Shop Fee Class Action Lawsuit
- Provides information about the Dishkin v. Tire Kingdom class action lawsuit
- If you paid a fee while shopping at Tire Kingdom between March 23, 2003 and March 23, 2014 you might be eligible for a payment as a result of this class action lawsuit
- The lawsuit claims that the TBC Retail Group charged an unauthorized fee in regards to certain transactions at Tire Kingdom
The lawsuit revolves around two fundamental issues: 1. “overcharged” for a service at Tire Kingdom and “imposition of a shop fee based upon a percentage of the retail price of the service, rather than the advertised or charged price,”. TBC denies all wrong doing but has agreed to a settlement Fund of $2.5 million in order to resolve the lawsuit out of court. Class action member who file valid claims will receive a settlement payment of $1.75 or a $15 off coupon that can be used at any Tire Kingdom in the state of Florida.
The lawsuit is in the jurisdiction of the District Court of Appeal of Florida, Third District and is case number Nos. 3D08-2087, 3D08-2088.
Other Shop Fee Lawsuit Notes
- The class reps in the case are lawyers Aimee Dishkin and James Soper
- The lawsuit started when Aimee Dishkin went to a Tire Kingdom store at 8495 S.W. 132nd Street in Miami, Florida
- The court trail judge in the case is Thomas Wilson, Jr.
The class action lawsuit argues that when customers presented a coupon for an oil change for $16.99 they will charged additional unauthorized fees such as shop fees and hazardous material disposal charge. The class members claim that Tire Kingdom was in violation of in violation of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (FDUTPA), §§ 501.201-.213, Fla. Stat.