Who is a Class Member
You are a member of the Oregon Grand Central Bowling Hidden Fees Class Action Settlement if at any time from July 1, 2016 through November 22, 2017, you were charged a hidden 2% fee by Oregon Grand Central Bowl.
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- Up to $40
Payments will made to Class Members who submit a valid and timely claims form. All claim submissions will be forwarded to an independent claims administrator for verification and payment.
Proof of Purchase
- Claimants will need to enter their contact information, the last 4 digits of their card number (if you paid by card). Customers who paid with cash will need to describe what they purchased and an approximate date of purchase. All claimants will need to attest that they were not aware of the 2% fee prior to ordering.
Oregon Grand Central Bowling Hidden Fee Settlement Notes
- Kevin Mehrens v. Concept Entertainment-Six d/b/a Grand Central Restaurant and Bowling Lounge
- Case No. 17CV49816
- Pending in the Circuit Court for the State of Oregon for Multnomah County
This class action lawsuits stems from allegations that Oregon Grand Central Restaurant and Bowling Lounge overcharges customers by 2%. While 2% may not seem like much – more cents than dollars on an individual basis, imagine this 2% charge for every patron of Oregon Grand Central Restaurant being charged this hidden fee, then you’re talking tens of thousands of dollars in wrongful profits.
That’s why plaintiff Kevin Mehrens, a Portland civil attorney, hired Portland consumer rights lawyer Michael Fuller to bring this case as a class action lawsuit on behalf of all Oregonians who were essentially ripped off by the popular bowling alley and lounge. While it can be argued that this 2% fee is to offset rising minimum wage in the state, the lawsuit really centers on the fact that nowhere on the menus or in the dining area is this 2% fee disclosed to customers.
According to court documents, when Mehrens visited Oregon Grand Central Restaurant and Bowling Lounge and got his receipt, he was surprised when his meal cost more than he had expected.
“A private investigator, and other potential witnesses, later confirmed that plaintiff was not alone – defendant systematically misrepresents the cost of its menu items to all its lounge customers who order from defendant’s downstairs bar, upstairs lounge, and bowling alley,” the lawsuit states.
When confronted about their hidden fee practice, Oregon Bowling said they receive complaints all the time, but essentially just brush it off since no one really cares about a few cents extra. But Mehrens’ complaint indicates that over 1,000 consumers are eligible to file a claim against Oregon Grand Central Restaurant and Bowling Lounge and may eligible to receive a payment of up to $40. You can read the full complaint here.
- N/A: Claim Form Deadline
- N/A: Objection or Exclusion Deadline
- N/A: Final Hearing
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- Michael Fuller of Underdog Law Office