Google Falsely Promised Free Marketing Service: Suit

Law360, New York (January 18, 2012, 8:17 PM EST) -- Users of a now-defunct Google Inc. marketing service launched a putative class action Friday in California claiming the search giant charged users for a supposedly free trial period and held onto credit card information after the service was shuttered.

A complaint filed in federal court by North Carolina residents Rachel Frezza and Mauro Rodriguez targets Google Tags, a service that allowed business owners to place a yellow tag containing photos and other special content next to a Google Places listing. Google discontinued the service in April....
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