States Probe Blockbuster No Late Fees Policy

Attorneys general in at least 35 states are looking into Blockbuster Inc.’s new no-late fees-policy, focusing on potentially deceptive practices because of the “restocking” fees and disparities between national advertising and franchisee practices...

The inquiries are focused on two potentially deceptive practices...

Source: Home Media Retailing

False advertising has been under fire a lot lately. Ask Listerine how they feel about it.

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