Subway Faces FootLong Sub Consumer Fraud Class Action Lawsuit

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Newark, NJ: A consumer fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against the sandwich chain Subway, alleging it advertises the $5 Footlong sandwiches when they are not a foot long.

The lawsuit, Pendrak & Farley v. Subway Sandwich Shops Inc., et al., Superior Court for the State of New Jersey, claims the famous sandwiches actually measure between 11-11.5 inches, instead of 12 inches as advertised.

The lawsuit further claims that Subway is aware its Footlong sub sandwich is not 12 inches, because sandwich prices are set at the corporate level then sent down the line to the individual franchises. Consequently, Subway is purposefully defrauding its customers by selling so-called "$5 Footlongs,"according to the lawsuit.

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Reader Comments

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Got a " foot long and was barely over 11" i paid for for 12?

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I am very upset I go to sub way all the time

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What bullsh*t. You #ssholes are the ones who should be sued. You perpetuate our over litigious society you liberal #ssholes.

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I have purchased many many "foot longs' at Subway and always felt cheated !

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