SAN DIEGO (Legal Newsline) - Three U.S. citizens are suing a check printing company, alleging it overcharges for shipping and delivery fees.
Alexandra Byler, Kay Catlin, and Jennifer Graves, individually and for all others similarly situated, filed a class action lawsuit Feb. 25 in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California against Deluxe Corporation, doing business as Deluxe Check Printers, alleging unjust enrichment, unfairness, deception, and other violations of consumer protection statutes in several states.
The suit states the defendant charged a "shipping" or "delivery" fee to consumers who purchased checks, and that these shipping or delivery charges greatly exceeded the defendant's actual costs of delivering or shipping the checks to consumers.
The complaint states Deluxe Check Printers concealed that these charges were greatly in excess of actual delivery and shipping costs.
Byler, Catlin, Graves and and others in the class seek compensatory damages, restitution, punitive damages and injunctive relief. They are represented by attorney Francis "Casey" J. Flynn in Los Angeles, attorney Richard S. Cornfeld of the Law Office of Richard S. Cornfeld in St. Louis, and attorneys Anthony S. Bruning, Anthony S. Bruning Jr. and Ryan L. Bruning of The Bruning Law Firm in St. Louis.
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California Case number 3:16-CV-00493-AJB-JLB