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Unmasking Deception: All Seasons Press Under Investigation For Disinformation And Fraud

All Seasons Press under investigation for fraudulently disseminating false information to readers for profit. Readers react. In a seismic development within the literary landscape, an investigation has been launched against book publisher All Seasons Press on behalf of purchasers of the book “The Chief’s Chief” authored by former President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff, Mark…

Bank of America Opened Fake Accounts To Charge Customers Illegal Junk Fees

BoA defrauded its customers for over a decade by opening fake accounts without consent to boost profits from junk fees. The Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB) recently ordered Bank of America (BoA) to pay $100 million to customers for systematically double-dipping on fees imposed on customers with insufficient funds in their account, withholding reward bonuses…

Target Sued For Refusing To Refund Gift Card Balances

Target sued for unlawfully earning millions by refusing to reimburse customers for the remaining balance on their gift cards. A class action lawsuit was recently filed against retail giant Target Corporation for its’s refusal to reimburse customers for the remaining balance on their gift cards. By so doing, Target violates the laws of many states…

CeraVe Skin Care Products Fraudulently Marketed As Oil-Free

Makeup maker’s employees knew the makeup contained oil but companies labeled their products as “oil-free” because “they did not believe their customers were well educated enough to know the difference.” L’Oreal USA and its wholly owned subsidiary CeraVe were recently hit with a new class action lawsuit over fraudulent marketing claims that its CeraVe line…

Maybelline and L’Oreal Oil-Free Product Claims Are False And Mislead Consumers

Makeup maker’s employees knew the makeup contained oil but companies labeled their products as “oil-free” because “they did not believe their customers were well educated enough to know the difference.” A proposed class action claims L’Oréal USA Products and its wholly owned subsidiary Maybelline LLC Inc. have misled consumers by labeling certain cosmetics products as…