Did you know that companies love to false advertise to make more money? If you participate in a sale from Jan. 17, 2013 and Oct. 23, 2017, then you may be eligible for a potential award from the California Sports Warehouse Fake Sale Class Action Lawsuit. This lawsuit claims that Sports Warehouse deceived consumers by using false price comparison advertising. These fake sale advertisements violate California laws which prohibit the advertisement of goods as discounted from false former prices and prohibit misleading statements about the existence and the amount of the advertised price reductions. California Sports Warehouse denies the allegations but decided to settle the matter to mitigate ongoing litigation expenses. If you are eligible, file a claim by May 21, 2018 to receive your award!
California Sports Warehouse Fake Sale CAL:
- California Sports Warehouse Fake Sale Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: May 21, 2018
- Who’s Eligible: Class Members of the Sports Warehouse settlement include anyone who purchased merchandise from Sports Warehouse that was advertised with a price comparison between Jan. 17, 2013 and Oct. 23, 2017. NOTE: To qualify for benefits from the Sports Warehouse class action settlement, you must have been a resident of California at the time of purchase.
- Proof of Purchase: must submit their claims online and provide the CPT ID and Passcode that was provided to them in the notice of the class action settlement.
- Case Name & Number: McDuffee v. Sports Warehouse, Case No. 37-2017-00001781-CU-BT-NC, in the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of San Diego
How To File a Claim:
- Head over to the California Sports Warehouse Fake Sale Claim Form.
- Look over the claim form to see if you are eligible.
- Complete the claim form with your information.
- Submit your claim by May 21, 2018 to receive your potential award!
Sports Warehouse allegedly faked price comparisons between January 17, 2013 & October 23, 2017 to deceive consumers into purchasing goods. These tactics falls under fake sale advertisements and violates California law. Sports Warehouse denies all wrong doings and has decided to settle the matter in order to mitigate ongoing litigation expense. If you bought merchandise from Sports Warehouse between the time period mentioned above then you may be eligible for a potential award from the California Sports Warehouse Fake Sale Class Action Lawsuit. If you are eligible, be sure to file a claim by May 21, 2018. Don’t forget to take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!
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