Following the 2016 Holiday season, thousands of parents are suing Spin Master, the makers of Hatchimals (a hatching toy egg), for a malfunctioning defective product claiming they pulled the ole’ “bait and switch” scam on them.
“Millions of children and families across the globe were sourly disappointed with coal in their stockings, in the form of a bait-and-switch marketing scheme perpetrated by Spin Master,” the lawsuit alleges.
However, with thousands of other consumers claiming their eggs hatched as advertised, it would appear these consumers simply received a defective product.
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