Sallie Mae, charged student loan interest rates to California borrowers that were in excess of the 10% annual interest rate limit permitted by California Usury laws.
This matter alleges that Sprint charged customers for unauthorized third-party services from companies provided Premium SMS services like ringtones, wallpapers, and text message subscriptions to things like horoscopes and celebrity gossip.
This class action alleges that when Wal-Mart gave a customer a refund for an item purchased at Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club retail stores or online at Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club websites, it did not refund the entire amount of sales tax the customer had paid at the time of purchase.
This class action alleges that Digital River and Symantec violated consumer protection laws and common law by charging customers for Extended Download Service or Norton Download Insurance (the ability to re-download software they had purchased) without disclosing that free ways existed to re-download.