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Microsoft Facing Class-Action Suit Over Xbox Live Points

January 27th, 2010 01:45 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader tips news that a lawyer in Pennsylvania has filed a class-action lawsuit against Microsoft, alleging that the company’s handling of Xbox Live transactions is, in some cases, fraudulent.
“Samuel Lassoff, of Horsham, PA, said an invoice he received earlier this month from Microsoft included charges for purchases he couldn’t complete due to a balky download system—and he claimed it wasn’t an accident. Microsoft ‘engaged in a scheme to unjustly enrich itself through their fraudulent handling’ of his account, Lassoff charged in papers filed earlier this week in US District Court for Eastern Pennsylvania. … ‘Microsoft breached that contract by collecting revenues for digital goods and services which were not provided,’ Lassoff said in his lawsuit.”

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