Friday, August 19, 2011

CVS: Agrees to pay more than $2 million in settlement for misleading ads and overcharging customers...

From the Los Angeles Times:

"Drugstore giant CVS Pharmacy has agreed to pay more than $2 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that the company took part in misleading advertising and overcharged customers for sale items."
"In the complaint, the Rhode Island-based CVS was accused of routinely charging customers more money for items advertised at a sale price since 2006. The complaint also said CVS used misleading advertising when it failed to provide an immediate discount for certain advertised items."
The company also will implement a program that will give customers up to $2 off an item if it scans at a higher price than advertised.

Another article here

So does that include the item shown in the previous post? ;)

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1 comment:

  1. Yikes, this does not sound good! :/ Hi, Gracie. I'm working through the Welcome Wednesday Blog Hop. Thanks for linking up! You should stop by and link up for the Alexa Hop too. :)