Top 10 Class Action Lawsuits – March 2016

  1. Stevia – The Stevia in the Raw class action lawsuit alleges that the defendant profited enormously by claiming their product was 100% natural when in fact it contained dextrose and maltodextrin, a highly processed byproduct of GMO corn. Submit your claim here.
  2. Verizon – Verizon Wireless agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that accused the wireless phone company of using a third-party debt collector to place robocalls on their behalf in violation of federal and state laws. Submit your claim here.
  3. LR Credit – This lawsuit is about whether Defendants improperly collected debts from people in New York. Plaintiffs allege that Defendants used fraudulent practices to file debt collection lawsuits, obtain default judgments, and then collect on those judgments. Submit your claim here.
  4. Interstate – Lead plaintiff Diana Mey filed the TCPA class action lawsuit after allegedly receiving a phone call from Interstate to her cellphone which was a number registered on the National Do Not Call Registry. Mey says that Interstate was attempting to sell her an extended warranty on her car and were in possession of her vehicle information (including her VIN number) regardless of the fact that she had never made an inquiry about a warranty. Submit your claim here.
  5. PayPal – Plaintiffs in this case allege, among other things, that PayPal improperly handled disputed transactions on PayPal accounts and improperly placed holds, reserves, or limitations on accounts or closed or suspended accounts. Plaintiffs also allege that PayPal failed to provide them with annual error-resolution notices and monthly account statements allegedly required under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act. Submit your claim here.
  6. LifeLock – The Lawsuit claims that LifeLock made misrepresentations which generally fall into four categories: (1) LifeLock’s promise to provide “comprehensive” services in detecting fraud; (2) Lifelock’s promise to provide timely and continuous alerts of potential fraud twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, three hundred sixty five days a year; (3) Lifelock’s promise regarding its information security program; and (4) LifeLock’s promise to provide a “$1 Million Total Service Guarantee,” which the Class Representatives allege purports to promise insurance in an amount up to $1,000,000 against identity theft. Submit claim here.
  7. XL Foods Meat Products – The XL Foods class action lawsuit accuses the company of negligence, specifically in the design and implementation of control, sampling and testing procedures. According to the complaint, XL Foods was also sloppy when it came to managing the product recall. Submit your claim here.
  8. HSBC – The HSBC class action lawsuit claimed that as a regular practice, the bank allowed customers to use their debit cards to make purchases when their accounts were insufficient in order to charge an overdraft fee of $35. Submit your claim here.
  9. Abercrombie and Hollister – The lawsuit resolves allegations that Abercrombie & Fitch Co. and its subsidiaries violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending text messages to consumers’ mobile phones without their consent. Submit your claim here.
  10. Allstate – The lawsuit alleges that some Allstate policyholders with automobile policies issued between Nov. 27, 2009 and Dec. 29, 2015 were denied the benefit of a waiver of their collision deductible when they submitted a collision claim to Allstate involving an accident with an uninsured motorist, pursuant to Allstate’s California Amendatory Endorsement AU2250-6 or AU2250-7. Submit your claim here.