Domino’s Pizza’s Mix And Match Meal Promo Tricks Customers Into Believing They Are Paying Only For The Promised Price, Yet Customers Are Forced To Pay More – Class Action
Pizza and fast food company, Domino’s Pizza, is under fire after a class action lawsuit accused the food corporation of misleading their customers into thinking that they are getting a good deal out of their Mix and Match food offerings.
California Customer Sues Domino’s
Filed in a federal court in the state of California, the Domino’s Pizza Mix And Match Promo Class Action Lawsuit involved allegations that Domino’s Pizza has engaged in false advertising practices that ended up tricking their clients across the whole United States.
Ronald D. Traer, the lead plaintiff to the case, has argued that he and other patrons were duped into thinking that they were saving money whenever they purchased Domino’s highly popular Mix and Match meal promo.
Domino Pizza’s Mix and Match meal promo is an in-store company meal promotion to restaurant-goers. People are promised by the company to only pay $5.99 for any Mix and Match meal if they buy at least two items from a selection of food items ranging from chicken, pasta, dessert, and others. However, the sales tax on each order is not included in the promised promo price.
As complainant Traer detailed, he decided to avail of Domino Pizza’s Mix and Match meal promotion and reportedly ended up paying more than the promised promo price of $5.99.
Domino’s Mix And Match Promo Class Action Lawsuit Brief
The Domino’s Lawsuit led by Traer and his legal team are accusing Domino’s Pizza of using highly deceptive marketing statements along with strategic use of font display and imagery – both of which allegedly make the regular customer fall for the company’s evil intent.
In fact, Domino’s is allegedly actually selling their product for more than the advertised price on their Mix and Match promo meal. The plaintiff contends that this, along with other acts, constitutes Domino’s violating consumer protection laws in the state of California.
The Domino’s Pizza Mix And Match Promo Class Action Lawsuit is seeking to establish and represent a Nationwide Class of Domino’s Pizza customers who got charged more than the promised price of $5.99 for their Mix and Match meal orders. Traer is also asking the court to approve the inclusion of a separate Class consisting of California-based Domino’s customers.
About Domino’s Pizza
Domino’s Pizza LLC, or simply referred to as Domino’s Pizza in this article, is a $4 billion-worth food services company headquartered in Michigan. Founded in late 1960, the company now boasts more than 17,000 different store locations. Richard E. Allison Jr. leads the company as its CEO.
Editor’s Note on Domino’s Pizza Mix And Match Promo Class Action Lawsuit 2021:
This news article aims to inform you of the latest class action lawsuit filed against food player Domino’s Pizza LLC concerning one of their promotional in-store meal items. Another class action was filed against Domino’s by its drivers over salary issues.
Case Name(s) & No.: Ronald D. Traer v. Domino’s Pizza LLC, et al.; Case No.: 2:21-cv-06187
Jurisdiction: United States District Court for the Central District of California
Products/Services Involved: Domino’s Pizza Mix and Match meal promotional menu items
Allegation(s): Domino’s Pizza LLC has engaged in allegedly illegal and manipulative advertising practices to trick its customers.
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