Publix Slapped With Class Action Over ATM Fees

Law360, New York (August 31, 2011, 12:28 PM EDT) -- Publix Supermarkets Inc. on Monday was hit with a consumer class action in Florida federal court claiming the supermarket chain didn't properly notify consumers that they would be charged for using its automatic teller machines, in violation of the Electronic Fund Transfer Act.

The suit was lodged by four people who used ATMs at Publix supermarkets in the Miami Beach area in August and September 2010. Ruslan Gahramanov, Irina Lyamar, Riyad Gahramanov and Yana Yemelyanova claim they were each charged a $2 terminal usage fee for...
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