Hobby Lobby’s Deceptive Advertising: Know Your Rights as a Consumer or Competitor Featured

Hobby Lobby’s fake discount pricing scheme designed to dupe consumers into false belief of a deal and gain market share from competitors in violation of antitrust laws.

Are you a Californian who loves to shop for arts and crafts supplies at Hobby Lobby? If so, you might want to pay attention to a recent proposed class action lawsuit against the retail giant. The lawsuit is taking a stand against Hobby Lobby’s deceptive advertising practices, and it’s time for consumers to know their rights.

What’s the Lawsuit About?

Hobby Lobby has been accused of misleading consumers with its so-called “discount” pricing strategy. The lawsuit alleges that the retailer advertises significant discounts on certain products, claiming they are on sale when, in reality, these “discounts” are permanent. Such permanently discounted products include-

  • Photo frames and framed wall art (advertised at 50% off);
  • Custom picture framing services (advertised at 50% off);
  • Home Décor Fabric (advertised as 30% off);
  • All furniture (advertised as 30% off); and
  • T-shirts (advertised as 30% off).

This misleading practice violates both California law and the Federal Trade Commission’s guidelines on discount pricing by duping unsuspecting consumers into believing they’re getting a deal when in fact they are paying regular prices.

How Does This Affect You?

If you’ve ever felt like you were getting a great deal at Hobby Lobby, only to find out later that the prices weren’t actually discounted, you may have been affected by this deceptive advertising. Whether you’re a casual consumer or a business competitor, it’s important to understand your rights in this situation.

Your Rights as a Consumer or Competitor

As a consumer, you have the right to fair and transparent pricing practices. As a competitor, you may have lost business as a result of Hobby Lobby’s misleading pricing claims. If you feel that you’ve been affected by Hobby Lobby’s advertising, you may be entitled to compensation. By joining the class action lawsuit, you can hold the retailer accountable for its deceptive practices and help ensure that other consumers and businesses are protected in the future.

What Can You Do?

If your business has suffered as a result of Hobby Lobby’s false discount pricing scheme or you are a consumer who purchased products from Hobby Lobby in the belief they were discounted, only to find out later that they weren’t, you may be eligible to join the class action lawsuit. By participating, you can seek compensation for any harm you’ve suffered as a result of Hobby Lobby’s deceptive advertising.

How to Get Involved

Don’t let deceptive advertising practices go unchecked. If you believe you’ve been misled by Hobby Lobby’s pricing strategies, now is the time to take action. By joining the class action lawsuit, you can stand up for your rights and help ensure that companies are held accountable for their actions. Together, we can make a difference and create a fairer marketplace for everyone.

To join the class action lawsuit, please fill out the form shown on this page and a consumer protection lawyer will contact you. They can provide you with more information about the lawsuit and help you understand your rights as a consumer at no cost to you.


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