STUBHUB, the world’s largest online ticket marketplace, agreed to pay customers on claims they violated state law.
However, to claim their share of the cash, affected StubHub customers need to act quickly.
25th June is the last day to submit claim and be a part of it class action lawsuit against the company.
Class action lawsuits are some of the best ways for consumers to protect themselves when large companies act unethically.
In these types of lawsuits, people called class representatives prosecute a company on their own behalf and on behalf of others with similar claims.
People who have complaints about the company being sued are encouraged to join the suit as “class members.”
StubHub Class Action Settlement
The popular ticket resale platform has agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging it violated California law by improperly disclosing fees.
Class representatives say the forum withheld information about fees until the end of the ticket-buying process.
In addition, the class action suit claims that StubHub should have disclosed that it was profiting from those fees.
StubHub agreed to pay affected customers more than $20 million to resolve the suit.
Anyone who purchased a ticket through StubHub from September 1, 2015 to September 1, 2019 while in California is eligible to take part in this class action.
To prove your eligibility, you must provide the email address that you used to purchase a relevant ticket.
If affected, you can choose a cash payment of up to $20 or a StubHub credit between $80 and $133.
Depending on the number of claims filed, members who opt for the cash amount may receive less than $20.
Credits can be redeemed for three years after receiving your payment.
Class members can file claims online Until the end of Saturday, June 25.
A final approval hearing for the settlement is scheduled for June 30.
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