There’s still time to take action if your personal data was impacted by the recent Xfinity data breach. Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are looking to move forward with arbitration claims that could mean hundreds of dollars for those who sign up. More on this below.
From there, attorneys are looking into Toufayan Bakeries as they suspect the company’s wraps, pitas and other products may not contain as much usable protein as advertised. The next story touches on an investigation into online retailers who may be listing fake former prices to make their “sales” look more enticing. This is something we’ve covered before, but another company has been added to the list of those under investigation – luxury footwear seller Oliver Cabell.
We’ll round out this issue by touching on a recently filed lawsuit claiming that Carvana violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unwanted marketing texts. Keep reading for the details, as well as the latest in class action settlements.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are still gathering consumers to take action in light of the recent Xfinity data breach. If you were affected by the December 2023 Xfinity data breach, you can learn more and sign up here. Though there are no guarantees, those who participate in the mass arbitration could be entitled to hundreds of dollars.
Illinois residents: Did you buy Toufayan Bakeries' Smart Pockets, Pitas, Wraps, Mini Pitettes, Bagels or Flat Bread? If so, you may have been misled about the products’ protein content. Attorneys are investigating whether Toufayan Bakeries violated food labeling regulations by leaving out the percentage of the daily value for protein that each serving of its products contains, which would give consumers an idea as to the quality of the protein they’re ingesting and how much of it is actually “usable.” Learn more about the investigation and why not all protein is created equal here.
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Joining the list of companies under investigation for potentially advertising fake reference prices is luxury footwear brand Oliver Cabell. It’s believed that the company, along with other online retailers, may be deceptively listing its products as “on sale” from higher “regular” prices that the items were never actually sold at, leading shoppers to believe they’re getting a better deal than they actually are. If you bought shoes from Oliver Cabell at a marked-down price, head on over to this page for more on the investigation.
A proposed class action is claiming that Carvana has unlawfully sent promotional text messages to consumers. Specifically, the suit accuses the online car retailer of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, a federal law that requires companies to obtain consent before using automated technology to send non-emergency telemarketing messages. The plaintiff, for instance, says that he was bombarded with texts from Carvana even though he never gave the company his phone number and despite requests to opt out. You can find all the details on this page.
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