What is a class action lawsuit?
Do I need to prove I purchased these products?
Will I be contacted to testify in court?
How much will I receive?
Is there a limit to the number of claims I can make?
What happens to the settlement money if it is not claimed?
Why don’t you need a receipt? Couldn’t anyone file a claim?
I don’t see XXX case here?
I do not live in the United States, can I file?
What happens if I don’t file a claim?
Do I need a lawyer?
Is there a list of expired settlements?

What is a class action lawsuit?

A class action is a type of lawsuit that lets groups of people act collectively. A lead plaintiff sues on behalf of everyone affected, and if they win, everyone in the affected class shares in the damages award.

The idea is to let consumers band together and bring lawsuits that they could not economically bring individually. For example, imagine if a company was making a pen that because of a faulty designed leaked ink. If you bought one of the defective pens and ended up with ink all over your clothes, you might feel ripped off but suing the company would be impractical. A lawsuit would be expensive and time consuming, and even when you won you wouldn’t get enough to make it worth your time. So the company could go on making these defective pens.

A class action lawsuit lets everyone who bought one of these pens sue together. With thousands of affected consumers acting collectively, the lawsuit is economical for both parties than thousands of small lawsuits. One of the affected people would play the role of the lead plaintiff, and sue the pen manufacturer. And when they win or settle the case, the court orders a fund be set up to pay compensation to anyone who bought these pens.

The lawyers are paid out of the compensation fund. And the lead plaintiff is usually given an extra payment to compensate them for their time.

Do I need to prove I purchased these products?

Many settlements require no proof or purchase whatsoever. In some cases, a proof of purchase is required if a consumer is claiming to have purchased more than a certain number of a particular item. Other times, a high priced product may require some proof of purchase, but that could be a credit card statement or something similar, rather than an original receipt, so this should never deter you from claiming your just reward.

Of course, you should only file for settlement for products that you actually purchased. Lying about purchasing something is not cool.

Will I be contacted to testify in court?


How much will I receive?

The amount varies, however, there are many instances where a $100 or more can be received in a single claim, by checking back frequently, you can continue to receive settlement awards.

Is there a limit to the number of claims I can make?

You can apply for as many settlement awards as you’d like, there is no limit on the number of different settlements that you can apply for. They are all typically different companies with very different products, settlement amounts etc.

Each settlement has specific rules regarding the limits on a specific item, often requiring a receipt of a claim for more than a few items is made. For example, if you bought up to 6 bottles of skin lotion you might not need a receipt, but claims for more than 6 bottles might require a receipt. However, if it is a big ticket item, you may require a receipt or other proof of purchase in order to make your claim.

What happens to the settlement money if it is not claimed?

What happens to the remaining settlement money if it is not all claimed by class members depends on the terms of the settlement. But, the most common three situations are:

  • Company Keeps the Money – in some settlements, the defendant company keeps the money. (We are not a fan of this arrangement, because it creates a direct incentive for the company to avoid publicizing and paying out claims.)
  • Distributed to Claimant Members – in some settlements, the extra money is divided among those that made claims. There have been situations with unsubscribed settlement pools where the claimants received settlements far in excess of their purchase price because of this method.
  • Distributed to Charity – in some some settlements the remaining funds are given to a charity. (latin term) In principle it is meant to be a cause that benefits the class. In practice you often see funds given to causes that seem more aligned with the attorney’s personal interests that those of the class.

Why don’t you need a receipt? Couldn’t anyone file a claim?

Most of these cases involve products bought many years ago, and it is unlikely any consumer would keep a receipt or other proof of purchase. Do you keep the receipts for a pair of shoes, or Nutella spread they bought five years ago? If a receipt was required, none of the affected consumers would be able to claim their settlement money. So instead most mass consumer product settlements use an honor system for filing claims.

This trust based system does open them up to abuse, by people filing fraudulent claims. The legal philosophy that underpins the system is that as the party that wronged consumers, it is better the company bear the cost of these fraudulent claims than to deny the victims their just compensation.

Of course this does not mean you should file a fraudulent claim. Lying is not cool.

I don’t see XXX case here.

If you know about a case that we are missing, email us the details at info@classactionrebates.com and we will add it to the list.

I do not live in the United States, can I file?

These settlements are for consumers in the United States. The vast majority only provide for settlements for American consumers. In some cases, the American settlement is part of a larger global settlement and there may be a settlement fund administered in your local country, but we regret we do not have the resources (or skills) to locate, investigate, and list all these global settlements.

What are all these cases about? Why do these companies owe me money?

Most of these cases are to do with a company selling an unsafe or defective product, or advertising the product in a way that was false or misleading. Other common reasons for a class action lawsuit are companies colluding, or otherwise violating anti-trust laws. Companies producing unlawful environmental damage. Billing errors, where consumers were overcharged for a good or service. Contractual violations, where a company was not living up to the terms of their contract with their customers.

What happens if I don’t file a claim?

If you do not file a settlement claim (or opt out of the settlement>, then you will not receive a settlement payment. In most cases, your rights to receiving any settlement in the future will be severely limited. For all practical purposes, if you don’t fill in the settlement form then you won’t get anything.

Do I need a lawyer?

You do not need a lawyer to file your claim and get your settlement.

If you want to do something more complicated, like object to the settlement, then a lawyer would be advisable. But, this too does not require a lawyer.

You can of course hire a lawyer to represent you if you choose.

Is there a list of expired settlements?

We do have a list of expired settlements.

153 responses to “Frequently Asked Questions”

  1. keith says:

    please take the New Balance, Car Fax, Walgreens Wal-Born @ Bayer Aspirin OFF the listing page of Open Settlements. You can NO LONGER FILE A CLAIM on these.

    Also why don’t you have the AOL or Southwest Claims listed? Thanks! GREAT SITE – Please find more Open Cases.

    ADMIN – Hi Keith,

    I plan on updating about once a month at which time I will email the update to anyone who subscribes. (I figure there is no great benefit to more regular updates)

    I included the AOL Search Data settlement. I did not include Southwest drink voucher settlement, because I thought it was a pretty pitiful settlement, and not worth many people’s time. I think there is value in our curating settlements so only things that are widely available and where the settlement is worth the time of filling out the form

    • Angela malone says:

      My check of 505 bucks bounced, so now I have to pay it back. My account is in the negative. I’m not sure what to do.

  2. Sam H Bates says:

    I am trying to file a claim for benifits from the settlement aganist a dietary supplement that bears the brand name ‘Ageless Male’

  3. Monique says:

    Are you telling me that all we will get from $137 million is $50 dollars? Or are we getting the entire amount owed to us for the fraudulent fees?

  4. Regina Maxwell says:

    I have proof of purchase and would like to have my money back, plus some for pain and suffering from these shoes.

    • kc says:

      the only way you would get more in a class action lawsuit is to be the lead plantiff in the suit otherwise you get whatever the class gets.

  5. Sheryl A. Bors says:

    Do I just check back on this site on June 10 /11.2013 to find out how much we get? Or how do Ifind out and how long does it take after thatdate? Thank you? Sheryl A. BORS

    ADMIN – Hi Sheryl,

    The amount of time that it takes to get your rebate varies a lot. Sometimes it is as soon as 2 months after the settlement closing date. Sometimes it takes much longer.

  6. Lisa Galindo says:

    I lost my claim form. Can I get another copy?

    ADMIN – Hi Lisa,

    Yes, you can get another claim form to replace a lost form. Simply contact the claims administrator associated with the case.

  7. Debbie Nesler says:

    Do we have to pay taxes on any settlement checks we receive?

    ADMIN – Hi Debbie,

    My understanding is that the settlements aren’t taxable, because you aren’t gaining anything (just getting a partial refund to compensate you for a loss you suffered).

  8. Michelle Fulmer says:

    When are the checks being mailed out to people who filed? Just wondering when to expect it.

    ADMIN – Hi Michelle,

    The date the checks are mailed varies a lot settlement-by-settlement. The typical rebate check is mailed 2-3 months after the settlement fund stops accepting applications. But, this is not true of all settlements. If you need specific information about a settlement, then the best source of information is the class action administrator for that particular fund.

    • Judith E Ventimiglia says:

      Who is the class action administrator? I filed my Lia Sophia claim on 2/8/2018 and have heard nothing.

      Please advise.


      ADMIN – Hi Judith,

      Lia Sophia Settlement
      c/o Settlement Administrator
      PO Box 170
      Philadelphia, PA 19105-0170

  9. jeff says:

    On the EA case I submitted a claim for games I bought and sent my son. He also saw this lawsuit and submitted a claim under my name for those same games. So I have now doubled dipped. What should I do?

    ADMIN – Hi Jeff,

    I would just reach out to the EA Sports Class Action Administrator and ask them to delete one of the duplicate entries for you.

  10. Debbie says:

    I have not received my refund yet, I filed a claim on line but have received anything. It has been a long time since I filed my claim.

  11. BHASKAR says:

    I claimed for $15 voucher but I received back 30% off 100. Please let me know the process to request return and get what I requested for

  12. robert carpenter says:

    I received a letter and form in the mail about the ab circle pro lawsuit and I mailed it back is this good enough to qualify for a refund. I didn’t file online. is there a way I can find out if I am on the list to receive a refund.

  13. Lorraine Clayton says:

    I just wanted to say thank you. I received my check for the Sketchers a few weeks ago and the check from AOL yesterday. I would have never known I qualified if it were not for your site.

  14. Pam says:

    Thank you so much for this site. It’s easy to navigate and understand, and I actually am eligible for about $75! In this crazy economy, the little guy often gets the shaft. It’s nice knowing there are people like you out there helping ordinary folks get the $$ that’s due to them.

  15. meredith says:

    I participated in the 1800 Contacts class action and I need to know if I filled out everything correctly including returning a second form requesting my ss#? I’m having a hard time finding a contact number…

  16. Angelina says:

    I dont recall having a CitizenS Bank, unless it was over 20 years ago. CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN WHAT EXACTLY THIS SUIT WAS ALL ABOUT? HOW DID THE BANK MESS UP?

  17. Bonita Peck says:

    I submitted a claim but never received a check. Can you help me.

    ADMIN – Hi Bonita,

    I don’t know what class action your filed for, but the process to check on your claim would usually be to contact the claims administrator for the class actions that you filed.

  18. Mrs. D says:

    Is there a list of all current class action lawsuits?

    ADMIN – Hi Mrs. D,

    Yes you will find a list of currently open class actions on our homepage.

  19. stacey says:

    I need to change my address on my claim for Turbo Tax

  20. Deanna Jakubiak says:

    I didn’t know there was an action against Sketchers.
    Both my husband and I have a pair and he twisted his ankle wearing them. Is anyone able to still file a claim?

  21. PAUL Smith says:

    I own a 2011 pilot but never received a claim form. I bought my vehicle back in june 2012 but have never had a misfire , how can I be protected for the future, I do have a warranty

  22. Ron says:

    Occasionally a class action rebate offers payment through ACH instead of by check. Has anyone tried this approach and what were their results?

  23. sara says:

    I have my claim number and wondering where I can submit it to see the status.

    Please go to the page for each class action settlement and identify the contact information for each case in order to contact the proper class action administrator

  24. Jacky says:

    somebody already recived check from here ? i didn’t receive anything. where can i ask about it. ?
    i live in Los Angeles. can i call lawyers in LA ? what can i do ? what is going on ?

  25. deb says:

    do i need to claim this money on my taxes? I already spent money that was taxed for the original product. No one seems to know. Thank you

    No need to include in your taxes

  26. Ron says:

    Why did you remove the Certainteed class action? It is still active.

    Hi Ron,
    Scroll all the way down on homepage to find this settlement

  27. Bruce Norby says:

    Looking for the class action for Hyundia and Kia fuel Economy Litigation, 2013-ml-2424

    Please refer to homepage to locate this class action

  28. Beckee says:

    I filed for the Ab Circle Pro Class action Lawsuit. It has been 2 years! What is the status of this payout?
    I have not received anything. And how can I check on the status of this?

    You need to contact the admin directly. This class action was paid a long time ago.

  29. Gary says:

    Has there been a date certain set that checks will be mailed out for people in the DRAM settlement?
    Also, I am unsure of exactly what items are allowed as part of the settlements. I sent in a form for the DRAM case but, I see where people are asking about anything from shoes, food, video games, cars, to ab rollers, am I missing something should I be claiming more than computer memory?
    Hi Gary,
    For the DRAM you were able to claim more than one memory. Unfortunately the date for claiming has passed as for the comments you see on this page it relates to other class actions you can visit our homepage at http://www.classactionrebates.com to see if you qualify for other rebates and settlements.

    • Patricia Roberts says:

      Did you ever get a check. The website is not helpful at all regarding when checks were/will be sent.

      ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

      Please let us know which settlement you are writing about.

  30. Donald Pierce says:

    Why have I not been notified of compensated for my claim?

    Hi Donald,
    We are an informational website. If you want to receive updates about any claim you must contact the class action administrator for each claim separately. You can find their contact information by visiting the specific page for each class action settlement.

  31. Deidre Salcido says:

    I just heard about the Ab Circle Pro Lawsuit; however, nobody notified me. I did purchase…now what? Thank you!

    Unfortunately there is nothing you can do. You are past the deadline.

    • Kathy says:

      Why wasn’t I contacted about this lawsuit, I would have filed a claim. now you say I can’t that is so unfair, Is there anyone I can call to talk to about this can I get a phone number?

      ADMIN – Hi Kathy,

      We are not the class action admins for the majority of the lawsuits we feature. A class action administrator usually sends notices and posts information in newspapers. magazines and other publications. I don’t think there is anybody you can talk about this unless you are ready to find ways to change the laws that regulate class action notifications.

  32. Patricia Hoffman says:

    I have bought many bags of the Waggin Trails Green Supreme treats for my dog. Where do I find the information to fill out a form for the lawsuit? Please reply as soon as possible.
    Thank you.

    ADMIN-Hi Patricia,

    The information for this class action as well as the PDF form can be found here

  33. julia says:

    Wacol class action won’t accept my phone number????????I live in California… what is wrong??

    ADMIN-Hi Julia,
    Contact the class action administrator directly to ask about this.

  34. JACKY BAEK says:

    it takes too long.
    they supposed to send money and ticket in 2014.
    something is wrong. i called them one time, they said they will send ticket or check as soon as possible.
    it was 1 year ago. how long do we have to wait. untill 2020 ? 2030 ?

  35. Brenda Russell says:

    did anyone receive a check from the DRAM claim? I filed June 15, 2014

  36. K Adams says:

    I was apart of a class action lawsuit involving bank of America in 2011. At that time I received notification that if I wanted to remain in the lawsuit, that I didn’t have to do anything. I know these lawsuits can take a long time so I waited (obviously too long). Out of curiosity I decided to see what was going on. Apparently the case settled back in 2012. I received no notification and no payments. I’m told there’s nothing I can do as I did not cash the first of 3 checks distributed (never received). Is there nothing I can do? Will this go to the state controllers office, or has the bank gotten back the money they took from me in the first place?

    ADMIN – Hi K,

    If the class action settlement did not include a clause indicating where the leftover funds would most likely be forwarded to the controller. On the other hand if the leftover money was set to be given to charity you are out of luck.

  37. Diane Gormsen says:

    I received a check from Skechers Settlement dated 12 July 2013 that I never cashed. It says check was good for 90 days. How can I get a replacement for this uncashed check? Amout of check = $68.86

    ADMIN – Hi Diane,

    Generally speaking you can’t get a replacement after so much time has passed by. Check with your state controller to see if the funds were allocated under your name.

  38. Chris says:

    I filed a claim for the tuna several months, but cannot find out when they will be distributing the refund. Does anybody know when an estimated time that this will be completed?
    Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Chris,

    Please read the responses to other comments.

  39. Patricia Roberts says:

    DRAM settlement checks. Have they been mailed. I can’t find out the status and did not receive a check yet.

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    As far as we know the checks have not been mailed yet.

  40. Peggy Blair says:

    I have a claim form receipt from October 30, 2015.
    I have not received a payment of $25.00 for StarKist Tuna.
    My claim number is 62419146101.

    Also filed a claim for A&E Milk Products on the same date,
    for $10.00, which no payment has been received.

    ADMIN – Hi Peggy,

    As you probably know we are an informational website and not a class action administrator. Please contact the class action admin.

  41. Beverly Sandoval says:

    I filed a claim 2/23/13 re: Ab Circle Pro exercise device and have not heard anything…
    B. Sandoval, Lakewood, CO

    ADMIN – Hi Beverly,

    This one was paid out years ago. It was handled by the federal trade commission. Had you contacted them early you would have had a chance.

  42. Rhonda Wilkinson says:

    When will the claimants of the Hedricks vs Starkist suit receive there Tuna? My claim numberris: 61972545401.

    Thank You

    ADMIN – Hi Rhonda,

    The judge did not agree with the terms of the settlement. Now all the parties are back to the drawing board.

  43. Selina Pinkerton says:

    1800 get thin lapband I havnt received nothing at all and I got the band feb 22 2010 its been a nightmare

    ADMIN – Hi Selina,

    We can’t recall a settlement for lap bands, thus we are unable to provide you with any guidance.

  44. Judy McConnell says:

    Thank you for this site. Very informative. I look forward to the monthly updates.
    In response to K Adams inquiry of September 16, 2015 at 8:33 pm:
    If a check is missing and the class action administrator cannot help, people have found lost funds here: https://www.usa.gov/unclaimed-money Each state has a department to handle “lost/unclaimed” money.

  45. Judy says:

    Barkwell %Gilardi & Co is the administrator with Sprint settlement. They have not paid me even with sending in necessary documentation several times. I definitely do not think much about this firm.

    • Angela says:

      Gilardi is a scam itself. They never paid me from the Western Union settlement but claim to have mailed it out twice. DOJ does nothing.

  46. Ed says:

    I participated in Burris vs Sherwin Williams and just found out they supposed sent me a check in April 2016, which I never received. The claims admin told me its too late to collect as the account has already been closed and the money refunded to Sherwin Williams. Is there any recourse to this? I never got a stinkin dime.

    ADMIN – Hi Ed,

    No recourse. I encourage you to follow our Facebook page we always post which settlements are getting paid so you can contact the admins in a timely manner.

  47. Donald Ross says:

    How do I get on the list for repair for my model 700 30-06?


    Donald Ross

    ADMIN – Hi Donald,

    Are you talking about the Remington Rifles?

  48. Kathy says:

    My son passed away in June 2010. A check came in the mail for him in the amount of $131.06. Am I require to send this back or is it legal for me to keep it ?

    ADMIN – Hi Kathy,

    We can’t answer that question. It is best to consult with an attorney that is familiar with wills and trusts.

    • Richard says:

      In general, the money is part of his estate and should be deposited into the account for the estate by the administrator / executor.

      ADMIN – Hi Richard,

      Thank you for your response. Hopefully it is helpful to Kathy.

  49. Nicole says:

    Still no word on Navy Federal TCPA Class Action Suit……

  50. mary says:

    hi, i would like to ask about the multivitamins with flouride settlement case. can i file for a claim even if i got them from medi-cal? also, it was used by my daughter and she is not of legal age, if i file the claim so i do it under her name or mine?

    thank you!

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    You can only file for true out of pocket expenses. If Medi-cal paid for yours Medi-cal can file and they can get their portion of the settlement.

  51. Candace Morrell says:

    Good afternoon,

    I filed a claim for the Johnson and Johnson settlement case but haven’t heard anything, the was done last year, I haven’t received an email or letter.

    ADMIN – Hi Candace,

    This case is still open. You need to wait until the deadline has passed.

  52. Donita says:

    I received a check but I lost it what should I do?

    ADMIN – Hi Donita,

    Contact the class action administrator to see if they can issue a new one.

  53. Paula Francisco says:

    I have been contacted by phone and email by people claiming to be with FinCen and that they are responsible for sending out funds from a lawsuit against Westgate Lakes Resort. We are owners of a timeshare with them. We never received anything by mail from FinCen but our address had changed slightly over the years. Now they want me to fill out a form 105 that is for declaring funds going in or out of the US since the settlement amount due us is over $10,000. Everything I search to confirm or debunk this stops just short of doing either. They say the firm is for reporting to the IRS. Does this sound like proper
    form and/or procedure?

    ADMIN – Hi Paula,

    We do not provide with legal advice. Please contact your attorney to consult.

  54. Christine from Sacramento, CA says:

    I filed a successfully submitted my claim for the Wilkins v. HSBC TCPA Settlement before the deadline and I do not recall received my check. I have tried contacting the administrator on numerous occasions and line is busy (or no longer in service??), is there a website that I you can check to see if my claim number or control number has been paid out?

    ADMIN – Hi Christine,

    If the website is down then the settlement has been closed for a while and the funds remaining from members that failed to cash their checks have gone to charity or to the treasurer that handles unclaimed monies for your state.

  55. Diann Cannon says:

    I filed an claim with vivintTCPA and haven’t heard from anyone claim #23281199 case12.cv-61826-WJZ

    ADMIN – Hi Diann,

    Call the admin directly to check on the status of your claim.

  56. Patricia Kenney says:

    Have a claim # for a claim against AmeriCredit. Checking if this claim as been paid . About AmeriCredit calling cellphones with automatic telephone dialing system or prerecorded voice between Dec.30, 2007 until Nov.14,2014.

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    We do not handle individual claims. You have to contact the admin directly.

  57. Frank Black says:

    So my wife and stepson work for CVS. They both got some kind of notice regarding a class action suit. Neither did anything. The kid who worked there part-time, and for only a couple years got a check out of the blue for almost 700 dollars. My wife who has worked there for close to 9 years, full-time gets a check for 24 dollars! How the hell does that work? The kid hardly worked!

    ADMIN – Hi Frank,

    I am unfamiliar with the way the CVS settlement was distributed. Your best bet is to contact the class action administrator so you can give you some idea as to the rules of distribution.

  58. Arthur and Sonya Peterson says:

    Not fair for people that were not aware of action, due to them purchasing around the time claims were to be closed.

    ADMIN – Hi Arthur,

    I feel you but that is the way things are. Sign up for our newsletter that way you will never miss another settlement.

  59. John Tucker says:

    What happens if I lie saying I purchased a product and file a claim without proof of purchase?

    ADMIN – Hi John,


  60. Javis Taylor says:

    Hi, I received a Sprint Government Restitution Program refund check. The check was mailed to the wrong address and expired on, 03/17/17. I need information on how to get the check re-issued. There is no phone number or email address listed for: KCC Class Action Services, Providence, Rhode Island 02940. Thanks so much, for all help. I am desperately in need of the refund and help in getting it.

    ADMIN – Hi Javis,


  61. Rosalee Hernandez says:

    I received a claim form in the mail ,how do I know I’m in the settlement class?

    ADMIN – Hi Rosalee,

    If you received a claim form read the part that says class eligibility. If you meet the criteria set forth, you are most likely a class member.

  62. Roni Amedeo says:

    When can I expect my check. It was problems brought on by wen problems. I think I have suffered long enough, still having problems. Any information is much appreciated. Thank you!

    ADMIN – Hi Roni,

    I am not the class action administrator. To obtain additional information about the WEN case please contact the admin directly.

  63. Esther M says:

    I received a notice of class action lawsuit against Portfolio Recovery Associates. I called the number that was given on the notice; the attendant on the phone said there was no need to respond becuase I was already included. I have not heard from them. Is there a to find out if I was awarded anything?

    ADMIN – Hi Esther,

    I believe this was recently paid. You should contact the admin again.

  64. April Mendiola says:

    The Khoday v. Symantec Corp lawsuit. I missed the deadline, but suffered a great loss from that ordeal. Ended up getting Geek Squad to clean everything out of our brand new (at the time), Compaq desktop computer cleaned of all the stuff that Norton 360 Antivirus and Protection should have done. Then on top of that, my father in law was worried for future events to reoccur and decided to terminate having any type of Internet services and access.

  65. J. McClary says:

    how can I subscribe so I get notification of class action suits

    ADMIN – Hi J,

    Go to our homepage and enter your email where it reads “subscribe”

  66. William Tanquary says:

    How can I periodically check status of my Harbour freight claim status.

    ADMIN – Hi William

    By emailing the class action administrator.

  67. Sally says:

    I work for a corporation and came in after the class action third-party payor proof of claim and release had been submitted for the Flonase Antitrust Litigation / Medical Mutual of Ohio v. GSK. To date, I can not find that our company has received the settlement amount.

    Can you please point me in the right direction?

    ADMIN – Hi Sally,

    I don’t have that information

  68. Ellen says:

    I have a question. What do you do if you accidentally submit a claim form/receive a claim number twice? Is there a way to cancel one of the claims, and leave the other one valid?
    There is a phone number, but no options for this or to speak to a person.

    ADMIN – Hi Ellen,

    Depends which case you are talking about.

  69. chris says:

    i don’t know where to start,not sure if it is too late to even try.i have several bad investment and class action settlement came into play.i have submitted all required information to the settlement but till this day i have received $0 dollars,it probably been at least 5 years.Anything i can do from here on out?

    ADMIN – Hi Chris,

    Question is to vague so I cannot assist you.

    • alma says:

      You have to make sure everything is filled out correctly, I have received every claim that I submitted, I have received thousands of dollars over the last couple years.

      ADMIN – Hi Alma,

      Exactly what Alma is telling you. If you don’t fill out your forms accurately you will most likely be rejected.

  70. veronica walton says:

    what happens if the address provided in the claim we have moved from before checks are mailed?

    ADMIN – Hi Veronica,

    You need to send the admin a change of address via snail mail.

  71. William Cameron says:

    We live in Alaska but purchased a Volkswagen Golf in WA. I put AK as our State of Residence, should I have put WA?

    ADMIN – Hi William,

    Since you are asking this question under the about us tab I have no idea which settlement you are filing. If you ask your question under the right settlement I am happy to go read the eligibility requirements and provide you with clarity.

  72. Leah Suggs says:

    If there is a claim that I am entitled to but it was passed the date that the paperwork was due by can I still file it even though it is late?

    ADMIN – Hi Leah,

    Once the deadline has passed you no longer have legal recourse. You cannot file.

  73. Leah Suggs says:

    I claimed a form and then found out my husband had sent in a claim. The paperwork does say only one claim per household. Do they check that very carefully? What should I do about that?

    ADMIN – Hi Leah,

    They do and they will cancel both claims unless you contact them.

  74. Scott Smith says:

    I sent in my form online several months ago and have received nothing as of this time. When should I receive my settlement from Harbor Freight?

    ADMIN – Hi Scott,

    You should reach out to the class action administrator.

  75. Bill Smith says:

    I sent in my form online several months ago and have received nothing as of this time. When should I receive my settlement from Harbor Freight? Also my email address has changed since time of sending in so please take notice below.

    ADMIN – Hi Bill,

    We cannot answer questions on specific claims. You must contact the class action administration directly.

  76. Martin Kladko says:

    Please change my email address.

    ADMIN – Hi Martin,

    You mean in the newsletter?

  77. Robert Markunas says:


    I deposited the check in my bank and it bounced. My bank, Chase, charged me $12.00.

    What now ?

    ADMIN – Hi Robert,

    Reach out to the class action admin. Their info is posted on the page for the settlement.

  78. Linda Brumm says:

    I tried to correct the date and it went to another screen before I finished. I must have hit a wrong key. I need to get back in to make the correction. How can I make a change? Can you reset/remove my information so that I can get back to the site (DataBreach-Settlement.com) and correct the error?

    ADMIN – Hi Linda,

    You need to contact the class action administrator directly. We are not able to make corrections to claim forms.

    • Linda Brumm says:

      The only number I have is a recording. Do you have contact information?

      ADMIN – Hi Linda,

      Contact for whom? You are asking your question in our FAQ page so I have no idea which case you are talking about.

  79. Gayle says:

    I want to know if I file a claim online and its won do I just get a check in mail once case is done. and its settled or do I have to use claim number and make contact. With the court

    ADMIN – Hi Gayle,

    Generally you just get a check in the mail.

  80. Andie says:

    When filling out a class action is it only one per mailing address? We have 2 houses on our property and both my husband and the other husband purchased the same thing and both filled out the class action form, same mailing address, different names. How does this effect the claims? Are they null and void because the show the same mailing address?

    ADMIN – Hi Andie,

    You have to read the terms of the settlement. Some are per person and some are per household.

  81. Ollie Smith says:

    I really don’t understand about the sensors. Do they pose to be a danger. Should I contact ADT about this?

    ADMIN – Hi Ollie,

    The sensors were at risk of being hacked. I believe the company has fixed the issue.

  82. Gil A. Sanchez says:

    like to talk to someone live about Optimum cable company at one time i didn’t receive the proper service for about 12 to 15 minutes and was granted $2.25 credit and now the cable was out of service for about 4 hours and they only want to give $6.00 this should be a class action on behalf of the customers that loss all this time.

    Call me @484-201-3916 this happen on the 12/9/2017 from 5:00 PM to around 9:00 PM

    ADMIN – Hi Gil,

    We are not a cable company.

  83. Susan says:

    How do I start a Class Action Law Suit? I have Two I would like to do. The first: Atrium Medical’s Pro Loop Hernia Mesh and Plug. The Second: Kenmore/Sears Refrigerator Model: 25360412411.
    Thank you for your Wonderful Site!!!

    ADMIN – Hi Susan,

    The first step is to locate a class action law firm in your area and have them evaluate your case.

  84. Karen says:

    HI. I have a claim number, 800008124 from the dogtreatproductssettlement.I also have a letter saying I would be receiving money, but never did,When trying to call the number or email it does not work. Please help.

    ADMIN – Hi Karen,

    Once the number is disconnected it means the admin has closed shop. There is very little you can do at this point to recoup your money.

  85. Janee Toughill says:

    Every time I try to submit my information with my unique id 69DC6A3Z6P and pin code KMA7U7FRPY it says

    my email address is not right or does not match up. Could you please assist me in putting in a claim for buy

    one get one.

    Thank You
    Janee Toughill

    ADMIN – Hi Janee,

    Try entering everything in CAPS

  86. Natalya says:

    hi, i did not receive a settlement check ontime for Khoday vs Symantec. as a result, i could not cash it. i did not receive any notifications about payments being mailed either. i called a settlemet administrator, but they refuse to re-issue a check. what can I do? please advice. thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Natalya,

    Sadly there is nothing you can do. If the postmark is after the expiration date of the check you could potentially reach out to class counsel and they in turn could look into it but the chances of you getting your money are almost none.

  87. Fred says:

    How can I globally opt out of ALL class action lawsuits? I consider this stuff to be nothing more than legalized scams. Sorry, but that is how I feel about it. I rather see this handled in a more respectable manor (like the public handing of a CEO).

    Anyway, back to the subject; in this world of online buying, and mail order delivery, it is difficult to buy things without giving up my name, and address. Class action administrators somehow have special access to obtain address updates. I am very troubled by this. Sorry, but giving up my address to obtain 30 cents is settlement is hardly a bargain. I seek to stop them, but nobody can tell me exactly how. What wisdom do you have to offer?

    When I buy a widget, and some dubious lawyer starts a class action lawsuit, the seller is somehow expected to hand over my name, and address to some legal administrator. I am not notified ahead of time. I am not given the option to review the administrators’ privacy policy. I am not invited to examine their server configuration for security weaknesses (I am a Linux admin). Furthermore my name, and address. ends up on legal documents, that potentially anyone can view. I get exposed in exchange for an opportunity to obtain a check for 20 cents. Seriously?!? I would gladly pay $100 to keep my name off the list.

    With regard to antitrust suits. Let us get real. If I thought the widget was a subject of price fixing, then I would simply not buy it. I made the conscious effort to buy the widget, so I do not see how I am entitled to the petty difference in the price I paid, and the price some court thinks I should have paid. It means even less when the difference comes to less than a dollar.

    Btw: I am here because I bought eight, yes eight, capacitors ten years ago, and someone feels that I paid a few pennies too much for them. My name and address was exposed, against my wishes, over those few pennies!

    ADMIN – Hi Fred,

    If I knew the secret to radical privacy I would happily share it with you. Short of going off the grid and changing your name there is no way to make public records disappear.

    • phred says:

      I have looked myself up. I have no public records after 2008, when I sold my house. I checked with several services that are supposed to be able to obtain public records. They found the record of me buying the house, but the 2008 sale never shows up.

      I “vanished” long before moving to Singapore six years. I just returned to the USA only a month ago. I received the capacitor litigation notice literally days after I got off the plane. What public records could they be using? Nobody posts public records of airline tickets. I have no purchased a home yet. I just arrived here.

      ADMIN – Hi Fred,

      Welcome back. I love Singapore. We did not receive the capacitor notice ourselves and we are class members.Your best bet in finding out how exactly class counsel came about your data is to give them a call. You can find their contact information on the FAQ for the settlement.

    • Fred says:

      I have contacted them a dozen times. They no longer respond. They claim they obtained my name and old address from Digikey. They claim obtained the updated address from Transunion. Digikey claims that they do not release customer addresses. Transunion said that only a bank, insurance company, etc can get my address and they can only do so if they have my social security number.

      I quit my previous job (23 years of tenure) because they illegally gave my name to the chamber of commerce in the city where they had planned to relocate me. That is why I just started a new on Feb 8.

      ADMIN – Hi Fred,

      That seems like a frivolous reason to quit. Are you independently wealthy?

      • Fred says:

        There is nothing frivolous about expecting privacy.

        I grew up very poor. I spent half my life in poverty. I escaped poverty by having a vasectomy. My wife and I are child-free, debt-free, and own our condo outright. Not having children is much like winning a half million in the lotto (over a period of 20 years!). I sold my jeep back in 2012. We did not own a car until a month ago. We had no need. That meant another 20 grand in our bank account over five years. We are middle class, and have nearly 300 grand in the bank because we have no real expenses.

        We have flown all over the world. Now we are settling in the USA. I have a job here. It pays pretty good.

        I only returned from Singapore on Jan 26, She will be here with me by June. She is from a middle class family in Burma.

        ADMIN – Hello Again,

        The issue of privacy is quite complex. Welcome back to the United States. It is good to hear that there are still people with good life-planning skills.

  88. Mary Reilly says:

    I have a Class Action Lawsuit with Transvaginal Mesh, with Lawyers in NYC, since 2014. I’ve had to have a couple sugeries & many other issues involved. I haven’t heard anything from my lawyers in about 6 months. When will this lawsuit settle & what will I get for all I’ve been through & am still going through?

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    Those questions are questions that you need to direct to the lawyers handling the case.

  89. ray says:

    I receive class action check I am not entitled to get should I send it .

    ADMIN – Hi Ray,

    You should consult with the class action administrator to make sure that in fact you were not entitled.

  90. ray says:

    I received $3600 class action check from class action I believe I filled out the claim form wrong? should i send the check back?

    ADMIN – Hi Ray,

    From which class action? The administrator would have contacted you if your form was incorrect.

  91. JANICE GILBERT says:


    ADMIN – Hi Janice,

    You reach out to the class action administrator.

  92. JANICE GILBERT says:

    please contact me to let me know how can I get a replacement check?

    ADMIN – Hi Janice,

    If the check is expired you are unlikely to get a replacement. If the check is lost and it is within the window of distribution you can go ahead and contact the class action administrator.

  93. Susan J Martinez says:

    I want to know if this class action law suit has been finalized and if so when will payment be sent out?

    ADMIN – Hi Susan,

    Which settlement?

  94. steve patterson says:

    I’m unsure about usesage of ambit energy

    ADMIN – Hi Steve,

    Are you unsure they are your provider?

  95. Jo Montgomery says:

    I just received a postcard from a previous settlement ( I received a payment back in June 2015) ….New Transpacific Settlements. Airline tickets purchased between the US and Asia, Australia, New Zealand or the Pacific Islands. This is in addition to any previous settlement received apparently, several Airlines are involved and are listed on the website – http://www.airlinesettlement.com
    or detailed information at 1-800-439-1781
    c/oRust Consulting Inc.
    PO Box 2209

    Faribault, MN 55021-1609
    This might help people get yet another settlement. Thanks to everyone at ClassActionRebates for the great job you do!

    ADMIN – Hi Jo,

    Thanks for sharing!

  96. Clarence says:

    I have filed claims in the past and haven’t received anything. How can I check on my status’?

    ADMIN – Hi Clarence,

    You can check on the status of claims by contacting the class action administrator.

  97. Vicki Tucker says:

    I received a certificate to have my melting dashboard replaced in Florida on my 2008 Nissan Altima. My car was in a bad accident and was in the bodyshop being repaired at the expiration of the certificate. The certificate stated that in extenuating circumstances if you’re not able to get it replaced by the deadline to contact them for an extension. I emailed the administrator before the deadline date and received a reply acknowledging receipt of my request and was told the dealership should still honor my certificate and if I had any problems to contact them. When I took my car in to the dealership they wouldn’t honor it . I tried another dealership (Lee Nissan, Ft Walton Bch, Fl) and was told they had a hard time getting their money and never got paid for the ones they’d already replaced and they wouldn’t replace anymore unless I paid for it upfront! I contacted Jason Gibbs at the lawfirm and he told me he would look into it, call the dealership and he may just reissue my certificate. He requested and I mailed in all the documentation to support the fact that my car was in the bodyshop (when the certificate expired) about 6 weeks being repaired. I also sent him a copy of the letter where they’d ok’d the extension(no deadline date was given). In about a week Mr.Gibbs responded that my certificate was expired and wouldn’t be honored! I would like to know what my recourse is to have the certificate honored since I followed the procedures that was on the certificate and granted an extension?

    ADMIN – Hi Vicki,

    I would contact a private attorney.

  98. Suzanne M Rutherford says:

    We did received a cheque in July 2018, thank you.
    The new address is: 9820 Stone Borough Dr, apt. 1324
    Charlotte, NC 28277
    Old address was:
    1815 Whispering Forest Dr. apt. 103
    Charlotte, NC 28270
    Please take note for future correspondence.

    ADMIN – Hi Suzanne,

    We are not the class action administrators thus we are unable to record your address of record. Contact them directly.

  99. vvvelazquez says:

    I filed a claim and did not receive a refund check. What do i need to do? thanks,

    ADMIN – Hi V,

    You need to contact the class action administrator for the case in question.

  100. Corey Genther says:

    I did receive a post card but there is no unique ID # anywhere on it. The bottom of the card is perforated, is it possible that I am missing some of the card? If so is there some way for me to get the ID# sent to me by Email. There is not enough time for me to request a new form by snail mail.

    ADMIN – Hi Corey,

    Your best bet is to contact the class action administrator. If otherwise the lawsuit is the type where you provide evidence and you have the evidence available go ahead and file it.

  101. Sam Girgenti says:


    ADMIN – Hi Sam,

    This is the website but you have to know which settlement you are wishing to file for.

  102. Raymond says:

    What is the status of the British Air and the robo call suits where the claims had to be filed earlier this year (2018)

    ADMIN – Hi Raymond,

    Please specify the case names.

  103. Geraldine says:

    I am trying to complete a form for a claim, what is the correct type of answer for the box “LOCATION” ?

    Is it the store name? city name? a combination of things? something else?

    Please help!
    Thank You

    ADMIN – Hi Geraldine,

    For which settlement?

  104. Darryl lockhart says:

    I reviewed a check with the wrong last name. The case was Dobkin v. NRG Residential Solor Solutions,LLC. Claim #NRD-10283992 my name is Darryl A. Lockhart. Please mail me another one with the right name my contact number is 980-819-6844

    ADMIN – Hi Darryl,

    You need to reach out to the class action admin directly. We are not in charge of this settlement.

  105. LORENE TAYLOR says:

    I believe I somehow dropped off of my subscription to your monthly newsletter. I tried to subscribe again, but your website is not processing my request. Can you add me or let me know how to do it? Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi Lorene,

    I will manually add you.

  106. Curtis Lin says:

    I had filed my claim with claim#: 3087218715831 on Monday, April 11, 2016. It’s almost 3 years. I still did not receive anything yet. Would you please let me know the status of my claim?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Curtis,

      Do you have the link to the particular class action settlement that you are referring to, and is it here on classactionrebates.com? I’m afraid we can’t help you as we have no point of reference. Thank you.

  107. Beverly Ann Nelson says:

    I received a check for $2.87 for additional money due to this settlement from Verizon Wireless.
    I do not recall receiving an original check as this one states an additional settlement check.
    I am requesting my check for the original.
    Please advised so I can receive my original check for settlement.
    This is under claim # 11286181701

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Beverly,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Do you have the link to the particular class action settlement that you are referring to, and is it here on classactionrebates.com? We have several Verizon settlements posted here. I’m afraid we can’t point you to the proper Verizon Claims Administrator as we have no point of reference until we receive your update. Thank you. 

  108. Kathleen A Jackson says:

    I have a check for settlement of Couser v Comenity Bank, but the check has expired. I never cashed it. What do I do?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Kathleen,

      Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly:

      Couser v. Comenity Bank Claims Administrator P.O. Box 43315 Providence, RI 02940-3315 1-888-939-8042.

      Good luck.

  109. Frank montalbano says:

    I don’t know if this is another dupe, but I have sent quite a few messages about being added again since I have not gotten any list for February and March at this point after getting monthly lists for years, I attempted to send in 3 re-subscriptions also at this point. Is everything still the same on your end? I did get a list for Jan,that was the last. Please let me know since I don’t see any of my messages here since submitting them. Thanks much.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Frank,

      Thank you for your messages. How’s your email subscription now? Have you received any of our new settlement notifications lately? Cheers.

  110. Briana Brown says:

    Hello. I filed a claim for the Cablebox Settlement back in 2016 before the deadline and was given an confirmation code. My mother did hers around the same time, and she received a check on May 11,2019. I have tried calling, but the phone number that is on my paper and on the website is disconnected, with no forwarding address. Could someone email me back so this can be settled expeditiously> Also, my father is in the same predicament as I am. So please get back to me. Thanks.

  111. Luz Figueroa says:

    Hi. I am still waiting on my settlement for a Kenmore grill which is defective, and the lawsuit has finished. When will I finally receive my compensation for this defective grill? It’s the lawsuit Oaks vs Sears.

  112. maria tran says:

    My member # is IW14607 and my husband’s is IW14636. We both sent the form in at the same time, but my husband’s annual fee went back to the original, which is 199.99, while mine did not. I just found out this year. What has gone wrong?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Maria,

      Do you have the link to the particular class action settlement that you are referring to, and is it here on classactionrebates.com? I’m afraid we can’t help you as we have no point of reference. Thank you.

  113. Roaline says:

    What happens if I found out about the claim and claim forms after the claim deadline?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Roaline,

      As a rule, if anyone misses the claims deadline, they can no longer file a claim for that particular settlement.

      • Linda Ollman says:

        If you pass the deadline to file class action lawsuit, and you’re in a serious situation like this pandemic or was never was notified of the class action suit, can I get an extension? or should I contact a class action Law Firm?

        For roof tiles, brand: Monier Homestead
        Class action suit in March 2020
        Tiles faded.
        Took me forever to get the roofer out to fix a leak because of the shutdown, etc.

        • Angelica (Admin) says:

          Hi, Linda. Sorry to hear that. However, since we are only a newspaper of class action settlements, we have no direct connection to the cases we report about. As soon as we hear of open settlements, we post the news here; what happens to the settlement after that, we no longer post about. It’s up to our subscribers to follow up directly with their respective claims/settlement administrators and/or check directly on the settlement website for updates. Hope you eventually got in touch with the settlement admin.

  114. Martin says:

    I had filed for the Oregon CRT screen settlement. Instead of a check, they sent me a deficiency letter saying I have to prove I lived in Oregon during those years because I used a PO box (for mail safety reasons). I’m sure they didn’t ask all the other people who used their street addresses to prove they lived in Oregon during that 20-year period. However, I sent the required proof. It’s been 3 months and I still haven’t received anything from them. What rights do I have since I am entitled to the settlement?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Martin,

      Please try to contact the Settlement Administrator directly:

      Oregon LCD Settlement
      c/o GCG
      P.O. Box 10240
      Dublin, OH 43017-5740

  115. Janice says:

    I just received a rebate from a class action this week. They have my first name as “L” but my last name is spelled correctly. How would I be able to cash this rebate check?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Janice,

      Sorry to hear that. You’ll have to directly contact the Settlement/Claims Administrator. We are not the Administrator of your case. We only post such opportunities on this site. Cheers.

  116. Norma Fielder says:

    I received a check for the Smith vs. Metlife Class Action suit. If I cash the check, does that mean I am releasing the parties from further action?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Norma,

      By “releasing the parties from further action,” are you asking if you cannot file a similar case against the Defendants? If so, that is correct. That’s generally how it works. If you had wanted to receive a larger settlement, you could have excluded yourself from this particular class action settlement before their deadline, and you could have filed a separate case.

  117. Rosemary Kirwan says:


    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hello, Rosemary.

      Please contact the Settlement Administrator directly:

      Scharfstein v. BP West Coast Products LLC
      Debit Card Class Action Administrator
      PO Box 3266
      Portland, OR 97208-3266

  118. Olivia Meza says:

    Do these claims need to be printed and mailed in ? I filled out the PDF document of a claim but I am not sure what to do from there

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Olivia,

      Please review the instructions posted on the official website of your Settlement. Some Settlement Administrators require only digital copies; others give Class Members the option to email or upload a digital copy (with their digital signature), while others still ask for postmarked mail.

  119. rodney says:

    I got a check from Walmart Pennsylvania class action, but the check was outdated. What can I do to get a new check or a coupon?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Rodney,

      In reference to this ((https://www.classactionrebates.com/settlements/walmart-coupon/), please contact the Claims Administrator directly:

      Walmart Coupon Class Action Settlement
      Claims Administrator
      c/o A.B. Data, Ltd.
      P.O. Box 173053
      Milwaukee, WI 53217
      (855) 569-5890

    • Phred says:

      Bad, misprinted, misdelivered, expired (upon delivery) checks are very common when it comes to class action payouts. Odds are the case is now stale-dated and your “cut” is in the pool of “unclaimed” money. Unclaimed money gets donated. The donations are in the name of the class administrator, and/or the law firm. Ultimately the tax benefit goes to them.

      Keep in mind that bad, misprinted, misdelivered, or expired checks are no accident. That is how they create an artificial delay so that you do not get your money before the deadline (resulting in a forfeit of your benefit). That is how the system works. You did not think they had your best interest in mind, now did you?

      What percentage of checks go uncashed thanks to the above? Well, nobody knows, but if I were to guess, about half. Over the years I have received a half dozen checks from class actions. All of them were either expired, were printed with my name misspelled, or bounced and cost me a fee of $10!

  120. Ray Snow says:

    Bought Fire Free Quarry Shakes in Sep 1995, from RECON Building Products, Box 1094, Sumas, WA 98295. Just told that a class action law suit had been filed; never previously notified. We were not aware of this action. Shingles are failing. Have purchase receipts and documentation for 36.920 squares with 50 year warranty. We are not sure what to do or if anything can be done.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Sorry, Ray.  Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of fire-free Quarry Shakes settlement. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website, and unfortunately, our database doesn’t have any entry pertinent to your case. Best for you to do a general search online if the class action suit is still actively open for claims elsewhere.

  121. Phred says:

    There is a strong motivation on the part of the counsel for the plaintiffs (the class) and the administrators to pile as many names on the class member list as possible. Bigger lists mean higher potential legal fees. Furthermore, the law firm gets to decide what charity will receive the unclaimed proceeds. The charity chosen likely to be one that benefits the law firm, or the family members of the law-firm partners.

    The “stuffed” class member list will contain thousands of names of people who never did business with the defendant. The average “joe” (or “jane”) is very likely to toss out a postcard informing him or her of a class action against some defendant whom he or she has never done business with, or never heard of. For example; circa 2005, my former spouse and I received a settlement notice for baby formula. We were voluntarily child-free, and NEVER purchased baby formula. Our neighbor was 77, divorced, and retired. She received the same post card. It is very likely that she did not buy baby formula. Even if she did (or we did), how would the law-firm or the settlement administrator know that we purchased baby formula? It is not as though you have to sign for the stuff or need a license. What did we have to gain, maybe a coupon for more baby formula that we will never have a use for? What will we do with it? Maybe feed it to the dog, or make milkshakes?

    I have no hard statistics, but I am guessing that class member lists are perhaps only 50% accurate (about half the class members never did business with the defendant). How did I come to this conclusion? Well, since I started collecting class action notice postcards in February of 2018, I have received 18 of them. Only four involve defendants that I had business relationships with. I do not bother to open the notices that come to me by email, so for all I know my name may have appeared on 30 or more. I also do not know how many post cards came to old addresses while I was working abroad from 2009 to 2018.

    This is a needless violation of my privacy. The various law-firms, and class administrators do not need access to my name and address. What happens when one of them is the victim of a data breach? Let me guess, there will be yet another class action that might net me $4!?!

    What can be done about this? Someone please someone tell me.

  122. Mystie Smith says:

    A non-profit for which I provide consulting services received a check from Gannett. How do I find out if this is a legitimate settlement?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Best for you to try to find and contact the Settlement Administrator of the pertinent class action suit directly, Mystie. Best of luck.

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