Have You Been Charged by US Weekly Without Consent?

Investigation into Unauthorized Charges

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    US Weekly Class Action Investigation

    If you have been charged without your consent by Wenner Media (publisher of US Weekly) or any other company within the past four years, please complete the form on this page or contact attorney Zach Dostart directly at zdostart@sdlaw.com or (858) 623-4265

    Investigation Details of US Weekly

    California law makes it illegal for companies to charge a person’s credit card for a renewing charge without the consumer’s consent.  This law firm is investigating whether certain companies, including US Weekly, complies with that law.  (Of course, your rights depend on your individual circumstances, and we cannot guarantee or predict any future result.)

    This investigation into the business practices of US Weekly is specific to the charging of consumers without their consent. If you have previously made a purchase with the company and then found an unauthorized charge on your account, please contact us. Anytime your credit or debit card is charged for an automatically renewing “subscription,” your rights may have been violated.

    Have You Had Unauthorized US Weekly Charges?

    If you have been charged money by US Weekly without your consent, please complete the form on this page or contact Zach Dostart directly at zdostart@sdlaw.com or (858) 623-4265.

    *Please note that our firm is conducting an investigation of US Weekly and we do not know if they have violated your rights.  The submission of information through this webpage does not create an attorney-client relationship.  We cannot guarantee any result.

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