Ann Taylor Fake Discount Class Action Settlement
A $6.1 million settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging ANN Inc. misled consumers about the quality and price of merchandise sold at its Ann Taylor Factory and LOFT Outlet stores.
If you purchased items from an Ann Taylor Factory or LOFT Outlet store that was offered at a discount from a regular or original price at any time between May 5, 2012 and May 4, 2016, you may be entitled to benefits from the Ann Taylor class action settlement.
- Who’s Eligible – Class Members include “all persons identified in ANN’s business records as of July 25, 2017, who, from May 5, 2012 to May 4, 2016, purchased one or more items from ANN’s Ann Taylor Factory or LOFT Outlet stores offered at a discount from a regular or original price.”
- Potential Award – Class Members may make a claim for a cash award worth approximately $5 or a voucher worth approximately $12.
- Proof of Purchase – N/A. If you submit a claim for cash, you must provide information about the date and location at which at least one of your qualifying purchases was made.
Tommie Copper Athletic Clothing Class Action Settlement
Consumers who bought a Tommie Copper product between April 11, 2011 and Dec. 19, 2017 may qualify to receive benefits from this settlement.
Tommie Copper infomercials featured celebrity endorsers who claimed the products relieved the pain associated with an array of different medical conditions. These celebrity endorsers included co-defendant Montel Williams, who suffers from multiple sclerosis.
The plaintiffs argued these claims were completely false. They accused Tommie Copper of fraudulently representing these products to induce them and Class Members to purchase these products and pay a premium for them.
- Who’s Eligible – Class Members include persons who purchased Tommie Copper copper-infused clothing and compression wear products directly from Tommie Copper, whether online, by phone, or at the Tommie Copper retail location in Westchester, N.Y., between April 11, 2011 and Dec. 19, 2017. Clothing covered by this settlement includes:
- Crew Compression Socks
- Calf Compression Socks
- Back Braces
- Men’s Long Sleeve Compression Shirts
- Women’s Long Sleeve Compression Shirts
- Women’s Compression Tights
- Wrist Compression Sleeves
- Ankle Compression Sleeves
- Calf Compression Sleeves
- Elbow Compression Sleeves
- Knee Compression Sleeves
- Men’ s Compression Under-Shorts
- Women’s Compression Shorts
- Men’s Compression Shirts
- Women’s Compression Shirts
- Half Finger Compression Gloves
- Full Finger Compression Gloves
- Potential Award $10 per product. – Class Members can receive a payment of $10 for every Tommie Copper product they purchased for which they can provide a purchase receipt. – Those who submit a valid and timely claim without purchase receipts and instead substantiate their claim with an affidavit may receive a total payment of $5. Claims without proof of purchase are limited to two per household. – Class Members can receive a 40 percent enhancement bonus if they use their cash award toward an online purchase of Tommie Copper products.
- Proof of Purchase – Proof of purchase is not necessary to make a claim, but claims documented with a proof of purchase will qualify for greater benefits than those made without proof of purchase. Class Members who do not submit proof of purchase will need to substantiate their claims using a signed affidavit.
SeaWorld Customer Receipt Class Action Settlement
If you were provided with an electronically printed receipt at a point of sale or transaction at SeaWorld between March 28, 2013 and April 1, 2017, and the expiration date of your debit or credit card number was printed on the receipt, you may be entitled to compensation from the SeaWorld FACTA class action settlement.
- Who’s Eligible -Class Members of the SeaWorld class action settlement include anyone who was provided by SeaWorld with at least one electronically printed receipt at a point of sale or transaction between March 28, 2013 and April 1, 2017 on which the expiration date of a personal credit or debit card was printed.
- Potential Award- $25 for Class Members who submit proof of receipt or two concession certificates with a total value of up to $9.50 (up to $4.75 per certificate).
- Proof of Purchase-None required. Class Members who submit a claim for the $25 cash payment must provide at least one qualifying receipt as documentation. No proof is required for Class Members who submit a claim for the concession certificates.
Align Probiotic Class Action Settlement
A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against The Procter & Gamble Company (“P&G” or “Defendant”) about the advertising of P&G’s Align® probiotic supplement. P&G denies all of the claims in the lawsuit and any wrongdoing, and continues to stand behind its Align® product as an effective probiotic. The Court has not decided the dispute. Instead, the parties agreed to a settlement.
- Who’s Eligible-Class Members of the Align probiotic settlement include all U.S. consumers who purchased Align for personal or household use between March 1, 2009 and June 6, 2016 and did not receive digestive health benefits.
- Potential Award – Up to $49.26. Class Members are able to submit a claim for two packages of Align purchased between March 1, 2009 and Oct. 31, 2009. Each package is valued at $15.88. Consumers also have the option of submitting a claim for one package of Align bought between Nov. 1, 2009 and June 6, 2016 for a refund value of $17.50. The settlement payout amount is 50 percent of the average retail price of Align sold during these time periods.
- Proof of Purchase – None required.
Roundup Concentrate Class Action Settlement
Those who purchased Roundup Concentrate products for personal or household use may be able to file a claim for 50 percent reimbursement of the weighted average retail price.
- Who’s Eligible Class Members include those who purchased Roundup Concentrate products in California on or after Oct. 13, 2012, along with residents of other states who purchased the covered products on or after April 5, of the relevant year under their state’s statute of limitations. Roundup Concentrate products covered by this settlement must have had packaging that stated “Makes Up to __ Gallons” on the neck or shoulder of the bottle. The following Roundup Concentrates are covered by this settlement:
- Potential Award – $11 – $53 per unit, up to 20 items. Class Members who file a valid claim will be able to receive 50 percent of the average retail price for each Roundup Concentrate item purchased during the Class Period. The amount may be reduced on a pro rata basis if claims exceed what’s left in the $21.5 million settlement fund after all litigation expenses have been paid. Settlement documents provide the following breakdown unit price for each Roundup Concentrate product covered by this settlement:
- Proof of Purchase – Proof of purchase is not required but requested; along with retail location and approximate date of purchase.