In this issue, we’ll continue to touch on the growing concern of how companies handle our personal information, as attorneys investigate MUBI and the potential use of tracking tools by the movie streaming service. From there, we have an open investigation affecting consumers who have an Ambetter from PA Health & Wellness plan and had problems finding in-network healthcare.
Then, attorneys suspect that wet slip owners and lessees at Safe Harbor Marina locations in Florida may have been overcharged for electricity, and an ongoing lawsuit claims that at least 70 varieties of wet and dry pet foods touted as “natural” by Nestlé Purina contain multiple synthetic ingredients. Keep reading for these stories, as well as the latest class action settlements you may be able to claim.
If you watched videos on MUBI.com or the MUBI app on the same device that you use to log into your Facebook account, your privacy may have been violated. Specifically, attorneys suspect that the movie streaming service may have used tracking tools on its website and app to secretly transmit details about subscribers and the movies they’ve streamed to Facebook – and a lawsuit could be filed because of it. MUBI account holders in California, Illinois and Massachusetts should learn more here.
Attention Ambetter from PA Health & Wellness customers: If you visited a doctor who was listed in your online provider directory as “in network” only to be hit with an out-of-network bill or if you experienced significant trouble finding a covered provider, you aren’t alone. Attorneys are investigating whether the health insurance company broke federal law by failing to provide up-to-date, accurate and complete provider directories. If you have an Ambetter from PA Health & Wellness plan and you’ve experienced trouble finding in-network and timely care due to directory errors, learn more here.
Our settlements page is always being updated. Have you checked to see if you're covered by any open settlements? You can also check out the latest settlements as they happen by following us on Twitter.
You may be included in this settlement if you bought an App Store & iTunes gift card between May 2017 and July 2020 and that gift card was redeemed by an unknown third party before you could redeem it yourself.
Attorneys are investigating whether Safe Harbor Marina locations in Florida may be overcharging boat owners for electricity – and now, they need to hear from those who own or lease a boat slip at one of these locations to determine if a lawsuit can be filed. A class action lawsuit could help consumers get back some of the money they may have overpaid in electric bills at their marina. If this sounds like something you’ve been going through, head over to this page for the details.
Several Nestlé Purina products are under scrutiny as a lawsuit has been filed claiming that at least 70 varieties of wet and dry pet foods touted as “natural” by Nestlé Purina contain multiple synthetic ingredients. Specifically, the case alleges that many products sold under the Purina, Purina ONE, Beyond Mixers+, and Fancy Feast brands have been mislabeled and falsely advertised due to their inclusion of ingredients such as glycerin, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate and thiamine mononitrate. You can find the details on this page.
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