U by Kotex Settlement

U by Kotex Settlement

A $7 million class action settlement has been announced, ending allegations that U by Kotex tampons could unravel or come apart when inserted into women’s bodies.

Class Members include consumers who purchased U by Kotex tampons between March 8, 2013 and Nov. 19, 2019. Products covered by the settlement include U by Kotex Sleek Tampons, U by Kotex Fitness Tampons, U by Kotex Click Tampons, and U by Kotex Security Tampons in Regular, Super, or Super-Plus Absorbency.

Potential Award

Up to $30 without proof of purchase. An additional cash benefit can be claimed by Class Members with proof of purchase.

If you qualify for this settlement, Submit a Claim by August 18th, 2020

 

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Ocean Spray Artificial Flavors Class Action Settlement

Ocean Spray Artificial Flavors Class Action Settlement

This Settlement resolves a lawsuit against Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. (“Ocean Spray”) alleging that Ocean Spray’s Product labels claiming to contain “No Artificial Flavors” are false and misleading because the Products actually contain the artificial flavoring ingredients dl-malic acid and/or fumaric acid.

Ocean Spray denies the allegations and any wrongdoing. Nonetheless, it has agreed to settle to avoid the cost and uncertainty of litigation. The parties have reached a settlement that would provide monetary recovery as detailed below in exchange for a waiver and release of your claims. By participating in the Settlement, you waive and release any claims against Ocean Spray concerning the marketing and labeling of the Products.

Submit a Claim by July 10, 2020

 

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GROVE SQUARE COFFEE CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT

GROVE SQUARE COFFEE CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT

The manufacturers of Grove Square Coffee have agreed to pay $25 million to settle class action claims that its single cup products meant to be used in Keurig machines contain instant coffee instead of ground coffee.

Alabama, California, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee consumers who purchased Grove Square Coffee in the single cup version between Sept. 30, 2010 and Sept. 30, 2014, could get cash from this settlement.

Under the terms of the Grove Square class action settlement, Class Members will receive between $25 and $275. Alabama consumers may file a claim for a maximum $100 payout; New York residents who file a valid claim can expect to receive $275; consumers in California, Illinois, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee can claim $25 per product up to three items for a maximum total of $75.

The deadline to file a claim is May 7, 2020 and the final hearing will take place on April 21, 2020.

 

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Infant’s Tylenol Class Action Settlement

Infant’s Tylenol Class Action Settlement

A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about the packaging and advertising of Infants’ Tylenol. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit claim that the Infants’ Tylenol packaging (the text “Infants” and a picture of a mother holding her baby) deceives consumers into believing Infants’ Tylenol is unique/ specially formulated for infants, when the bottle contains liquid acetaminophen of the same concentration in Children’s Tylenol, and therefore causes consumers to overpay for Infants’ Tylenol.  

You are included in the Settlement as a “Class Member” if you are in the United States and purchased Infants’ Tylenol for personal or household use at any time from October 3, 2014 to January 6, 2020.

Claims must be submitted no later than April 13th, 2020.

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Kona Beer Settlement

Kona Beer Settlement

A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit. Purchasers of Kona Brewing Company Beer (“Kona Beer”) sued Craft Brew Alliance, Inc. (“CBA”), alleging statutory consumer protection and common law claims based on representations that the Kona Beers are brewed in Hawaii when Plaintiffs claim they are not. CBA denies the allegations in the lawsuit. 

The Settlement allows Class Members who submit timely and valid Claim Forms, without proof of purchase, to recover up to $10 per household, depending on the number of eligible Kona Beers purchased. Class Members who submit timely and valid Claim Forms, with proof of purchase, can recover up to $20 per household, depending on the number of eligible Kona Beers purchased. The following payments can be claimed for each eligible Kona Beer:

i. 4-pack Kona Beers: $1.25 per unit 
ii. 6-pack Kona Beers: $1.25 per unit 
iii. 12-pack Kona Beers: $2.00 per unit 
iv. 24-pack Kona Beers: $2.75 per unit 

SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM BY OCTOBER 7, 2019 

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Equifax Data Breach Settlement

In September of 2017, Equifax announced it experienced a data breach, which impacted the personal information of approximately 147 million people. A federal court is considering a proposed class action settlement submitted on July 22, 2019, that, if approved by the Court, would resolve lawsuits brought by consumers after the data breach. Equifax denies any wrongdoing, and no judgment or finding of wrongdoing has been made.

If you are a class member, you can use this website to claim the benefits described below.

Please note that none of these benefits will be distributed or available until the settlement is finally approved by the Court.

 

1. Free Credit Monitoring or $125 Cash Payment. You can get free credit monitoring services. Or, if you already have credit monitoring services, you can request a $125 cash payment.

  • At least 4 years of three-bureau credit monitoring, offered through Experian. You can also get up to 6 more years of free one-bureau credit monitoring through Equifax.
  • If you already have credit monitoring services that will continue for at least 6 more months, you may be eligible for a cash payment of $125.

 


2. Other Cash Payments. You may also be eligible for the following cash payments up to $20,000 for:

  • the time you spent remedying fraud, identity theft, or other misuse of your personal information caused by the data breach, or purchasing credit monitoring or freezing credit reports, up to 20 total hours at $25 per hour.
  • out-of-pocket losses resulting from the data breach.
  • up to 25% of the cost of Equifax credit or identity monitoring products you paid for in the year before the data breach announcement.

3. Free Identity Restoration Services: You are eligible for at least 7 years of free assisted identity restoration services to help you remedy the effects of identity theft and fraud.
 
Deadline to file is 1/22/20
 

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