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Lawsuit Alleges Amazon Is Rigging Prices To Cover Shipping Costs

Posted at 7:48AM Wednesday 23 Apr 2014

A amazon frownlawsuit has been winding its way through the courts over the past couple months, but it hasn't gotten much attention in the press yet.

A group of consumers in Washington state are suing because sometimes the "free shipping" price Amazon offers to Prime members is more expensive than prices offered by 3rd-party sellers

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