Amazon is facing a fresh lawsuit over its free shipping offer for “Prime Day” customers.
On Wednesday, the California-based company said it would no longer offer free shipping to its Prime Day customers.
“We have determined that our free shipping offers to Prime Day members are not aligned with our intent and policies,” Amazon said in a statement.
“Our Prime Day Free Shipping offers have been targeted toward those who have purchased Prime Day at an Amazon store in the United States,” the company continued.
“This program has been targeted at Prime Day users, not all of the customers who have been participating in this program, and we believe that it has not worked as intended.”
In response to the lawsuit, Amazon said it was “investigating the allegations” and would provide a response in “the near future.”
The lawsuit comes amid a growing number of legal disputes between Amazon and its customers.
Last year, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the company over a controversial $500-per-month shipping policy that the company said violated federal antitrust law.
The suit alleged that Amazon’s free shipping policy for its Prime customers violated antitrust laws by favoring its own products over competitors.