Cash4Gold Hit With Racketeering And Fraud Class Action Lawsuit

Cash4Gold Hit With Racketeering And Fraud Class Action Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit (PDF) was filed against Cash4Gold in California federal court last Friday, accusing the company of a “massive scheme to defraud tens of thousands of consumers throughout the nation,” and racketeering.

Toyota Accused Of Hiding Evidence In Hundreds Of Consumer Lawsuits

Toyota Accused Of Hiding Evidence In Hundreds Of Consumer Lawsuits

A former attorney for Toyota Motor Sales has filed a federal racketeering suit against the company, accusing them of failing to turn over or destroying documents relevant to accident victims’ lawsuits against the company.

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal In Best Buy, Microsoft Racketeering Lawsuit

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal In Best Buy, Microsoft Racketeering Lawsuit

The Supreme Court has rejected Microsoft and Best Buy’s appeal in the MSN racketeering lawsuit, says the Wall Street Journal, thus “ending a bid by the two companies to stop a class-action lawsuit over a joint marketing campaign for MSN Internet Access service.”

Interview With RIAA Lawsuit Target Tanya Andersen

Interview With RIAA Lawsuit Target Tanya Andersen

You might remember Tanya. She was falsely accused by the RIAA of sharing over 1,000 songs. Rather than admit they had the wrong person, the RIAA lawyers just wouldn’t quit.

Former RIAA Defendant Accuses the RIAA of Fraud and Racketeering

Former RIAA Defendant Accuses the RIAA of Fraud and Racketeering

Best Buy Attorney Admits To Falsifying Emails In Racketeering Case

Best Buy Attorney Admits To Falsifying Emails In Racketeering Case

The racketeering case against Best Buy and Microsoft has taken an ugly turn. An attorney for Best Buy has admitted to altering emails that were to be used as evidence in the case. If you’re new to this class action lawsuit, Microsoft is accused of paying Best Buy to collect and use customer’s credit card information without their permission, signing them up for “free trials” of MSN that they didn’t want and or weren’t aware existed. When the free trial period was up, MSN began to bill them without their knowledge or consent. A former Best Buy employee wrote in to confess to pulling this sort of scheme on customers, if you’re looking for more detail on how it all worked.

Best Buy Employee Confesses To Scams Similar To Ones Outlined In Racketeering Lawsuit

Best Buy Employee Confesses To Scams Similar To Ones Outlined In Racketeering Lawsuit

We thought the scam mentioned in the racketeering lawsuit sounded familiar—it was. A Best Buy employee emailed us on April 4, 2007 to confess to the type of behavior mentioned in the lawsuit.