Lawsuit Investigation: Vizio May Have Mislabeled TVs with Fake Refresh Rates

August 30, 2017

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects:
Anyone who bought a Vizio television with an advertised refresh rate of 120Hz or 240Hz.
What’s Going On?
It is suspected that Vizio is selling televisions with refresh rates that are only half the advertised number.
What Signs Could Indicate a Lower Refresh Rate?
Juddering when watching sports or movies, bottom-of-the-screen news scrolls that can’t keep up with the text, high-motion programs and video games that aren’t as clear and crisp as they should be, etc.
How Could a Class Action Help?
A class action lawsuit could help you get your money back if you purchased a TV with a fake refresh rate. It could also force Vizio to change its advertising if the company's claims are found to be false.