Jewelry Stores’ Unauthorized Accounts
Desmond et al. v. Sterling Jewelers, Inc. and Comenity Bank
United States District Court for the District of Delaware, Case No. 1:19-cv-00866
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Defendant Sterling Jewelers, Inc. (“Sterling”) owns and operates some of the best-known jewelry stores in the United States including Kay Jewelers and Jared. In addition, it operates a variety of mall-based regional brands including JB Robinson Jewelers, Belden Jewelers, LeRoy’s Jewelers, Rogers Jewelers, Shaw’s Jewelers, Osterman Jewelers, Goodman Jewelers, Weisfield Jewelers, and Marks & Morgan Jewelers and the on-line store of JamesAllen.com.
The complaint alleges defendants performed credit checks by the submission of unauthorized credit applications resulting in the issuance of unauthorized accounts, including credit cards. Consumers only learned of this fraudulent activity upon receipt of the credit card in the mail. These unauthorized applications have an impact on credit scores, credit histories, and can cause substantial injury.
You can learn more about this case by reviewing the Amended Class Action Complaint in the Case Documents section below.
The Plaintiffs filed their amended class action complaint on August 8, 2019. The Defendants have several weeks before they are to respond to the allegations in the complaint.
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Amended Class Action Complaint – 8/8/2019