Class Eligibility

You are a Class Member if you purchased any Tommie Copper Products directly from Defendants though the internet, telephone or at the Tommie Copper retail location in Westchester, in the United States between April 11, 2011 and December 19, 2017, including:

  • 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

Estimated Amount


Class members with proof of purchase will receive $10 per item purchased with no limit as long as proof of purchase is provided. For those without proof of purchase the maximum amount is $5 per item with a maximum of two claims per household

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

In re Tommie Copper Products Consumer Litigation
Case No. 7:15-cv-03183-AT
District Court for the Southern District of New York

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges violations of consumer protection and warranty laws, and claims that Defendants misrepresented the ability of Tommie Copper Products to relieve pain, including arthritis and other chronic joint and muscular pain; aid in injury management; accelerate or speed muscle and joint recovery; and improve muscular power, strength, and endurance.

Tommie Copper denies it did anything wrong, and the Court has not made any ruling on the merits of the allegations of the lawsuit. Tommie Copper, however, has chosen to provide its customers with a cash payment and/or vouchers for Tommie Copper Products rather than spending additional money on litigation.

Settlement Pool





Tommie Copper Settlement Administrator
c/o Classaura Class Action Administration
1718 Peachtree St NW, Suite 1080
Atlanta, GA 30309

35 responses to “Tommie Copper Athletic Clothing Class Action Settlement”

  1. Jennifer ogrodnick says:

    Cuts of my cerculation thought it would different

    ADMIN – Hi Jennifer,

    That is borderline dangerous.

  2. Jeffrey Fallon says:

    Please add me to the class action lawsuit

    ADMIN – Hi Jeffrey,

    Use the link provided to file a claim.

  3. Lynn says:

    I dunno guys, you want light compression, not heavy, if its cutting your circulation, don’t use it. I do a lot of hand work and I’m a little worn down, nerves around muscles etc will inflame if injured if even lightly, compression helps keep them in check, I wear a 3 way situation, copper glove, a wrist support and a sport fingerless glove, works for multi-support for me and protection. Just a wrist support doesnt work when some pain is in the hand. Not completely perfect, but helps.
    Now I know why I can’t find these in the stores. I want to see them back out, maybe some modded literature on the package. Don’t wear them continuously, if you get a little pain, throw them on for a short. Arthritis maybe a differrent animal, but if it can aid a little bit, why not. It will warm up the hands a little.

  4. Michael says:

    Hello I have purchsed 3 knee compression sleeves & a back brace. I haven’t found comfort with any of the items. Please add me to the class action lawsuit.I still have the brace & compression sleeves. But I may not have my reciepts. What is considered as proof?

    ADMIN – Hi Michael,

    Proof is receipt, online receipt etc. But if you have the product box you may want to reach out to the admin to see if they will consider that as good enough.

  5. Tina Carter says:

    Was not happy with the item.

    ADMIN – Hi Tina,

    Thank you for voicing your discontent, if you are a class member please file a claim.

  6. Candy Gardner says:

    Please add me to the class action lawsuit

    ADMIN – Hi Candy,

    I can’t add you. You need to file a claim yourself using the link provided.

  7. Emily dileo says:

    Please add me I purchased the tights

    ADMIN – Hi Emily,

    Please use the link provided to file your claim.

  8. Frank says:

    In order to qualify for this settlement does the product have to be purchased directly from them or purchases from authorized retailers like Target or Walmart are also included?

    ADMIN – Hi Frank,

    All retailers.

  9. Melinda Betts says:

    I purchased 4 pairs of socks for 2 elderly people and they suffered more with pain from the use of the socks. So I tried them and they are so tight that they made my feet swell.

    ADMIN – Hi Melinda,

    This has nothing to do with swelling but if you have proof of purchase file a claim.

  10. Sandra Schrader says:

    Circulation reduced greatly, and painful

    ADMIN – Hi Sandra,

    This settlement is not about reduced circulation. The reason for this lawsuit is as follows: misrepresented the ability of copper-infused compression fabric sold under the “Tommie Copper” brand name to provide pain relief, accelerate recovery, and improve muscular power, strength, endurance, and injury management.

  11. Rosio Valadez says:

    I bought 2 for my elbows and are very tight

    ADMIN – Hi Rosio,

    If you are a class member file a claim

    • Angela Allensworth says:

      I bought my husband and myself, one knee sleeve each and they didn’t provide any type of relief from the pain.

      ADMIN – Hi Angela,

      The tape did not help the sleeve did not help, time for you to see the orthopedic surgeon.

  12. donna kleiber says:

    I have bought 3 knee sleeves and a back one for my husband did not work………I purchased them carol wright gifts

    ADMIN – Hi Donna,

    File a claim

  13. Latrice McBeth says:

    I purchased a woman’s short sleeve compression shirt did not receive any comfort as advertised was very disappointed. Even used it several times to confirm.

    ADMIN – Hi Latrice,

    Please refer to class eligibility to see if you qualify for a claim.

  14. Judy Pennington says:

    Very uncomfortable, rolls up

    ADMIN – Hi Judy,

    If you meet the class eligibility requirements consider filing a claim.



    ADMIN – Hi Joann,

    File a claim.

  16. Scott Ashby says:

    Very poor design and lack off comfort will definetly look into a better brand

    ADMIN – Hi Scott,

    File your claim

  17. Mary Pereyra says:

    I purchased quite a few Tommy Copper for the family for Christmas. The only receipt I have is the spread out payment scheduled on my HSN card is that acceptable as proof?

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    Contact HSN to issue a copy of your receipt.

  18. gwendolyn m robinson says:

    i bougth 2 for my elbows and 1 knee sleeve

    ADMIN – Hi Gwen,

    Don’t forget to file your claim.

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  20. AARON EDWARDS says:


    ADMIN – Hi Aaron,

    If you are a class member please file a claim. It would be best if you have a receipt but you can file without.

  21. tavalyn mowerry says:

    I bought a lot of Tommy Copper products for my 2 sons and they booth complained that the socks and knee braces were so tight after awhile, they had to remove them.

    ADMIN – Hi Tavalyn,

    File your claims accordingly. Hopefully you have a receipt.

  22. Wendy Varre says:

    The socks I purchased caused swelling and pain in my legs. Not relief and comfort as described.

    ADMIN – Hi Wendy,

    File a claim using the link provided.

  23. Jimmy says:

    I bought a knee sleeve for myself and it didn’t help

    ADMIN – Hi Jimmy,

    How about you consider filing a claim?



    ADMIN – Hi Douglas,

    That sounds terrible. If you meet the criteria for class eligibility consider filing a claim.

  25. S Jordan says:

    Could I Use my credit card statement to show proof of purchase? Ill get nothing without a receipt and I didnt save anything, it was in 2014… In fact, that credit account has been closed. Wonder how I can get proof of purchase!

    ADMIN – Hi Jordan,

    If you purchased directly from them they have records. If you purchased at the Westchester location and you have a credit card statement that proves that they are likely to accept it as proof of purchase. Give it a try!

  26. Bryant Roger says:

    This does not work I bought 2 socks they did nothing

    ADMIN – Hi Bryant,

    If you meet the criteria set forth under class eligibility consider filing a claim

  27. Shruti Sanghavi says:

    If we purchased the Tommie copper product at another location in another state, are we still eligible to file a claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Shruti,

    You are a Class Member if you purchased any Tommie Copper Products directly from Defendants though the internet, telephone or at the Tommie Copper retail location in Westchester, in the United States between April 11, 2011 and December 19, 2017

    The answer is no.

  28. august parker says:

    I used the backbrace and it didn’t help

    ADMIN – Hi August,

    File your claim.

  29. august parker says:

    I used the back brace compression socks and compression tights

    ADMIN – Hi August,

    Consider filing your claim.

  30. Vincent Landry III says:

    I purchased two elbow sleeves due to elbow arthritis and to relieve pain. Sleeves did not work

    ADMIN – Hi Vincent,

    Thanks for sharing, Please file your claim using the link provided.

  31. Jane Hengtgen says:

    I bought and used two pair of the compression socks, purchased directly from Tommy Copper

    ADMIN – Hi Jane,

    Great! That means you have proof of purchase.

  32. Jane Hengtgen says:


    ADMIN – Hi Jane,

    File your claim. It is best if you include proof of purchase.

  33. Clara Cavazos says:

    I use the back brace and never did get any relief from it’s use. It was a waste of my money..

    ADMIN – Hi Clara,

    File your claim. If possible use the receipt.

  34. LINDA L BIEL says:

    i purchased 2 pair of compression socks – no help!

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