Class Eligibility

Class members include all individuals who purchased Playstation Vita and before June 12 2012 and did not return it for a full refund.

Estimated Amount

$25-$50

Proof of Purchase

Required as Follows:

  • A store receipt showing the purchase was made before 06/12/12 or,
  • A side panel of the PlayStation Vita package that shows the UPC code, SERIAL or SIRIS numbers; or
  • Other information and materials that reasonably prove the consumer is an eligible purchaser of the PlayStation Vita before June 1, 2012.

Case Name

In the Matter of Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC, before the Federal Trade Commission

Case Summary

According to the FTC Sony engaged in deceptive advertising of the PlayStation Vita. This is a false advertisement settlement where the consumer has the option to return the device for a full return. According to the terms of the settlement the device was to have close-save capabilities allowing users to freeze the way and pick it up at a later time. This capability was non-existent on the device

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

6/30/2015

Contact

Claims Administration Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC
P.O. Box 2208
Faribault, MN 55021-1608
1-800-410-5484

11 responses to “PlayStation Vita Class Action Settlement”

  1. Allen Payne says:

    Who saves receipts and box panels

  2. shelly tamburino says:

    i purchased 2 for my sons but dont have the reciept anymore and we sold them

  3. Patricia Johnson says:

    I PURCHASED FOR MY GRANDSON I DO HAVEHE RECIEPT

  4. Michael Ktona says:

    The Play Station is in the back closet, now that you make me think about it, no box or receipts, want me to mail the thing back to you? What a rip-off

  5. Betty George says:

    I have one but I don’t have nothing but the console and games and you want get me to send that to you

  6. whitney kirkland says:

    I have one but don’t have a receipt.

  7. Maurice Bowman says:

    Maybe try to return to the store if you know when you purchased it, also visa or mastercard can get you any reciept that you need, check your statements.

  8. Matt Jones says:

    For a $200 gaming electronic system, most people will keep the receipt (in case something goes wrong). Buy your devices from Amazon in the future and it automatically saves the receipt, or practice better receipt keeping. Anyways, I doubt you people bought it; y’all are FRAUDULENT, PURJUROUS liars.

  9. Leoda Fountain says:

    I’ve been on many devices …you cannot download the claim forms and you can’t talk to a live person if you dail the # they provided

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