Realtors Claim Trulia Engaged In Pay-To-Play Scheme In New Lawsuit

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Two New York real estate agents claim that the website Trulia unfairly funnels prospective buyers to agents who sign up for the service. Plaintiffs Andrew Kim and John Doe Real Estate Broker say they work in real estate, acting as a broker and selling property. They allege that they lost out financially because they refused to engage in Trulia’s deceptive practices. According to the Trulia class action lawsuit, the company operates one of the biggest real estate websites in the United States. Trulia reportedly advertises that they are able to make the buying and selling of properties easier. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this with Scott Hardy, President of Top Class Actions.

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