Hollister Co. Breach Of Contract. If you received Hollister Co. gift card in December 2009 as part of a promotional offer, you may be eligible to join a class action lawsuit seeking refunds on behalf of recipients of these gift cards. Hollister has been accused of breach of contract for voiding these gift cards in January 2010, even though the cards bore no expiration date.
Lawyers at our firm who investigate consumer class action lawsuits are investigating this Hollister Co. promotion, and we are offering free lawsuit evaluations to any consumer who received a Hollister gift card as part of the December 2009 promotion, but were unable to use the gift card before the card was voided by the retailer. To learn more about the Hollister Co. gift card class action lawsuit, please contact our firm today.
Hollister Gift Card Promotion
Hollister promotes and sells retail casual wear clothing and accessories throughout the United States, including locations in DuPage County, Illinois.
In December 2009, Hollister Co. ran a promotion offering customers who made a purchase of $100 or more a $25 gift card. The Hollister gift cards stated “No expiration date,” yet the company voided them on January 30, 2010 by eliminating all remaining credit on the gift cards. As a result, many consumers were unable to use some or all of the credit on the Hollister gift cards.
A lead plaintiff from New Jersey, in a class action lawsuit filed against Hollister in DuPage County, Illinois, alleges the company breached its contract with consumers by voiding the gift cards. The Hollister gift card class action lawsuit seeks compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorneys’ fees, and other relief on behalf of thousands of consumers who were denied the full value of the Hollister Co. gift cards.