Oregonian on BP consumer fraud class action

The Oregonian picked up the filing of the BP class action. Their report is here on OregonLive. More on the case–including a copy of the initial complaint (pdf)–is here. A few clarifications:

1. The case covers only debit card purchases of gasoline at Oregon ARCO and AM/PM minimarket stations.

2. Under Oregon law, we must give defendants 30 days’ notice and allow them the opportunity to fix the harm that they have caused. If they do not do so within the time, we may seek money damages for the class. We will amend to seek damages for the proposed class, unless BP wants to make things right quickly.

3. If you have questions or stories you would like to share, please use this contact information to give us a shout. (We’re a small outfit,  so it may take us a while to get back to you.)

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  1. how do we apply for this rebate? I purchased gasoline at Arco stations in Multinoma and clackamas counties, as well as on numerous trips to California

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