Coinstar Gift Card Class Action Settlement
All persons who purchased a Gift Card from a kiosk in the state of Washington from January 21, 2010 through April 19, 2016, and who attempted to but could not redeem their Gift Card because the e-certificate code was unreadable due to fading or darkening
There are three types of awards in this settlement. The amount of the settlement depends on the documentation you can provide along with your eligible Claim Form.
- If you have an e-certificate code that can be located, then you will be issued the full amount provided via the original e-certificate code.
- If you have an original or copy of the Gift Card, you may earn $25
- If you do not have an original copy of the Gift card, you may earn $10
Proof of Purchase
Lair v. Outerwall, Inc. d/b/a Coinstar,Case No. 14-2-00040-2Superior Court of the State of Washington, County of Douglas
According to the settlement the defendant violated certain laws by printing gift card codes using thermal paper which often deemed the codes unusable