Chipotle Faces Class Action over Rounding Up and Down on Customer Receipts

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Los Angeles, CA: A federal consumer fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against the restaurant chain Chipotle, alleging their recently introduced practice of rounding up and down on total amounts on customer receipts not only nickel and dimes customers, but also violates various contract, unfair competition and state consumer protection laws.

The lawsuit is filed on behalf of anyone in California who purchased a gargantuan burrito or other item from any of the chain's state locations between August 30, 2008 and the present.

The lawsuit seeks a court order to stop Chipotle from engaging in its allegedly "deceptive practices" and requests that damages to be paid to all affected class members.

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