Washington residents who receive emails from Old Navy.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys are investigating whether Old Navy violated a Washington law by sending misleading emails about the terms of its sales. If so, they may be able to file a class action lawsuit on behalf of people who received the emails.
What Could Be Misleading About the Emails?
It’s believed that Old Navy routinely sends emails advertising a “One Day Sale” when it’s planning to extend the sale to more than one day, which gives shoppers a false sense of urgency.
How Could a Lawsuit Help?
A class action lawsuit filed under the Washington Commercial Electronic Mail Act (CEMA) could potentially provide $500 per misleading email.
What You Can Do
Fill out the form on this page if you’ve received Old Navy’s sales emails. An attorney may reach out to you directly to tell you more about how you can help and why you may be owed money.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether Old Navy violated a Washington state law by sending spam emails that misled shoppers about the terms of its sales.
Specifically, they’re looking into whether Old Navy misleadingly sends emails advertising a “One Day Sale” when it’s planning to extend the sale another day – and, if so, whether a class action lawsuit can be filed under the Washington Commercial Electronic Mail Act (CEMA).
A class action lawsuit filed under the CEMA, a state-specific law that prohibits sending emails with misleading subject lines, could potentially provide $500 per misleading email.
If you’ve received sale emails from Old Navy, fill out the form on this page. The attorneys need to speak with as many people as possible as they investigate whether Washington residents were sent false or misleading emails – and whether they should be compensated as a result.
What Is the Washington CEMA?
The Commercial Electronic Mail Act is a state-specific consumer protection law passed in 1998 in an effort to cut down on email spam. The law makes it illegal to send Washington residents commercial emails with false or misleading information in the subject line.
The attorneys we work with are now looking into whether Old Navy’s sales emails that advertised a “one day sale” in the subject line constitute misleading spam emails. It’s believed that Old Navy has a pattern of extending its supposedly one-day sales and that the retailer intentionally misrepresents how long the sale prices will last in order to give shoppers a false sense of urgency.
How Could a Class Action Lawsuit Help?
Class action lawsuits filed under the CEMA could potentially allow email recipients to be paid $500 per misleading email. A lawsuit against Old Navy could also force the retailer to comply with the anti-spam law.
What You Can Do
If you’re a Washington resident who receives emails from Old Navy, fill out the form on this page. You may be able to help get a class action lawsuit started. It costs nothing to get in touch or to speak with someone about your rights, and you’re not obligated to take legal action.