Dell accused of pulling a bait-and-click?

February 23, 2005 at 8:00 pm Leave a comment

A California law firm has filed a class action lawsuit against Dell, the world’s leading direct-to-consumers computer retailer, claiming “bait and switch” practices, false advertising, fraud and deceit in sales and advertising, and breach of contract. The crux of the case is that Dell allegedly advertised low cost computers that were frequently not available for purchase. More on the case can be found on CNet.

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Entry filed under: All Posts, False Advertising, Lawsuits.

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