Online DVD Lawsuit - Current and Former Netflix Subscribers

If You Rented Online DVDs from Netflix,
A Class Action lawsuit And A Settlement could Affect You.
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quartrhoss Nov 16, 2011
all class action lawsuits work that way. The only people that win are the lawyers
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nodrog Nov 16, 2011
i googled this for more information and i found out that you only get paid a lot if you were part of the group that started the suit or if you're one of the lawyers. lol for your effort in signing up and mailing the claim you get about $1.50 lol which if you're one of the many people that believe time is money you're actually losing money.
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payless162 Nov 16, 2011
Yeah keep on watching fox news, see how much free thought you have left in your brain, many of you have been brainwashed into thinking that fighting for your rights as a consumer is a bad thing. Sue their pants off so they are kept in line.
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Triarch Nov 18, 2011
None of us will have any rights if these frivolous lawsuits keep clogging up our courts, destroying our economy. You need to wake up and see what is really going on.
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Cworld14 Nov 16, 2011
PLEASE don't waste your time for nothing and feed the greediest of lawyers. classaction lawsuits put money in greedy lawyers pockets. You may get a discounted rental or a coupon that will just benifit netflix and walmart. Google the three classaction lawsuits that HP lost. Your compensation, a coupon for $1.50 to $4.00 off an ink purchase online at HP.
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jlarson328 Nov 17, 2011
Yep. People hear "lawsuit" and think they'll get some fat check. You will get a coupon or a few bucks. Is that worth padding lawyers' pockets? Not to me.
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CrazyPheel Nov 16, 2011
Nobody wins here except for lawyers.
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Tiger_TX Nov 16, 2011
Nice Netflix
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GraceurFace Nov 16, 2011
I find this to be ridiculous. So Netflix decided that to separate their company into different parts and worked with Walmart into order to smoothly transition. There is actually no legal problem with that. If you think that they "jacked up the prices" well that is just how the industry works. Netflix had every right to do what they did because they owned the rights to distribute. If they wanted to raise prices then why do they have to stop? Because everyone in the U.S. wanted to watch movies for less $10 a month? Please. All I see in this "lawsuit" are people who are trying to steal money from what they think are big corporations. Walmart I can "understand" why people hate but Netflix? Honestly? If you really wanted to find another streaming service there are other sites.
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seventhsilver Nov 16, 2011
I completely agree.
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Cworld14 Nov 16, 2011
I agree as well. If you really want to show netflix than just cancel the service.
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colorblindVision Nov 16, 2011
They doubled their price with nothing new ... that's why people hate them.
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lancescape Nov 17, 2011
I'm now paying $7.99 for their unlimited streaming = a dollar saved for me. If it's new/must-see, I'm likely downloading it anyway with better quality (1080p/720p), and long before Netflix touches it. In a nutshell, the DVDs had become utterly obsolete (I'm sure the dust on my DVD player is as bad as my CD player). HD media players are cheap, cutting the DVD service would quickly pay for one. I can see why some are upset, but I can't say I'm one of them.
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helloamy1977 Nov 15, 2011
thank you..I'm surprised netflix hasn't went back to their old prices yet.
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MrBklynW Nov 15, 2011
how do i know if this is legit? its asking for a lot of information
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belarus94 Nov 15, 2011
First - it is secure website (HTTPS) Second - you can always email Walmart or Netflix and ask then about Case 09-md-02029-PJH Also there is bunch of docs on that site with a lot of info.
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MrBklynW Nov 15, 2011
okay, just want to make sure before i give out my info. thank you belarus! your awesome!=D
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belarus94 Nov 15, 2011
No problem
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