Consumer Fraud Class Actions
Consumer fraud class actions are cases where a group of consumers have been harmed in a similar way by large corporate defendants who have engaged in fraud in manufacturing, marketing, or selling their product or service. While the individual damages to each client may be small, the importance of holding large corporations accountable for unfair, deceptive, and illegal business practices is extremely important. Cumulative losses by a group of consumers can often reach tens or hundreds of millions of dollars. The $203 million verdict against Wells Fargo for illegal overdraft fees on behalf of the more than one million Wells Fargo California customers is an example of McCune Wright Arevalo LLP’s experience and success in Consumer Fraud Class Action cases.
McCune Wright Arevalo LLP aggressively represents its clients by using all ethical means available to hold the responsible parties accountable for all losses and damages incurred. It is through this unwavering dedication that McCune Wright Arevalo LLP brings its commitment into real world practice, by “Restoring Hope Through Justice.”
Why File Class Actions?
Consumers and small business owners are often the victims of fraud in the form of unfair business practices and unreasonable breach of contract by large corporations that put profits before people.
When the harm involves a small loss by a very large number of consumers, such as undisclosed fee by banks or credit card companies, a consumer fraud class action may be appropriate. These are cases where thousands of consumers, via a class representative serving as the named plaintiff, bring a single lawsuit to recover damages for all of the harmed consumers.
In the past several years the attorneys at McCune Wright Arevalo LLP have been representing millions of consumers against many nationally known corporations for deceptive and unfair business practices.
- Banking fraud
- Defective computer products
- Defective vehicle product failure
- Defective boat product failure
- Vehicle sales fraud
- Consumer product sales fraud