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Egelyn Braun 6h
Volkswagen agrees to settlement with on behalf of harmed German consumers: compensation per consumer 1.350-6.257 EUR + up to 190 EUR for lawyers' fees. Consumers can reject their share & bring an individual action until Oct 2020
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Geraldine Herbert 4h
Volkswagen reaches $900 million deal with consumers over diesel...
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Euroconsumers 8h
to pay €830M in compensation to German customers! It is a positive first step BUT all EU consumers need be compensated! Unequal treatment of victims cannot be tolerated. Euroconsumers won’t give up its battle: Class actions pending 🇧🇪🇮🇹🇪🇸🇵🇹 is a🌍scandal!
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monique goyens 7h
Finally ! It took the assertiveness & professionalism of member to reach, after 4+ years, a settlement with VW to compensate 260k consumers victims of . Well done, colleagues - now focus on all those consumers, in DE & else in EU, that are still left out.
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marco pierani 5h
My sincere congratulations to and all our colleagues at that's exactly what Consumers Organizations are there for👍 And now let's make it happen in the rest of Europe, all EU Consumers victims of deserve adequate compensations ASAP
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Paul_Henri_Cadier Feb 27
for food = If the meat had been chlorinated as in the USA it would have been safe to eat.
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Ed Mierzwinski 5h
(Re-re-tweeting with correct name !) Great work holding accountable to pay consumers compensation for infamous "Hey, why don't we rig the air pollution tests?" scheme. Congrats to and the German Consumer Organization !
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The Consumer Voice 6h
Press | Settlement reached: Volkswagen to compensate consumers in Germany affected by Volkswagen must now take responsibility for those European consumers not covered by the German settlement, and provide them with adequate compensation also:
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Helena Leurent 4h
New "declaratory model action" in Germany - a legal instrument similar to US class actions or group litigation orders in the UK - allows collective redress for . Here used by fantastic team for 260,000 consumers in
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Greg Kable 6h
raids continue! has confirmed reports that members of Stuttgart public prosecutors office and Stuttgart police raided its offices in on Wednesday seeking evidence relating to diesel emission manipulation measures.
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monique goyens 5h
. after more than 4 years, finally first signs of hope for EU consumers duped by : & VW settle to compensate 266.000 German consumers. But this is not end of the story. Many more consumers still left in the cold
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Business Standard 4h
The consumer federation and earlier this month fell out in public after agreeing in principle on 830 mn euros ($916.3 mn) in payouts for German diesel car drivers.
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The Consumer Voice Feb 27
Real driving emissions and the fallout are major consumer concerns, our will say at this event. The EU ought to make sure diesel cars don't pollute more than they're allowed to. In short: ditch the ‘conformity factor’.
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Jim Hall 5h
Volkswagen and a major German consumer group said on Friday that they had reached an $902.04 million agreement in a class action lawsuit over the carmaker’s rigging of diesel emissions tests. you're getting off cheap!
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paul czaplicki Feb 21
resumes talks over emissions compensation via
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zvivid Feb 26
Replying to @businessinsider
It doesn't. WV trash.
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EV Bike Dude 3h
Replying to @GerHerbert1
Indeed. I was wondering if the Irish bothered to do anything. I know I've person who bought a VW in 15 just before and didn't even complain to the dealer at the time. I said if it was me, I'd have asked for a full refund and returned it.
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Ivo Mechels 8h
All dieselgate victims are equal and should be treated that way. is not only a German problem. All EU consumers should receive the same treatment.
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M. A. Bergagård Feb 26
After the incumbant carmaker sure needs to get the trust of the consumers back with its answer the . Looks promising and looking forward to seeing it on the road soon! has a great head start as its DNA is surely electric and AI centered.
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Greg Kable 6h
Stuttgart's public prosecutors' office has increased by four the number active and former Porsche employees accused of being involved in diesel emission manipulation measures. The total number of accused now stands at seven.
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DW Business 11h
🔴BREAKING: strikes compensation deal with German consumers
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