Consumers File Class Action Lawsuit Complaint Against Webloyalty.com, Inc. and Movietickets.com, Inc. Over Charging and Billing For Membership Clubs.
A class action lawsuit complaint was filed against Webloyalty.com, Inc. and Movietickets.com, Inc. (collectively “Defendants”) in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California (styled Patrick Berry v. Webloyalty.com, Inc. and Movietickets.com, Inc., Case No. 10 cv 1358H) alleging that defendants profit from a scam that entails unilaterally subscribing consumers to a club membership program and then charging monthly membership fees to the consumers’ credit and debit card accounts without authorization, according to class action lawsuit news reports.
The Webloyalty.com and Movietickets.com class action lawsuit complaint reportedly alleges that while consumers are purchasing goods from certain online retail websites, including movie tickets online at movietickets.com, they are presented with advertisements that appear to offer next purchase coupons or some other similar discount or benefit and that by clicking on the coupon consumers unwittingly agree to join a club membership program operated by Weloyalty that costs around $10-12 per month.
The Webloyalty.com and Movietickets.com class action lawsuit complaint also reportedly alleges that the online retail website, such as movietickets.com, automatically transfers their personal billing information such as credit or debit card information to Webloyalty.
The Webloyalty.com and Movietickets.com class action lawsuit complaint is reportedly brought on behalf of a putative class of all persons residing in the in United States who, between October 1, 2008 and the date of the Class Notice (1) did not provide their credit card, debit card, or billing information directly to Webloyalty, and (2) had their credit or debit card charged by Webloyalty for a Shopper Disounts and Rewards membership, or any other club membership program maintained by Webloyalty, including Reservation Rewards, Travel Values Plus, WalletShield, Buyer Assurance and Complete Savings (the “Class”).
For more information on the Webloyalty.com and Movietickets.com class action lawsuit, read the Webloyalty.com and Movietickets.com class action lawsuit complaint.
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