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Webloyalty.com and Movietickets.com Class Action Lawsuit Complaint

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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  • john dineen August 10, 2010, 4:45 pm

    Bought tickets at http://www.fandango.com and they feature a button you click on to get discounts. The company, Reservation Rewards is owned by Webloyalty who then gets your credit card info from Fandango and they proceed to charge your card every month. In my case, I have been charged $12.00/mo. from 01/09 till I caught it in 08/10; over $200.00. When you use a debit card and have hundreds on monthly transactions, its easy to miss the charge of $12.00 listed as “Reservation Rewards”. Call these people and DEMAND a refund! I did this today and we’ll see what happens.

  • ann August 20, 2010, 8:09 pm

    They recently stole money from me too!

    Federal Trade Commission

    Internet Fraud Complaint Center

    Attorney General in your state

    Better Business Bureau

    File a law suite against them for 30 bucks; ask your local court

    • Panix December 28, 2010, 10:59 pm

      Wow!. All of you deserved to loose money. If any of you had read the small print you would know the offer was for a subscription service. Nothing is free.

      • burned January 3, 2011, 9:38 am

        Fuck you Panix. You must be one of the assholes designing this kind of shit. There was no small print. This is pure theft. Thieves deserve to have their fucking hands cut off.

  • kan August 20, 2010, 8:18 pm

    They have stolen money from me too, and lots of it!

    Report webloyalty to:

    Federal Trade Commission

    Internet Crime Complaint Center

    Consumer Fraud

    Attorney General in your state

    Better Business Bureau in your state and theirs ( CT)

    If worst comes to worst, file a case at your local court for 30 dollars. I’ve asked the local police dept. and that is what the officer advised.

  • Stuart October 27, 2010, 4:50 pm

    This is one of the most outrageous scams I’ve come across — not just because of what they do, but because of the manner in which they have conspired with repsected and trusted businesses who give them our credit card information without authorization.

    I just discovered a charge that had been coming up on a card I use heavily every month since March. I traced it back to an online order I made with Pizza Hut in January.

    I called and complained, got them to cancel, wrote an email demanding a refund of the money, contacted the CT BBB and FTC.

    Whatever, $96 lost is not that big of a deal. But it is still theft. I see there’s a class action suit, which is a great step.

    But the defendents in these cases should not just be the low lifes who run companies like webloyalty.com. They should also include those like Pizza Hut who have conspired with them to sell confidential information.

    I’m sure some will argue that down in the fine print somewhere on the Pizza Hut site there was a note saying: “By completing your order for pizza you agree that we can share any information we hold about you with anyone we like.” Maybe that’s true. But companies with such strong positive name recognition are trusted not to actually sell credit card information to scam artists. That’s the sort of behaviour one expects and guards against before turning your back on the guy behind the counter in a dodgy gas station. Not what you’d expect from a reputable company.

    So I’d argue that the defendents in these cases should be the companies whose name recognition allows them to serve as front-men for the scam.

  • darlene March 19, 2011, 1:46 pm

    I was also scammed by Shopper Discount when I ordered from Drugstore .com to the tune of $120. Let’s stop these crooks by continuing to complain to the authorities, and stop buying from the any business that allows themselves to be used by these crooks. I will never buy from Drugstore.com
    March 20.2011

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