Posts Tagged ‘deceptive practices’

TD Bank sued for gift card dormancy fee

February 17, 2009

Toronto-Dominion Bank and related entities are being sued in New Jersey state court on a class action basis, for allegedly deceptive practices when they issue gift cards.  Despite the clear “Good Thru Date” stamp on the gift cards, the gift card agreement fine print allows the bank to charge a “dormancy”  fee if the card is used after a certain date but before the “Good Thru Date” stamp.

Complaint courtesy Courthousenews

MyLuvCrush.com: Its your turn!

November 22, 2008

Washington State AG was able to get them to stop deceptive practices similar to those of Classmates.com where its claimed they are luring the unsuspecting into thinking their old flame is trying to contact them but it’s all just a ruse to get people to upgrade and pay more.

Kudos to MyLuvCrush.com for avoiding silly litigation!

Here’s the article