PHOENIX – Do outlet stores sell the same things you can find in their other stores, but at better prices? Many outlet buyers think so.
However, a class action lawsuit alleges that Coach outlet stores don’t work that way.
The lawsuit alleges that, despite labels that have markings on, Coach outlet stores are full of items made specifically for outlets and not otherwise sold.
Scott Hardy of topclassactions.com says billing means you purchased from a Coach outlet store between December 23, 2011 and August 24, 2020. The item must have a suggested retail price label.
Customers can receive $ 10 cash or a $ 40 voucher.
The deadline for filing a claim is Thursday, January 21, 2021.
Coach alleges no wrongdoing in resolving this lawsuit. Click here to learn more about this settlement.
Another billing includes questions about a lifetime warranty. It sounds great until you try to use some of them and find out about all of the conditions that can make them unusable.
A lawsuit against Costa Del Mar alleges that the lifetime warranty on sunglasses comes with an unfair repair fee. The suit claims it’s more than a nominal charge.
A settlement means you can qualify for a portion of the $ 60 million settlement if you bought and paid for repairs before 2018.
The deadline for filing a claim is January 31, 2021.
Costa Del Mar is making no allegations of wrongdoing in resolving this lawsuit. Click here to learn more about this settlement.
Another class action lawsuit involves something you may not know. Privacy laws prevent receipts for credit and debit cards from showing more than the last five digits.
Receipts cannot display expiration information either.
A lawsuit against Everi, the provider of ATMs and casinos, alleged that the receipts contained more numbers than allowed.
If you happened to have these receipts from February 2016 to 2019, you could get up to $ 60 per violation.
Everi claims no wrongdoing in resolving this lawsuit.
The deadline for filing a claim is February 1, 2021. Click here for more information on this settlement.
However, the law allows up to $ 1000 per violation if you can prove it. Unfortunately, you may have to go to court to get it.
Click here to learn more about the terms and conditions for receiving credit cards.