Class action against Netflix, inc. and Netflix B.V.
On August 11, 2017, Kugler Kandestin filed a Motion for authorization to institute a class action on behalf of Netflix users who were unilaterally charged higher fees.
The Motion alleges that the notice sent by Netflix informing its users of the increase did not comply with the public order provisions of the Consumer Protection Act. Notably, the notice failed to advise users of the fee that they were previously paying, or their right to cancel their subscriptions if they refused the increase.
The motion seeks the reimbursement of all increases paid to Netflix, after August 11, 2014 following Netflix’s notice, as well as punitive damages.
If you were a Netflix subscriber in the summer of 2016, you may have unlawfully been charged higher membership fees. We would be pleased to speak with you, confidentially and at no charge, in order to inform you of your rights in the context of the present matter. You may communicate with Me Alexandre Brosseau-Wery or Me Pierre Boivin, the attorneys in charge of this file, at (514) 878-2861 or at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that if authorization is granted and you fall within the class definition in the Motion, you will automatically be part of the class action, without having to take any steps to join the class action. You will have the opportunity to opt out of the class action following the terms of an eventual authorization judgment.
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