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Lawsuit: Fred Meyer charged 10 cent deposit on non-redeemable containers

Lawsuit: Fred Meyer charged 10 cent deposit on non-redeemable containers

Customers in an Oregon class action lawsuit claim the grocery store chain charged a bottle deposit on containers that aren’t redeemable.

No, this is orange juice in a carton that's not a deposit item,'” Fuller said.

Others noticed it when they went to return the item that wouldn't have thought to return the item and then others wouldn't have thought to return the item and they didn't know it all until they went back to look at their receipts once they heard of the case."

A Fred Meyer spokesperson refused to answer questions about the controversy or its bottle policy in general.

Thousands of people who paid the extra deposit on these containers would be eligible to receive about $200 in damages if the customers win the class action lawsuit, according to a complaint filed in federal court on August 13.

Source: www.kezi.com
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