Who’s Affected?

Did you shop at an Eddie Bauer store or an Eddie Bauer Outlet store?

Did you receive a misleading marketing email from the company?

Eddie Bauer allegedly deceives its customers by advertising false discounts from invented and inflated list prices via in-store advertisements and deceptive marketing emails. 

Eddie Bauer was hit with a false discount class action lawsuit in 2019 alleging that the clothing retailer advertises perpetual fake sales of 40-60% off in its stores nearly every single day, calculated based on fake and inflated list prices that Eddie Bauer in fact almost never charges.

Eddie Bauer is accused of perpetrating this false discount advertising scheme in order to trick customers into purchasing its products and to fool customers into believing its products are worth more than they actually are.  

Eddie Bauer was also hit with a deceptive marketing email class action lawsuit alleging that Eddie Bauer sends marketing emails which advertise false percentage-off discounts. For example, the Eddie Bauer email subject line may include a claim such as “Limited Time! 50% Off EVERYTHING” or “50% Off Everything? This Is MADNESS!”

The email subject lines are false and misleading because the advertised discounts are false. In fact, the supposedly discounted price is just Eddie Bauer’s everyday normal price for the product. 

If you made a purchase from an Eddie Bauer retail store or an Eddie Bauer Outlet store, or if you received a marketing email from Eddie Bauer, you may qualify to join this FREE Eddie Bauer deceptive marketing class action lawsuit investigation.

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Eddie Bauer Sale Overcharge Practices

Eddie Bauer has faced class action lawsuits claiming that the advertised discounts in its Eddie Bauer retail stores and in its Eddie Bauer Outlet stores are false and misleading. According to consumers, the retailer intentionally deceives consumers into believing that its products are on sale.

In one Eddie Bauer class action, a consumer claims that Eddie Bauer inflates the prices on its product tags to trick customers into believing that the items are worth more than they actually are worth. The consumer alleges that Eddie Bauer advertises perpetual or near perpetual discounts (typically a purported savings of 40-60% off) calculated from the invented and inflated list prices on its product tags.

The company is accused of advertising these false discounts in order to increase its revenues and profits by fooling customers into believing that they are getting a bargain. The consumer alleges that customers do not enjoy the actual discounts Eddie Bauer promises them, and that the products are not worth the amount that Eddie Bauer represents to them.  

Deceptive Marketing Emails

Eddie Bauer is headquartered in Washington State. Under Washington’s email marketing laws it is illegal to send commercial emails from a computer located in Washington if the email contains false or misleading information in the subject line.

Such false or deceptive emails violate the law, even if the consumer agreed to receive marketing emails from the company (for example, as part of having signed up for the company’s “rewards” program).

The deceptive email does not have to cause monetary harm to consumers in order for it to be considered a violation of the law and for a consumer to be awarded statutory damages.

Eddie Bauer was hit with a deceptive marketing email class action in 2019 alleging that the retailer violated Washington’s email marketing laws by using false and misleading subject lines that advertise a percentage-off discount, when in fact the discounts are false and the supposedly “discounted” price is actually just Eddie Bauer’s normal and regular price. The plaintiff sought statutory damages of $500 per email for each Class Member.

Eddie Bauer is not the only clothing retailer to be accused of sending emails that violate Washington’s email marketing laws. Last year, Carter’s Inc. was hit with an email marketing class action lawsuit accusing the children’s clothing company of sending emails with subject lines that advertised false percentage-off discounts and fake sales.

Eddie Bauer may be guilty of similar deceptive email practices. Consumers nationwide who received marketing emails from Eddie Bauer may be eligible to take legal action under Washington State law.

Can I Take Legal Action For Eddie Bauer False Discount Advertising?

Consumers who fell victim to Eddie Bauer’s false discount advertising in its Eddie Bauer stores or Eddie Bauer Outlet stores, and consumers who received marketing emails from Eddie Bauer, may be able to take legal action against the company and recover compensation. 

If you were deceived by an Eddie Bauer or Eddie Bauer Outlet sale, or if you received an Eddie Bauer marketing email advertising percentage-off discounts, you may qualify to join an Eddie Bauer deceptive marketing class action lawsuit investigation.

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