Sephora agreed to pay over $1.77 million to resolve claims it charged illegal taxes on Missouri purchases.
The settlement benefits consumers who made a purchase on Sephora’s website between March 1, 2015, and June 30, 2021, where the product was shipped from a location outside of Missouri to a delivery address within Missouri and where Sephora charged a tax rate higher than Missouri’s vendor’s use tax rate. Consumers who received a full refund are not included in the settlement, but those who received only a partial refund can still participate.
According to the class action lawsuit against the makeup company, Sephora charged Missouri customers more state tax than allowed under state law. This practice allegedly caused financial injury to Missouri shoppers.
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