FAQ: When can I sue for deceptive pricing?

Companies can be held liable if they deceive customers about the pricing of their products and services. If a business misleads a customer into believing that a product is free, but then charges for that product, they could be held liable. They could also be held liable for hidden fees and surcharges that the consumer did not authorize. Even businesses that are going out of business could be held responsible for deceptive pricing practices if they inflate prices while claiming to offer products at a reduced price. If you have been deceived into believing that you were getting a bargain on a product or service, or were charged fees that you did not authorize, you could have grounds for legal action.

If you have questions about your fundamental rights as a consumer or are a victim of consumer fraud in Texas, the experienced attorneys at Funk & Associates can help. Contact us today for a consultation.