Gamestop Bankruptcy Imminent As Used Games Legality Questioned
The United States District Judge Robert Kugler has denied a motion for dismissal has been denied in a growing class action lawsuit that Gamestop is facing in a New Jersey court for violating the Consumer Fraud Act through false advertising and the omission of certain facts. In court, the plaintiffs of this case have displayed that buying used games and then the DLC (online pass most likely) which was not included would actually cost more than just buying the game brand new for $60.
The fact that this type of transaction is advertised as being a discount is where the fraud part comes in to play. If Gamestop fails to defend themselves in this lawsuit it may end up setting a precedence for more class action lawsuits from similar customers who have been swindled by the company’s greed-driven misleading of faithful customers to the last surviving brick and mortar game franchise. This is an ongoing case, so all of this is “alleged”. Good luck Gamestop, this is the beginning of the end.
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