LuLaRoe Refund Not Enough, Buyers Say In Sales Tax Action
Law360 (November 27, 2018, 6:45 PM EST) -- A putative consumer class has slammed LuLaRoe's push to toss litigation accusing the retailer of charging sales tax in tax-free jurisdictions, and rejected the company's claim that its refund program to repay wrongly collected taxes sufficiently covered customers' losses.
Class representative Katie Van filed the opposition to LuLaRoe's motion to dismiss Monday in Alaska federal court. Van, who was charged the tax but was repaid under the company's automatic refund program, claims that because she was repaid only for the exact amount LuLaRoe had overcharged her, she suffered an injury-in-fact, which gives her proper standing.
"LuLaRoe attempts to frame its refunds...
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