Is Crystal Clean Charging You Fuel Surcharge Fees?
If Crystal Clean charged you or your business a “fuel surcharge” fee you may be entitled to compensation. Crystal Clean provides parts cleaning services, used oil collection, and containerized waste management to customers throughout the country for an agreed upon service rate. Often, Crystal Clean and its customers enter into written agreements for these services.
However, in addition to the agreed upon service rate, Crystal Clean also charges and collects an additional fee called a ‘fuel surcharge’. Crystal Clean’s charging of this fee may constitute a breach of Crystal Clean’s contract, and may also be deceptive and misleading in violation of some state consumer protection statutes.
If you or your business has used Crystal Clean’s services at any time during the past ten years, and you were charged a “fuel surcharge”, you may have a claim for compensation. For more information, please contact us at 1-800-914-9077, or complete the free "Case Review Form" to the right.
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