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Thanks to a case brought by the Federal Trade Commission, NetSpend has agreed to provide refunds and settle a case related to NetSpend’s prepaid debit cards.  The plaintiff alleged that NetSpend advertised immediate access to funds, guaranteed approval, and always-available funds, among other benefits, that they did not or could not provide.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that the Cryptsy acted unlawfully by denying users the ability to withdraw or use the funds in their accounts and by stealing the digital currency held in the Cryptsy customer accounts for their own use. Cryptsy operated an online business for general consumers and the public to exchange, invest, and trade in digital cryptocurrencies, such as “Bitcoin” and

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that estates of Pennsylvania decedents were improperly denied real estate tax rebates under the Senior Citizens Property Tax and Rent Rebate Assistance Act.

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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 allege that PayPal improperly handled disputed transactions on PayPal accounts and improperly placed holds, reserves or limitations on accounts or closed or suspended accounts. Plaintiffs also allege that PayPal failed to provide them with annual error-resolution notices and monthly account statements allegedly required under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit argue that Credit Acceptance Corp. issued default judgments against incarcerated individuals without waiting the proper amount of time for a response.  Credit Acceptance Corp. gave the individuals 30 days to respond, while Arkansas law allows incarcerated citizens 60 days to respond.

This securities fraud class action lawsuit alleges that KLX, Inc. violated the federal securities law by materially misrepresenting the value of its intangible assets and its goodwill associated with the Company's Energy Services Group, along with its policies and the methodology implemented to calculate goodwill, risk and asset impairment, conduct which ultimately caused significant losses to investors.

This class action lawsuit alleges that CNX Gas Company and Noble Energy, Inc. fraudulently entered into lease agreements with the owners of oil and gas mineral rights in West Virginia which provided for flat-fee post production expense deductions from royalty payments owed.

This class action lawsuit alleges that Metropolitan Life Insurance Company ("MetLife") breached its fiduciary duties to ERISA-covered retirement plan clients by failing to disclose key information including the manner in which it sets the internal "crediting rate" used to distribute capital investment income to their accounts.

This class action lawsuit alleges that Chesapeake Energy Corporation intentionally and systematically miscalculated and underpaid natural gas royalties to individual lessors within Pennsylvania.

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