CVS Pharmacy has agreed to pay more than $2 million in fines and other costs to settle a consumer protection lawsuit alleging that the drugstore chain overcharged customers for sale items and engaged in misleading advertising. The civil lawsuit, filed on August 11th, in Los Angeles County Superior Court, alleged that CVS failed to provide an immediate discount for certain advertised items. An investigation found that since 2006, the company routinely charged consumers more for items than the advertised sale price.
Source: Los Angeles Times
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