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SpeedyPC Pro Software Class Action Lawsuit Complaint

SpeedyPC Pro Software Purchasers File Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Against SpeedPC Software.

A consumer class action lawsuit complaint has reportedly been filed against SpeedyPC Software (“SpeedyPC” or “Defendant”) in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California (styled Phyllis Bastion v. SpeedyPC Software, Class Action Case No. C 12-4730)) alleging, among other things, that SpeedyPC Software invites consumers to download a free trial version of its SpeedyPC software to conduct a diagnostic scan of their PC, but allegedly designs it to report that a consumer’s PC needs repair and is at risk of harmful errors, privacy risks and other computer problems, regardless of the real condition of the computer, purportedly in order to induce consumers into purchasing SpeedyPC Pro, according to the SpeedyPC Pro Software class action lawsuit complaint.

The SpeedyPC Pro Software class action complaint reportedly is brought on behalf of a class consisting of all individuals and entities in the United States and its territories that purchased SpeedyPC Pro from SpeedyPC Software.

The SpeedyPC Pro Software class action lawsuit complaint reported asserts claims for alleged violations of California’s unfair competition law, fraudulent inducement, breach of express warranty, breach of contract and breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing.

The SpeedyPC Pro Software class action lawsuit complaint reportedly seeks to recover damages, injunctive relief, interest and an award of reasonable attorneys fees and costs.

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  • Ralph King September 12, 2012, 3:56 pm

    Uniblue RegistryBooster operates exactly the same way – pyramid sales of the product. Whatever product you use, you need to upgrade with cost to another level to complete the job. Plus, they have you on a continuing contract you cannot terminate.

  • JB September 13, 2012, 1:43 am


  • Martha Towner October 10, 2012, 12:00 am

    I too, agree with Mr. King. I am waiting patiently for a class action suit to take place with Uniblue. I have all the paperwork where I too was ripped-off by Uniblue. Uniblue referred me to Speedy Pc. Uniblue is a “Microsoft Gold Partner”.

    I wrote to one attorney in great detail concerning the fraudulent practices of Uniblue. I have ALL of the paperwork and receipts and false claims etc. I was referred to one website that the minute the website was accessed on my p.c. a large red warning sign stated: Known Malicious Website- do not proceed.

    I wish an attorney would contact me concerning this matter. I have hard copies of all screen shots showing the process Uniblue instructed me to use to obtain the maximum benefit from their product.

    I was astonished that a “Microsoft Gold Partner” would be associated with this obvious fraudulent mess. Most Sincerely, M. Towner, ozprairie@yahoo.com

  • Ruth December 11, 2012, 10:32 am

    speedy pc pro is a sham it also charges you once a year whether you want it or not it pulled 14.99 out of my bank account with no warning causing other withdrawals to cause me over drafts.how do i join in the class action suit and how do i make them quit drawing money from my account when i try to contact them online their page cannot be found.i cant even complain to them.

  • Karen Agbonifo April 28, 2013, 8:19 pm

    I have a Acer computer

  • Karen Agbonifo April 28, 2013, 8:21 pm

    I have problem with my computer

  • Karen Agbonifo April 28, 2013, 8:22 pm

    I would like to know more about the class action

  • susana May 19, 2013, 8:58 pm

    I had the same experience that the other people with this company. Thaks,

  • Laura August 26, 2014, 3:06 pm

    i would like to join this law suite it crashed my computer

  • sharonne hanson September 29, 2014, 10:28 pm

    Not only did they put trojans on my system, they tried to hard sale me to buy further services, and told me how much was on my account, when they used a web based remote action to “fix” my PC – when i got upset and accused them of theft , they dropped the line, and “kicked” me off, immediatelty reversing the charge, but it still haunts me the guy telling me i had money in my account to pay for a large bill to fix my Microsoft.

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