Rust-Oleum Spray Paint Settlement
This settlement includes all persons who, between December 12, 2011 and May 30, 2017, purchased, in the United States, any of the Products listed below for personal use, not resale.
- Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover 2X spray paint
- Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch 2X Ultra Cover spray paint
- Rust-Oleum PaintPlus Ultra Cover 2X spray paint
- Rust-Oleum American Accents Ultra Cover 2X spray paint
- Rust-Oleum American Accents 2X Ultra Cover spray
Up to full refund
Settlement Class Members may elect either a Tier 1, Tier 2, or Tier 3 Benefit for Products purchased between December 12, 2011 and May 30, 2017, regardless of the price paid, subject to further adjustments or reductions:
(a)Tier 1. Settlement Class Members who elect to fill out the Claim Form section for Tier 1 and who do not have valid Proof of Purchase may recover up to a maximum of $1.00 per Unit for up to a maximum of three Units ($3.00 per Household); or
(b) Tier 2. Settlement Class Members who elect to fill out the Claim Form section for Tier 2 who are willing to provide additional information and who do not have valid Proof of Purchase may recover up to a maximum of $1.50 per Unit for up to a maximum of four Units ($6.00 per Household); or
(c)Tier 3. Settlement Class Members who fill out the Claim Form and who provide valid Proof of Purchase may recover the amount for which valid Proof of Purchase has been provided up to a maximum of $20.00 per Household.
(d)Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the Settlement Administrator may make further adjustments to the Benefit based upon responses on the Claim Form.
Proof of Purchase
Daryl White, Jr., v. Rust-Oleum Corporation(Case No. 16AC-CC00533) CIRCUIT COURT OF COLE COUNTY, MISSOURI
An Action was brought against Rust-Oleum. The Action claims that Rust-Oleum improperly marketed its 2X spray paint Products as providing twice the coverage of competing brands. Plaintiff brought various claims challenging the alleged misrepresentations on behalf of himself and other consumers who bought the 2X spray paint Products. Rust-Oleum denies that there is any factual or legal basis for Plaintiff’s allegations or the claims in the Action. Rust-Oleum contends that its 2X spray paint Product Labeling is accurate, denies making any misrepresentations and, therefore, denies any liability. It also denies that Plaintiff or any other members of the Settlement Class have suffered injury or are entitled to monetary or other relief. Rust-Oleum also denies that this case can be certified as a class action, except for purposes of Settlement. The Court has not determined whether Plaintiff or Defendant is correct.