Ghost Bed Mattress 101 Free Night False Advertising  – Class Action Investigation

Chimicles Schwartz Kriner Donaldson-Smith is investigating a potential class action related to alleged false advertising concerning a purported risk-free, 101 night return window for mattresses sold by Ghost Bed. While the policy provides for a risk-free return of the mattress, there have been reports that the Company will deny returns for a number of arbitrary reasons or will fail to refund money even after a return has been accepted.

For instance, consumers might be denied a return on the grounds of their complaint about the mattress not necessarily being related to comfort level. Once the return request has been denied, Ghost Bed will take further retaliation by voiding the 101 night policy.

If you bought a mattress from Ghost Bed and were either denied a return and/or never received a refund of the purchase price under their 101 night policy, please fill-out the form below

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Attorneys for this case:

Benjamin F. Johns