Anti-Family Amazon Hit With Another Class Action Law Suit-- for defective eclipse glasses
The New York Post, ( Fox news, Reuters, Associated Press and other news services are also reporting) reported this:
Amazon blindsides competitors all the time. Now, it's getting accused of blurring its customers' vision.
The online behemoth has been slapped with a lawsuit from a couple in South Carolina who say they're suffering from blurred vision, headaches and other symptoms after watching the solar eclipse last week through a faulty pair of eclipse glasses they bought on Amazon.
The suit, which is seeking class-action status, alleges the glasses were "extremely dangerous and or defective" and Amazon did "too little too late" to alert customers.
During the run-up to the event on Aug. 21, numerous reports surfaced that fake eclipse glasses were hitting the US market. The reports advised shoppers on how to spot them.
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