Target Flushable Wipes Class Action Settlement
You are a member of the Settlement class if you reside in the United States and bought Up & Up Flushable Toddler Wipes at any U.S. Target Store from April 18, 2010 through October 31, 2014. The wipes involved in this settlement
were under the “Buckeye” product line, which was discontinued on October 31, 2014.The settlement specifically excludes purchasers of Nice-Pak’s “Sigma” formulation and subsequent product formulations of Up & Up Flushable Toddler Wipes.
Eligible Class Members who file a valid claim with a proof of purchase may be eligible to receive gift cards or coupons for Up & Up Wipes packs, based on the amount purchased. Eligible Class Members who file a valid claim without a proof of purchase may be eligible to receive a gift card or coupon for a capped amount based on amounts purchased. The cap for the gift cards is no more than 20 units at $1.35 per unit (up to $27). The cap for coupons is 20. If you have proof of purchase for more than 20 units you may receive 20 coupons for the first 20 purchases and a gift card in the amount of $1.35 for each additional purchase.
Proof of Purchase
Meta v. Target Corp., et al.CASE NO. 4:14-CV-0832 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
The lawsuit claims that certain Up & Up flushable toddler wipes manufactured by Nice- Pak were not flushable. Target and Nice-Pak deny these claims, and the court has not decided who is right or who is wrong. Instead the parties have agreed to settle this case to resolve the matter.