Nordstrom customers are alleging that the department store is making false and misleading price comparisons in connection with the advertisement and sale of its merchandise at company-owned stores and website.
Consumers allege the false and misleading price comparisons appear in a variety of places, including on price tags affixed to items, on signs posted in Nordstrom Rack retail stores, in print advertisements, in mailing circulars, and on the Nordstrom Rack website—www.nordstromrack.com.
Through these mediums, Nordstrom represents that consumers can buy products at a “savings” and/or at a substantial discount from a higher comparison price (usually referred to as a “Compare at” or “comparable value price.”) However, the advertised comparison price or sale price may be illusory and fictitious. The comparison prices may not be actual or bona fide recent former prices at which the same products have been offered for sale in the local area during the 90 days immediately preceding the date on which Nordstrom advertises the price comparison.
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