Retailer That Overcharged, Then Sued Military Personnel Is Going Out Of Business

Retailer That Overcharged, Then Sued Military Personnel Is Going Out Of Business

A year ago, Virginia-based USA Discounters was in the spotlight after the supposedly discount retailer — which had several locations adjoining military bases and directly marketed its financing to servicemembers — was criticized for charging ridiculously high prices on its products and then suing soldiers in such a way that they could rarely defend themselves in court. The retailer then changed its name to USA Living and promised to not be so evil, even though the lawsuits continued. Now comes news that the retailer is going to close up shop for good. [More]

USA Discounters is now USA Living, but it's still charging too much for its products and still suing soldiers with out-of-state addresses.

Sketchy Retailer That Sued Soldiers Promises To Be Less Sketchy, Still Suing Soldiers

In July, we told you about USA Discounters, a retailer that took advantage of underpaid soldiers with no credit histories to charge them exorbitant financing fees and then sue them when they couldn’t pay up. Now USA Discounters has changed its name and is promising to change its ways, but it’s really just another case of putting a wig on a pig. [More]

Sketchy Retailer Caught Scamming Servicemembers With Pointless Fees

Sketchy Retailer Caught Scamming Servicemembers With Pointless Fees

A discount retailer that came under fire last month for its questionable lending and marketing practices received a slap on the wrist from federal regulators for allegedly tricking thousands of servicemembers into paying fees for legal protections they already had and for certain services that the company failed to provide. [More]