Scams and Ripoffs

Companies are finding more and more ways to cheat their customers out of quality products and services. If you were ripped off by a large company, you may be able to get a class action lawsuit started.

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Attorneys have reason to believe Air Canada is breaking their contracts when it comes to refunding canceled flights – and that, as a result, consumers are losing money that they shouldn’t be.

Attorneys working with ClassAction.org would like to speak with any California resident who was charged automatically for an ongoing product or service. California has strict laws regarding what companies can and cannot do when it comes to recurring charges and a number of major companies.

Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether lawsuits can be filed on behalf of people who paid interest charges on certain deferred interest store-branded debit cards serviced by TD Bank.

Laboratory testing has found that these products – despite being advertised as “grain free” or “corn free” – actually contain corn.

The lawsuit claims that Harris Jewelry engaged in “illegal, fraudulent, and deceptive” conduct when it entered into financing agreements with and sold jewelry to active duty servicemembers.

Class actions are being filed against independent energy companies to help people get their money back for excessive gas and electric bills. Learn more.

InventHelp is facing class action lawsuits that allege the company scams aspiring inventors out of thousands of dollars for “invention promotion services” it cannot and does not intend to provide.

Getting charged impact fees? Attorneys are now helping builders get into class actions to get their money back for what may be illegal fees. Learn more.

Several energy companies, including Chesapeake Energy, are facing allegations that they deliberately and fraudulently underpaid gas royalties to leaseholders - sometimes over a span of 10 years.