In May 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Sperian Energy for allegedly misleadingly offering a low teaser rate followed by a month-to-month variable rate that is based on the market when, according to the plaintiffs, the electricity supplier charges high rates that are not based on the market and consumers end up paying more than double the market rate. (Corsale et al v. Sperian Energy Corp., Case No. 18-cv-2194, E.D. Penn.)

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July 2018: This case was transferred from a court in the eastern district of Pennsylvnia to one in the western district of Pennsylvania. (Corsale et al v. Sperian Energy Corp.,…


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