Case Name
Miller et al v. Afterpay US
21-cv-4032, N.D. Cal.
(May 2021)
Product/Service Afterpay’s “buy now, pay later” loans
Allegations Misleadingly marketing its service as a no-fee, no-interest way for consumers to make purchases before they have money to pay for them without disclosing that consumers who provide debit card information could be charged overdraft fees on Afterpay’s automatic repayments
Status Pending
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