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Abercrombie & Fitch 2009 Gift Card Class Action Filed

Cleveland, OH: Clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is facing a consumer fraud class action over the alleged voiding of Christmas gift cards in 2010.

According to the lawsuit, Abercrombie & Fitch issued gift cards as a promotion to customers in Ohio in December 2009. The promotion promised consumers that for every $100 worth of merchandise they purchased at Ohio Abercrombie stores, they would receive a $25 Abercrombie gift card. The $25 gift cards stated "No expiration date,"yet the company voided the gift cards on January 30, 2010 by eliminating all remaining credit on the gift cards, "making it impossible for [Class Members] to receive the benefit of their bargain,"the class action lawsuit states.

The lawsuit alleges that this constitutes a breach of contract and violation of the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act.

The Abercrombie & Fitch gift card class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all Ohio citizens who, within the last two years, participated in an Abercrombie gift card promotion and who were unable to use the full portion of the gift card because Abercrombie electronically put an expiration date on the gift card, despite the cards indicated there was no expiration date.

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Published on Dec-19-11


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