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Class Action Legal News articles include legal news and lawsuit information about lawsuits filed, settlements reached and verdicts rendered in class action cases dealing with personal injury, defective products, bad drugs and other consumer law related news issues. Many of these articles include interviews from top legal professionals with guidance on legal recourse options from losses resulting from bad drugs, medical malpractice, investment fraud, personal injury, defective products and negligent employers.

  • Best Buy: Don't Fall into Their Trap
    Best Buy: Don't Fall into Their Trap
    December 27, 2007

    Jacksonville, FLBest Buy is coming under fire for a number of unfair consumer practices. One of the Best Buy complaints that LawyersandSettlements hears about most often is that the company applies payments to credit cards late, even if the customer has paid well ahead of time. This is the complaint that Tony (not his real name) has about Best Buy since he purchased a digital camera from the company.

  • When Paid in Full Is Not Enough
    When Paid in Full Is Not Enough
    December 17, 2007

    Knoxville, TN When Jamie E. walked into his local Best Buy store with $3,800 in his pocket, he had no idea his purchase would continue to cost him money month after month after month. But after putting the remaining few hundred dollars of his total purchase price on Best Buy's deferred payment, no interest credit card, Jamie has been getting a bill every single month.

  • Best Buyer Beware: Read the Fine Print
    Best Buyer Beware: Read the Fine Print
    December 11, 2007

    Miami, FL In a society where increasingly 'No' means 'Yes,' it seems 'Best' takes on a whole new meaning with Best Buy credit cards. The giant retail chain is in trouble again, this time over deferred payment credit cards.

  • Best Buy: Shady Dealings and Deceptive Business Practices
    Best Buy: Shady Dealings and Deceptive Business Practices
    November 20, 2007

    Bettendorf, IA Stephanie Kraft is not happy with Best Buy. "Two magazine subscriptions were charged to my credit card and I didn't even ask for a trial subscription," she says. What was the Best Buy cashier thinking—that no means yes?

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