Amazon faces lawsuits to drive up prices during the pandemic

Class action has been filed Amazon During the COVID-19 pandemic, the company was suspected of driving up prices.

Attorneys for Seattle law firm Hagens Berman said on Friday that the lawsuit may include all Amazon shoppers who bought items that are believed to have artificially inflated prices. The list of affected items includes products such as masks, disinfectant wipes, toilet paper and flour.

The company’s managing partner, Steve Berman, said in a statement: “Trying to profit from a deadly pandemic is far from being victimless.” “When Amazon chooses to improve when the world is affected by COVID-19 When the prices of emergency supplies and other commodities are illegally driven up by vulnerable consumers who rely on Amazon for safe access to commodities.”

“We intend to hold Amazon accountable for the choices it makes,” Berman added.

Hagens Berman has filed a lawsuit against Internet retailer Amazon, accusing the retail giant of participating in price fraud during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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