LOS ANGELES (CN) – J.C. Penney and Levi Strauss cheated customers of round-trip plane tickets by failing to disclose a long list of restrictions in a promotion for people who bought $125 worth of Dockers, a class action claims in Superior Court.
Plaintiffs say “hundreds, if not thousands” of people were cheated of tickets.
Plaintiffs say they were required to buy tickets for “additional passengers” at “standard airfare;” that they had to list two choices for departures, three for destinations, and three alternative dates; that they had to agree to “Terms and Conditions” without being told what the Terms and Conditions were, among other things.
They say they were told, falsely, that they had filled out the applications incorrectly, that tickets were “no longer available,” and so on.
They also sued Togram LLC, which processes promos.
Plaintiffs are represented by Daniel Germain of Encino.