This past week, there were many eyes on the boxing world as Vegas played host to one of the most popular fights in recent history. UFC great, Conor McGregor, was taking on arguably the best boxer of all time, Floyd Mayweather. The event drew eyes from all over the globe, as people from Vegas to Dublin were sacrificing their sleep patterns to see the groundbreaking, boundary crossing action. During the presentation, however, many complained about the stream they purchased from Showtime’s Pay-Per-View option, after spending $99 to witness history. Seconds after the closing bell, attorneys were drawing up the paperwork for a class action lawsuit for consumer fraud. For many, Showtime’s stream of the fight was grainy, slow, and stalled throughout when it wasn’t paused on an error screen. This Showtime Lawsuit will likely include many people in the jurisdiction of its class, and if you had problems with your stream during the fight, you should reach out and contact us today!
For your convenience, we have attached a full copy of the case’s complaint below, however, if you’re not comfortable with some of the language, or wish to understand any part of it better, please reach out to us via email at ConsiderTheConsumer@gmail.com and we’ll be happy to help! The complaint is as follows:
Editor’s note on the Showtime Lawsuit:
This piece is written about the recent Showtime Lawsuit. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the class action, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.
If you have any questions concerning this process or wish to speak with a law firm that has either filed or intends to handle this matter, please feel free to contact us via email at ConsiderTheConsumer@gmail.com.
Similarly, if you believe to have been affected by Showtime’s actions, please contact us immediately via our complaint portal or directly through email at ConsiderTheConsumer@gmail.com.