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Thank you for your patience as I looked into this. Apparently they were fined by the government for doing the similar thing late 2015.One can do 2 things:1. file a suit with the FTC and they will seek an injunctino preventing further such action:https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/#&panel1-1
2. file a complaint in civil court to recover the overcharge fees paid. It is labeled a risk based prpicing rule, and it is unlawful. The court may also award punitive damages designed to punish defendant. Small claims is appropriate for cases under $5,000:
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