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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Uber Alleging the Company Misrepresented Their Fares and Failed to Inform Consumers That New-Customer Referral Credits Have Expiration Dates
According to a complaint filed on July 14, 2015, choosing Uber over a taxi for specific routes was not 30% cheaper as advertised and the company failed to inform customers their referral credits have an expiration date.
If you or a family member have used Uber believing the service was less expensive than a taxi, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About The Class Action Lawsuit Against Uber
A Class Action complaint was filed against Uber Technologies Inc. on July 14, 2015 in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles alleging the defendant engaged in false and misleading advertising when it stated their car service was 30 % cheaper than a taxi on specific routes. Plaintiff states a typical taxi service may actually charge less for fares during certain peak times. The complaint also states the company does not inform its customers that the referral credits they provide for referring a new customer expire.