NJ Consumers’ Legal Rights Investigation

Attention:  New Jersey Residents/Consumers:

New Jersey’s Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act (TCCWNA) requires that companies and banks provide clear and truthful disclosures about consumers’ legal rights during transactions online or in bank branches. For companies and banks that fail to do so, the law provides for a $100 penalty per violation.

Our investigation reveals that many of the largest companies and Internet sites doing business in New Jersey are in violation of this law. You may be able to act as a plaintiff in a class action. If you have made purchases on the Internet, or have a checking account or credit card account that you opened when you were in New Jersey, you may be eligible to participate.

Please provide us with your contact information on the form below or call our firm directly at (202) 973-0900 ext. 108.

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    Please list websites that you have made purchases on within the last few years)