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Author Topic: El Al 787 Dreamliner Master Thread  (Read 20012 times)

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Re: El Al 787 Dreamliner Master Thread
« Reply #600 on: November 15, 2017, 02:22:08 AM »
ElAl: Lawsuit on Matmid Points approved as class action

Google translate from Tel Aviv Stock Exchange filling:


"Further to the immediate report of the Company dated April 15, 2015 (Ref. No. 01-079609), regarding the request to approve a claim as a class action ("the Motion"), which was filed against the Company regarding the change in the terms of the Frequent Flyer Club ("Club" The Company confirmed that on November 14, 2017, the District Court of Tel Aviv-Jaffa approved the request. The main remedies are declaratory relief, which indicates that the changes made in the club program conditions were made unlawfully; Monetary compensation for members of the group for damage caused to them as a result of changes in club conditions; Or alternatively issuing an order instructing the company to allow club members to take advantage of points accumulated in the past according to the club's conditions prior to the change. The group of claimants was generally defined as members of the club, which at the time of each of the changes made, held points and their points were devalued due to the changes.

The Company is examining the decision and its implications"

 

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Re: El Al 787 Dreamliner Master Thread
« Reply #601 on: November 15, 2017, 06:45:51 AM »
ElAl: Lawsuit on Matmid Points approved as class action

Google translate from Tel Aviv Stock Exchange filling:


"Further to the immediate report of the Company dated April 15, 2015 (Ref. No. 01-079609), regarding the request to approve a claim as a class action ("the Motion"), which was filed against the Company regarding the change in the terms of the Frequent Flyer Club ("Club" The Company confirmed that on November 14, 2017, the District Court of Tel Aviv-Jaffa approved the request. The main remedies are declaratory relief, which indicates that the changes made in the club program conditions were made unlawfully; Monetary compensation for members of the group for damage caused to them as a result of changes in club conditions; Or alternatively issuing an order instructing the company to allow club members to take advantage of points accumulated in the past according to the club's conditions prior to the change. The group of claimants was generally defined as members of the club, which at the time of each of the changes made, held points and their points were devalued due to the changes.

The Company is examining the decision and its implications"
Nice. Perhaps this should be done with every airline that makes a devaluation (any that don't? ) that they should have to compensate for the decreased value of the miles earned prior to the devaluation.

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Re: El Al 787 Dreamliner Master Thread
« Reply #602 on: November 15, 2017, 08:36:48 AM »
When signing up for the program don't you agree to the T&C that they can change the rules without notice?

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Re: El Al 787 Dreamliner Master Thread
« Reply #603 on: November 15, 2017, 09:04:25 AM »
When signing up for the program don't you agree to the T&C that they can change the rules without notice?

I think this case specifically deals with the perceived lack of good faith when they devalued shortly after releasing the Fly Card a couple years back.