Preliminary Approval Sought For $38M Settlement In Rewards Enrollment Case

Preliminary Approval Sought For $38M Settlement In Rewards Enrollment Case

SAN DIEGO - Plaintiffs asked a California federal judge on June 13 to preliminarily approve a settlement worth more than $38 million in a state unfair competition law (UCL) case alleging that online retailers used personal information to enroll consumers in rewards programs without their knowledge or consent (In Re: EasySaver Rewards Litigation, No. 09-02094, S.D. Calif.). Subscribers may view the memo supporting preliminary approval available within the full article.

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