In February 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Fitbit, Inc. for allegedly misrepresenting the quality of Fitbit Charge 2 fitness bands by failing to disclose that a defect causes the screen to crack. (Schneider et al v. Fitbit, Inc., Case No. 19-cv-1322, N. D. IL.)

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FitBit’s PurePulse Tracker

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FitBit’s PurePulse Tracker

June 2018: One of the named plaintiffs (Dunn) filed an amended complaint bringing similar allegations. October 2017: A federal judge granted Fitbit’s motion to compel arbitration for the plaintiffs who…

Fitbit’s “Sleep-Tracking” Function

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Fitbit’s “Sleep-Tracking” Function

November 2018: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a proposed settlement agreement. According to its terms, class members may file a claim to receive $12.50 for each qualifying Fitbit device…

Fitbit’s Charge HR and Surge Wristbands

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Fitbit’s Charge HR and Surge Wristbands

A false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Fitbit in February 2016. According to the complaint, the company deceptively markets the Charge HR and Surge wristband activity trackers with PurePulse™…


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TINA.org Reports Meal Kit Giant HelloFresh to FTC

MADISON, CONN. June 22, 2022 While millions of Americans struggle with rising food prices and empty store shelves, meal kit retailer HelloFresh advertises “delicious meals delivered to your door,” enticing consumers…


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