Angie's List Membership Fee Class Action

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Angie’s List Membership Renewal Fee Class Action

We want to help people get their money back for the Angie's List membership renewal fee. In almost all cases, we believe the fees were unfairly charged. We are investigating the class action lawsuit about the fees Angie’s List charges for automatic renewal of membership. You can join our lawsuit by contacting us: Fill out the form on this page or call 817-455-6822.

When someone signs up for Angie’s List service and pays for a month or a year of the service, they many times do not know that Angie’s List will charge another fee and renew the service even if the customer doesn’t want it or know about it. If you have used Angie’s List and been charged a renewal fee, contact us to get your money back.

Fill out the form on this page or call 817-455-6822.

The lawsuit would be filed as a class action and charge Angie’s List with fraud and breach of contract for charging members renewal fees that customers did not know about or that are higher than the first sign-up fees. These fees are not openly shown to the customer before signing up. If you have experienced this, please contact us for a free legal evaluation to join the case.

Fill out the form on this page or call 817-455-6822.

Angie’s List does not give information about how their membership renewal process works to the court and lawyers easily. That’s why it’s important to have a lawyer working to get justice and get customers’ money back for them. We are available to help you do that and fight against Angie’s List to get justice. Although Angie’s List has said they do nothing wrong, they are likely going to settle the case and customers can get their money back for the renewal fees. The information about renewal of service fees on the Angie’s List website says there are many different plans but they don’t easily give information about how to cancel the membership and avoid fees. This is unfair to customers. If you thought you were unfairly charged, please contact us for a free legal evaluation.

Fill out the form on this page or call 817-455-6822.

The following is the NEW agreement with customers on Angie’s List’s website: Angie’s List has offered three types of subscriptions in the past: Angie’s List Home, Angie’s List Health and Angie’s List Classic Car. Angie’s List will continue to offer these subscriptions to grandfathered members who are renewing and: (1) affirmatively choose to keep their existing subscription; or (2) who do not take action to select a new plan (as defined below). Members joining and renewing in certain markets on or after January 1, 2014, will be able to select one of the following plans (“Plans”): (1) Basic Plan (monthly or annual) Angie's List Home in one market; Online customer care; and Your market’s print magazine, where available. (2) Plus Plan (annual only) Angie's List Home, Angie's List Health, and Angie's List Classic Car in all available markets nationwide; Online and call center customer care; Print magazine in the market You identify as Your primary address, where available; and Redeemable Benefit: An annual rebate for an e-commerce purchase (to be used toward a Big Deal, Storefront Offer, SnapFix purchase, or other qualifying transaction) or AngieCash, in an amount determined by Angie’s List. (3) Premium Plan (annual only) Angie's List Home, Angie's List Health, and Angie's List Classic Car subscriptions in all available markets nationwide; Print and digital magazine in the market You identify as Your primary address, where available; Access to Angie’s List’s Complaint Resolution Process; Online and priority call center customer care; and Redeemable Benefit: An annual rebate for an e-commerce purchase (to be used toward a Big Deal, Storefront Offer, SnapFix purchase, or other qualifying transaction) or AngieCash, in an amount determined by Angie’s List. Please contact us for a free legal evaluation to join the case.

Fill out the form on this page or call 817-455-6822.  

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