Canon USA is currently facing a class-action lawsuit after plaintiff David Leacraft discovered the deceptive marketing practices of the printer maker.
According to the complainant, the Pixma MG6230 printer would disable the scanning and faxing functions if the printer ran out of ink.
Canon USA is hit by a $5 class-action lawsuit filed by the plaintiff. According to the complainant, the company has falsely advertised the printer’s capability for its profit sales.
Tech Spot reported that the case started when Leacraft spotted that the “all-in-one” machine would not work as advertised by the company. Following the discovery, the scanner would be disabled, in addition to the faxing function.
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