A class action in superior court claims Conde Nast magazines “enrolls consumers in automatic renewal or continuous service subscriptions without providing the ‘clear and conspicuous’ disclosures mandated by California law.”
A class action claims Peopleconnect dba Intelius advertises a “people search” online for 95 cents, but says in much smaller font it will automatically renew the “subscription” for $29.95, and that the listed phone number for complaints was disconnected, in San Luis Obispo County Court.
A class claims Disney Interactive Studios illegally enrolls consumer in automatic renewals of subscriptions to its Disney Movie Club, and charges their credit cards without consent, in San Diego Superior Court.
A federal class action claims that MLB Advanced Media dba MLB.Com offers a one-year subscription for $79.99, but automatically renews at $112.99 after eight months, double-billing for the final four months of the first year.
ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
A class accuses Blue Apron of relying on an unconscionable arbitration clause to resolve a dispute over the meal-delivery service’s billing practices under California’s Automatic Renewal Law.