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Consumer Class Actions

JC Penney violated consumer law by failing to adequately disclose a $1 monthly dormancy fee on its gift cards, a class action claims in San Diego Federal Court.

AOL kept charging customers monthly fees after they asked that their service be canceled, a class action claims in Los Angeles Federal Court. The lead plaintiff says it took 2 years for AOL to cut it out.

Verizon Wireless, Sprint-Nextel, AT&T and T-Mobile USA conspired to fix the price of text messaging services, an antitrust class action claims in Detroit Federal Court.

iBasis cheats customers of minutes on its prepaid calling cards, a class action claims in Brooklyn Federal Court.

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