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Unfair Services

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This lawsuit alleges that TINDER deceptively advertised its online dating  “app” in two ways.  First, it advertised its services as free but then required a $2.99 monthly payment for unlimited swipes.  Then Tinder upped the monthly fee to $19.99 but also debited consumers accounts the additional $2.99. 

This lawsuit alleges that JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. engaged in an illegal scheme as the exclusive provider of a debit card with exploitative high fees to federal corrections facilities releasees, in violation of federal requirements and state consumer protection laws.

This lawsuit alleges that Six Continents Hotels in California has allegedly monitored and recorded incoming calls without notifying callers, against California state law. Callers who spoke to a Six Continents Hotels representative on a toll-free number between March 1, 2011 and July 18, 2012 could be entitled to a cash payment from the class action settlement.

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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.