galaxy-note-7-design_06-black-backSamsung really can’t seem to catch a break. The company has been hit with a class-action lawsuit in the US, and they are also facing legal action in Korea, and now it looks like customers in Canada are filing a class-action lawsuit against the company in Canada following the spate of Galaxy Note 7 explosions.


According to the lawsuit, customers are seeking compensation in the form of damages, as well as a disclosure that the company’s actions during the early part of the recall were wrong. They are also claiming that Samsung had violated the Consumer Protection Act and the Competition Act in Canada.

Like we said, things appear to be pretty rough for Samsung at the moment as they are facing headaches with the Note 7, and not too long ago they were also forced to recall 2.8 million washing machines that would apparently break away when in use, which is obviously a rather dangerous situation to be in.

The company had also recently taken out full-page ads in several newspapers to publicly apologize for everything that has happened. It’s hard to say if Samsung will be able to recover from this, so hopefully 2017 and the Galaxy S8 will make it easier for customers to put the past behind them.

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