ClassPass is facing a class-action lawsuit for allegedly making false claims about 'countless' business partnerships
Added 10-25-21 09:14:02pm EST - “A New Jersey nail salon filed the lawsuit, accusing ClassPass of listing the salon on its platform without its consent.” - Businessinsider.com
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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Businessinsider.com: “ClassPass is facing a class-action lawsuit for allegedly making false claims about 'countless' business partnerships”. Below is an excerpt from the article.
ClassPass, a fitness and beauty services aggregator, is facing a new class-action lawsuit accusing it of falsely claiming to have partnerships with "countless" businesses.
Leeah Nails, a New Jersey-based nail salon that brought the suit, said that it "discovered dozens of businesses in at least 20 different states whose services were being listed on ClassPass without their knowledge or consent."
The lawsuit, filed Friday in a federal court in New York, accused ClassPass of false advertising and affiliation, as well as unfair competition by deceiving "potential customers into purchasing ClassPass memberships instead of directly purchasing services" from the businesses themselves.
ClassPass works by giving paying subscribers credits each month that they can use to book fitness classes or other services, through the ClassPass app, with businesses that are ostensibly part of the company's "partner network."
But Leeah Nails claimed that ClassPass had listed the salon as one of those partners without its knowledge or consent.
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