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Staples Violated New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act

A complaint filed against Staples alleges the company violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and constituted common law fraud. The complaint, filed Aug., 12, 2010 in the Superior Court of New Jersey on behalf of a putative class of New Jersey residents claims that Staples advertisements promised consumers that if they purchased one case of paper for $43.98, the second case would be free.

However, the complaint alleges that under the terms of the offer, the consumer would actually pay for both cases of paper at $43.98 each, and within 4-6 weeks, the consumer would receive a prepaid credit card in the amount of $43.98, which the consumer could use at locations accepting VISA cards.

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Published on Aug-25-10


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