Just a few days ago, in March 2018, a Consumer Class Action Lawsuit was filed against Bump Boxes, Inc. Bump Boxes offers subscriptions for monthly pregnancy gifts. The Bump Boxes Class Action Lawsuit alleges that the company allegedly failed to adequately disclose the terms of its automatic renewal and continuous service offers and, as a result, charging consumers without their consent. Here’s what we know about the Bump Boxes Lawsuit.
The Bump Boxes Class Action complaint alleges that During the Class Period, Defendant made automatic renewal or continuous service offers to consumers in California and (a) at the time of making the automatic renewal or continuous service offers, failed to present the automatic renewal offer terms or continuous service offer terms, in a clear and conspicuous manner and in visual proximity to the request for consent to the offer before the subscription or purchasing agreement was fulfilled in violation of Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17602(a)(l ); (b) charged Plaintiff’s and Class Members’ credit or debit cards, or third-party account (hereinafter “Payment Method”) without first obtaining Plaintiff’s and Class Members’ affirmative consent to the agreement containing the automatic renewal offer terms or continuous service offer terms in violation of Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code§ 17602(a)(2); and (c) failed to provide an acknowledgment that includes the automatic renewal or continuous service offer terms, cancellation policy, and information regarding how to cancel in a manner that is capable of being retained by the consumer in violation of Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 17602(a)(3) and 17602(b). As a result, all goods, wares, merchandise, or products sent to Plaintiff and Class Members under the automatic renewal of continuous service agreements are deemed to be an unconditional gift pursuant to Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17603. As a result of the above, Plaintiff, on behalf of herself and Class Members, seeks damages, restitution, declaratory relief, injunctive relief and reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs pursuant to Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code, §§ 17603, 17203, and 17204, and Code of Civil Procedure § 1021.5.
A full copy of the complaint is embedded below:
Editor’s note on the Bump Boxes Class Action Lawsuit:
This piece is written about the recent Bump Boxes 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.
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