Staples Class Action Settlement – You May Be Owed

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Staples Inc. has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging it under-credited Staples Rewards customers’ accounts by misapplying retail coupons.

If you are a Staples Rewards member who, between March 24, 2009 and April 25, 2017, purchased a Rewards-eligible product and a non-Rewards-eligible product in the same transaction, used an item-specific coupon on the product that was not eligible for Rewards and you were negatively affected by Staples’ coupon accounting method, you may be entitled to benefits from the class action settlement.

Are you eligible?

Class Members of the Staples Rewards settlement include: “All United States Staples Rewards Members who, during the Class Period, [1] bought a Rewards-eligible product and a non-Rewards eligible product in the same transaction, [2] used an item-specific coupon on the non-Rewards eligible product, and [3] were negatively impacted by Staples’ pro rata coupon accounting.”

According to the Staples class action settlement documents, the Class Period means March 24, 2009 through April 25, 2017.

How much is the settlement?

Class members will potentially receive $10 in Staples Rewards.

What do I need to do to file a claim?

No proof of purchase is currently needed. However, Class Members may be asked to verify their claim. The Settlement Administrator has asked Class Members to retain any supporting receipts. Class members may submit a claim HERE through July 24th, 2017.

For more information, see the settlement website www.TorczynervStaplesSettlement.com

 

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Ever Purchased Method or Ecover Products? You May Be Entitled to Cash

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If you purchased certain Method and/or Ecover products between Aug. 1, 2010 and Apr. 27, 2017, you may be entitled to receive a cash payment from the class action settlement filed in September 2016 which claims the defendants violated certain laws regarding the marketing, labeling, and advertising of certain Method and Ecover branded products.  The natural products class action lawsuit takes issue with the defendants use of the following terms in the labeling, marketing and advertising of certain Method and Ecover products: “Natural,” “Naturally Derived,” “hypo-allergenic,” “non-toxic,” “plant-derived,” “plant-based,” “mineral-based,” “bio-based,” and similar statements.   The defendants deny the claims but have agreed to pay a settlement.

NOTE: To be eligible to participate in the class action settlement, you must be a U.S. resident and you must have purchased the eligible Method and/or Ecover products in the United States.  Class Members who do not submit proof of purchase may claim up to eight units, and Class Members who do submit proof of purchase may submit claims for all products purchased.  Potential Award Approximately $1 per unit purchased.  Class Members who submit proof of purchase can receive payment for all covered products purchased while those who do not submit proof of purchase can only claim up to eight products purchased.

The products covered under the natural products class action settlement include Method and Ecover branded personal care products, dishwashing products, laundry products and other household products.

A full list of the covered products is available here.

Claim Form Deadline is 4/27/17 ► CLICK HERE TO FILE A CLAIM

Settlement Website www.MPPSettlement.com

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Have you bought PACKAGED ICE?? Get Your Class Action Settlement Award

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If you purchased packaged ice from a supermarket, grocery store or other retailer and the ice was made by The Home City Ice Company, Arctic Glacier Inc., Arctic Glacier International Inc., Arctic Glacier Income Fund, Reddy Ice Corporation, Reddy Ice Holdings Inc., or any of their subsidiaries or affiliates between Jan. 1, 2001 and Mar. 6, 2008, you may be entitled to benefits from the class action settlement.  Up to $12 with no proof of purchase if you bought packaged ice at any time between Jan. 1, 2001 and Mar. 6, 2008.

NOTE: Only members of Settlement Class II are eligible for a cash payment from the packaged ice class action settlement.

Proof of Purchase: None required for up to 12 packages of ice.
Claim Form ►  CLICK HERE TO FILE A CLAIM
Claim Form Deadline 5/17/2017

Details: www.HomeCityIceSettlement.com

  • $6 for Class Members claiming 1 to 6 bags or blocks of packaged ice
  • $12 for Class Members claiming 7 or more bags or blocks of packaged ice
  • Class Members who submit claims with proof of purchase for more than 12 packages of ice are eligible to receive a payment of $12 for 12 bags of ice, plus $2 for each additional package of ice

NOTE: The actual amount of compensation may be reduced proportionally depending on the total number and value of claims submitted to make sure all claimants receive a settlement payment.

Settlement Class I: Includes anyone who purchased packaged ice in the United States indirectly from The Home City Ice Company, Reddy Ice Holdings Inc., Reddy Ice Corporation, Arctic Glacier Income Fund, Arctic Glacier Inc., and/or Arctic Glacier International Inc. and/or their subsidiaries or affiliates at any time between Jan. 1, 2001 and Mar. 6, 2008.

Settlement Class II: Includes anyone who, between Jan. 1, 2001 and Mar. 6, 2008, purchased packaged ice indirectly from one of the defendants in any of the following states:

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

 

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TRESemmé Class Action Claims closing soon! Up to $5 per product purchased

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IMAGEConopco Inc. d/b/a Unilever has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging it falsely labeled some of its TRESemmé hair products as natural when in fact they allegedly contained synthetic ingredients. If you purchased TRESemmé Naturals products, you may be entitled to compensation from this class action settlement.  

Proof of purchase is not required for Class Members who are claiming up to 10 products per household.  If you intend to claim more than 10 products per household, you must submit valid proof of purchase when you file your Claim Form BY 10/24/16

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