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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