An End to Court Fees? Blockbuster wishes it was so

February 22, 2005 at 6:00 pm 1 comment

In yet another knock on Blockbuster’s “End to Late Fees” ad campaign, New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey has filed a lawsuit alleging that the company has violated the state’s Consumer Fraud Act and Merchandise Advertising Regulations by not disclosing that videos that are not returned within a certain time are converted to purchases. More on this later.

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