A Miami-area resident is suing Internet domain name auction company SnapNames.com Inc. in Florida state court following the company’s admission that an employee secretly participated in the company’s auctions.

The class action, Cueto v. SnapNames.com Inc., which was filed on Nov. 9 in the Circuit Court of the 11th Judicial Circuit in Miami-Dade, Fla., claims that legitimate bidders overpaid, and the company unfairly profited, because of the employee’s actions. The case defines the class as anyone who was outbid or submitted higher bids in a SnapNames.com domain names auction because of the employee’s actions.

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