L.L. Bean sued for scrapping its unlimited return policy

By New York Post
2018.02.14. 18:11

An Illinois man is suing L.L. Bean for giving the boot to its lifetime return policy. Victor Biondi, a longtime, loyal Bean customer, called the policy change “deceptive and unfair” in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Chicago, the Press Herald reported. Biondi is seeking certification as a class-action lawsuit so that other jilted......

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