Nearly nine months ago, a federal court in California ruled that an online grocer must refund customers the amount of money they were overcharged when the company broke its own terms and conditions by marking up prices of items ordered online. We finally know how much the supermarket chain will hand over: about $30.9 million.
The fine marks the end of a four-year legal battle in which the plaintiffs alleged that the company marked up prices for home-delivered groceries by nearly 10% in apparent violation of its own online customer agreement.
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