Walmart Price Overcharge Class Action Litigation
Vassilios Kukorinis, et al. v. Walmart, Inc., Case No: 8:22-cv-02402 (M.D. Fla.)
Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith filed a class action complaint in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida on October 19, 2022, asserting claims on behalf of Walmart customers who were overcharged for groceries due to four systemic unfair and deceptive business practices implemented by Walmart in its stores in Florida and nationwide. The Complaint alleges that these four practices, which are explained in the complaint, result in Walmart charging customers a higher price for groceries than the lowest advertised price that appears on the shelf price sticker, the “Rollback” price, and the “yellow sticker” clearance price. The Complaint also alleges that Walmart customers have paid for pre-bagged produced that weighs less than advertised on the shelf price sticker. The Complaint brings claims under state consumer fraud statutes and for other violations of common law.
You can view a copy of the complaint here: [Complaint]
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Attorneys for this case:
Nicholas E. Chimicles
Kimberly M. Donaldson-Smith
Zachary P. Beatty