Blockbuster to offer refunds on "no late fees" claim

In an agreement reached with 47 states plus Washington DC, the company has agreed to fork out US$630,000 to settle claims of deceptive advertising. That means customers who claim to have been misled (or didn't read the fine print) will be given refunds for movies inadvertently purchased and restocking fees.

Blockbuster will also need to change its marketing slant in its "no late fee" advertising as a result of the settlement.

Source: Ars Technica

Comments (1)

In the classic voice of Nelson Muntz...

HA HA!

They deserve what they got, though that may not be enough either.

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