Class Action

FuelRod Portable Chargers

Class Action

FuelRod Portable Chargers

In October 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Tricopian and SaveMe Batteries for allegedly misleadingly marketing that consumers who purchase FuelRod portable chargers get “Free Unlimited Swaps,” meaning that they can purchase one charger and exchange their depleted charger for a free, fully charged, replacement charger, when, according to plaintiffs, the company began charging consumers to swap their depleted chargers for new ones in early 2019. (Veasey et al v. Tricopian, Inc. f/k/a Tricopian, LLC d/b/a SaveMe Products and SaveMe Batteries North America and Tricopian (Switzerland) SARL, Case No. 19-cv-2060, S. D. CA.)

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