Quebec man seeks to file class action against Netflix over fee hikes without warning 

“They had to send a notice which mentions exclusively the rate that the people were paying and the new rate,” said lawyer Pierre Boivin, who represents the consumers. “They also have to mention that the consumer would have 30 days to cancel the contract if they don’t agree with this increase, and that’s not what Netflix sent. They did not respect this provision of the Consumer Protection Act.” – Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press via The Toronto Star

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