Consumer Law

Subscribers File a Class Action Lawsuit Over Amazon’s Prime Video Ad Tier

Amazon is at the forefront of legal scrutiny and consumer discontent after a lawsuit was filed accusing the company of covertly charging its Prime members additional fees to stream content ad-free.

The class-action suit, which originated in a California federal court last week, claims breach of contract and infractions against consumer protection laws.

It maintains that Amazon inconspicuously altered the terms for its more than 100 million subscribers, who had been promised an ad-free viewing experience.

Read the source article at The Washington Times

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