HOUSTON, Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Williams Kherkher Hart Boundas, LLP, announced today that it has filed a class action lawsuit against online auction site eBay. The suit was filed on behalf of eBay customers whose auctions did not start when their listing was submitted, and paid for but did not receive the full duration of auction time that they selected. "eBay has been deceiving millions of consumers over the years by claiming their auctions start when submitted, when in reality they do not begin for at least several hours, and up to 24 hours," said John Fabry, the Williams Kherkher attorney who is leading the litigation. "However, the clock starts running on your selected auction time even though eBay hasn't posted it yet." The suit focuses on violations of various provisions of California statutes intended to protect consumers, as well as common law. The suit seeks injunctive relief and damages for the class. It is estimated that there are millions of eBay consumers that have been affected by eBay's course of conduct. Williams Kherkher is committed to vigorously prosecuting this suit. eBay customers who are interested in finding out whether they qualify as members of the class action can do so by filling out a form at http://www.williamskherkher.com. About Williams Kherkher Williams Kherkher is one of Texas' leading personal injury firms. In the last decade, we have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients. Most notably, we were one of five firms that represented the state of Texas against the tobacco industry, which resulted in a multibillion-dollar settlement. To learn more about how successfully we represent our clients, please call (713) 230-2200; or, you can visit us at http://www.williamskherkher.com.
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