ClassAction.org Newsletter Archive October 17, 2019 — Issue #69
Even in the healthcare industry, there are several companies that seem to prioritize their bottom lines over the goods and services they provide.
October 10, 2019 — Issue #68
Travel can be expensive, but it shouldn’t seem like an indulgence because of overpriced travel insurance or a new car that keeps stalling.
October 1, 2019 — Issue #67
From pet food to proper wages, it looks like companies are still trying to pull one over on those they employ and provide products to – all for the sake of higher profits.
September 19, 2019 — Issue #66
The thrill of finding a great deal may be ruined, but class actions are now being filed to remedy any wrongdoings at hand. Read on for the latest class action lawsuits and investigations.
September 5, 2019 — Issue #65
In our latest issue, we’ll tackle a handful of allegedly defective products (surprise, surprise) and the more delicate matter of how Google and YouTube may be unfairly censoring the LGBTQ+ community.
August 22, 2019 — Issue #64
Car issues continue to be a staple on ClassAction.org, so news of a possible Cadillac touch screen defect and problematic fuel filler necks in Dodge Rams may not be surprising news.
August 15, 2019 — Issue #63
Live from your inbox, we have news on tablets that are reportedly catching fire, a company that may not be properly vetting its dog walkers, and hair dye that may be more dangerous than customers realize.
August 6, 2019 — Issue #62
Just last week Capital One announced a new data breach, and now the Equifax saga is coming to an end with a $671 million settlement that’s awaiting final approval from a judge.
August 1, 2019 — Issue #61
Insurance providers are under some scrutiny in this issue. They stand accused of denying claims for medically necessary treatments so they can keep their profits high.
July 18, 2019 — Issue #60
This time around we have investigations into a certain brand of leaky pipes and pipe fittings, things coal mining companies are and aren’t allowed to do, counterfeit books on Amazon, and some potentially dangerous jogging strollers.
July 11, 2019 — Issue #59
There’s plenty to complain about in this world – some things big, other small. But one thing is for sure – your car catching on fire would definitely count as one of those “big” things.
June 27, 2019 — Issue #58
Read on for investigations into travel insurance, plus a lawsuit against a popular drink manufacturer that’s supposedly hiding something from its customers.
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