09 Feb Simple Math at Play in SnapNames Lawsuit
How much did customers overpay thanks to Halvarez? Last week I reported about how the judge in the California lawsuit against Snapnames questioned how much money was at issue. In order to qualify for class action status, at least $5 million must be at stake. In questioning the total number, the judge noted that the plaintiff in the case had lost a whopping $20. If ‘halvarez’ participated in 50,000 auctions at an average overpayment of $20, that would be only $1 million.
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Simple Math at Play in SnapNames Lawsuit