Class Eligibility

all persons in the United States of America between June 6, 2013 and December 12, 2017 who purchased one or more products at a discount off of the stated “original” or “regular” price, and who have not received a refund or credit for their purchases.

Estimated Amount

$3.00 to $20.00

The amount you will receive depends on the proof of purchase presented

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Golden, et al. v. Contextlogic Inc. d/b/a,
Case No. 17PH-CV01741
Circuit Court of Phelps County, Missouri

Case Summary sells a wide variety of items on its website. Wish often advertises discounts or sale items, along with an “original” or “regular” price and a corresponding percent discount from that “original” price to the sale price.


The Plaintiffs who filed this case allege that the “original” prices are often inflated higher than the real “original” price. As a result, the Plaintiffs allege that advertises discounts that are greater than in reality in order to induce people to buy these “sale” items.

The Plaintiffs presently bring claims against for (i) violations of the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act; (ii) Unjust Enrichment, (iii) violations of the California Consumers Legal Remedies Act, (iv) violations of the California Unfair Competition Law; and (v) violations of the California False Advertising Act. denies the accuracy of the Plaintiffs’ allegations and denies that it violated any law or caused any harm as alleged in the Lawsuit.

Settlement Pool

$100,000,000 +/-




Golden v. ContextLogic Inc. Settlement Administrator
c/o Kurtzman Carson Consultants
P.O. Box 404041
Louisville, KY 40233-4041

8 responses to “ “Original Price” Class Action Settlement”

  1. Cheryl Ongley says:

    I have purchased multiple items that were advertised with a suggested retail price much higher then the actual quality worth of the product that I received. Very disappointing.

    ADMIN – Hi Cheryl,

    Hence the class action. File your claim.

  2. Neda Hampton says:

    The Pricing on original price and discounted prices seems fishy

    ADMIN – Hi Neda,

    Very insightful indeed. It is because of pricing issues that this settlement was approved.

  3. Cindy Snow says:

    Prices did not add up. Thank you Class Action…

    ADMIN – Hi Cindy,

    You are quite welcome.

  4. Penny Loper says:

    I have purchased multiple times from Wish. I believe the prices are sometimes inflated.

    ADMIN – Hi Penny,

    If you are a class member by all means file a claim using the link provided.

  5. Jennifer Duenow says:

    I received several irritating text messages and emails stating that I had a credit and the money can be used on the website to shop with. Went to website to spend my credit but ended up being for items way overpriced. So much so that the credit wasn’t a credit but a discount on a item that was 2x’s more than anywhere else

    ADMIN – Hi Jennifer,

    If you purchased items from Wish file a claim

  6. Dani Lynn Chewning says:

    I bought many items from Wish, but I don’t have proof. What do I do now?

    ADMIN – Hi Dani,

    How about you log into your account and find proof?

  7. Tiffany Lynn Shields says:

    I’ve ordered over 100 items from wish what do I do in that case

    ADMIN – Hi Tiffany,

    You file for the maximum available.

  8. Evlon Mckain says:

    I have proof of purchases I made on wish but I don’t have screenshots from other retailer within 90 days of purchase…

    ADMIN – Hi Evlon,

    Why would other retailers be relevant to this claim?

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