N.J. Sues Video Chain Over 'Late Fees'

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DALLAS Blockbuster’s “No More Late Fees” campaign violates New Jersey’s consumer protection laws, according to a lawsuit filed by state Attorney General Peter C. Harvey on Friday.

Harvey said the Dallas-based video and game rental chain did not disclose that overdue rentals are automatically converted to a sale on the eighth day after the due date.

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