Skip to Content



Dovel & Luner Sues Gopuff for Automatic Renewal Practices

Press Release

SANTA MONICA – On Monday, Dovel & Luner filed a federal class action lawsuit against GoBrands, Inc. on behalf of California consumers who were unlawfully charged subscription fees by Gopuff. The lawsuit alleges that Gopuff overcharged consumers by failing to get appropriate consent before enrolling consumers in its autorenewal plan.

The Complaint, filed in the United States District Court in the Central District of California, alleges that Gopuff violated the consumer protection laws of California, including California’s Unfair Competition Law and False Advertising Law.

The complaint states, Gopuff “fail[s] to present the terms of its automatic renewal or continuous service offer in a clear and conspicuous manner before fulfilling the subscription and in visual proximity to the request for consent to the offer.”

“Gopuff is violating California’s Auto Renewal Law by enrolling consumers in its Gopuff Fam subscription without adequate disclosures,” said Christin Cho of Dovel & Luner. “Plaintiff brought this case to protect Californians from Gopuff’s illegal marketing practices.”

Jenny Elliott

SOURCE Dovel & Luner, LLP
Related Links:

Related Publication(s): Top Class Actions


Scroll to Top of Page