|May 17, 2010, 2:03 pm|
Downers Grove, IL —
The RedBox call center, 1431 Opus Place, Downers Grove received a bomb threat by a note left in the men’s restroom May 11.
Downers Grove police checked the business with building security and found nothing suspicious at 2:15 p.m., according to reports.
Police said an employee of RedBox went into the third floor men’s room at about 1:50 p.m. and found a typed note on the shelf inside the men’s room near the door.
|April 30, 2010, 2:09 pm|
By James Callan
April 30 (Bloomberg) -- Coinstar Inc., operator of the Redbox $1-a-day movie-rental dispensers, surged the most in more than a decade in Nasdaq trading after raising its 2010 outlook and reporting quarterly profit that beat analysts’ estimates.
|February 3, 2010, 5:17 pm|
Reported by: Tim Vetscher
PHOENIX -- The Arizona Better Business Bureau has received numerous complaints about the popular DVD rental company Redbox.
|December 22, 2009, 11:03 pm|
Updated: Monday, 21 Dec 2009, 10:02 PM CST
Published : Monday, 21 Dec 2009, 4:26 PM CST
By Lauren Cohn, FOX Chicago News
Chicago - Red alert on Redbox: Consumer complaints have been piling up after customers claim they've unfairly been charged late fees.
FOX Chicago News looked at the Chicago-area based DVD rental business.
"Hard to imagine how a dollar night turn into $380,” the plaintiff's attorney Jeff Millar said.
Millar said more than 200 complaints have been filed with the Federal Trade Commission since January of this year.
He argued the problem starts with Redbox's Web site.
|November 19, 2009, 3:39 pm|
Originally posted by Susanne Ault - Video Business - November 18
Lawyers behind the late-fee class-action lawsuit against Redbox have launched a Web site to locate additional plaintiffs and offer education about the case.
At the site www.RedboxLateFees.com, people can figure out if they are eligible to join the suit. There also will be regularly posted updates about the case and other related news items relating to Redbox.
|November 10, 2009, 12:20 pm|
Festooned with the slogan "no late or hidden fees ever," Redbox's bright red kiosks offer rental DVDs for a dollar a night; keep a movie longer than 24 hours, and you'll be charged $1 for every subsequent night, or you can keep a title for $25. So ... are those charges for additional nights de-facto—and hence, "illegal"—late fees, as a new lawsuit claims? Video Business reports that the class-action lawsuit was filed by Illinois resident Laurie Piechur, who apparently got fired up after she found twin $25 charges on her credit card for two Redbox movies she never returned ("27 Dresses" and "Fool's Gold").
|October 26, 2009, 2:45 pm|
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