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scottvm said:   one for the dog owners:
Dogtreatproductssettlement.com

  That is the Waggin' Train one. I thought it was already posted.

https://www.dogtreatproductssettlement.com/

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scottvm said:   one for the dog owners:  Dogtreatproductssettlement.com
That's for Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch brand pet treat products imported from China or containing any ingredients imported from China. They want to know my vet info and date of visits.

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Here's one IF you are a current or former customer of Bright House Network LLC (BHN) who subscribed for Digital Cable at any time between February 2005 and August 19, 2014. A Settlement has been finally approved in the lawsuit Parsons v. Brighthouse Networks, LLC, Civil Action No. 2:09-cv-267-AKK, in which the Plaintiff alleges that Defendant BHN engaged in a practice of requiring Premium Cable subscribers to lease one of its set-top boxes, and that this constitutes an unlawful tying arrangement that violates Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.
http://www.brighthouseclassactionsettlement.com/index.html by April 15, 2015

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Received a $7.15 check today from the Nutella Settlement.

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 10 dollars from Sinus Busters
 50 dollars from Vioxx   (that one took few years I think).

 

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computer87 said:    10 dollars from Sinus Busters
 50 dollars from Vioxx   (that one took few years I think).

 

  I received $10 from Sinus Busters today too!

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Nutella here and I still buy it too

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jayK said:   http://traderjoeszipcodelawsuit.com/
  
So basically customers were asked or required to provide their zip code at the time of purchase with a credit card. This makes a lawsuit? Most every time I pump gas the machine asks for my zip code. Do I have a case?

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Do you live in CA?

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No, why?

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Here's one for wine drinkers in California http://www.taintedwine.com/

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atikovi said:   No, why?Pay attention 

I suspect automated dispensers got an exception.

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There's a difference between collecting ZIP for marketing and collecting ZIP for credit card processing (i.e. gas pumps).

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RedSombrero said:   There's a difference between collecting ZIP for marketing and collecting ZIP for credit card processing (i.e. gas pumps).
  
Who said anything about collecting ZIP for marketing?

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atikovi said:   
RedSombrero said:   There's a difference between collecting ZIP for marketing and collecting ZIP for credit card processing (i.e. gas pumps).
  
Who said anything about collecting ZIP for marketing?

 Collecting ZIP for marketing is what started the California class actions.

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RedSombrero said:   
atikovi said:   
RedSombrero said:   There's a difference between collecting ZIP for marketing and collecting ZIP for credit card processing (i.e. gas pumps).
  
Who said anything about collecting ZIP for marketing?

 Collecting ZIP for marketing is what started the California class actions.

  
That link just says:

What’s The Case About?
Our firm, Capstone Law APC, is litigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers who made purchases using a credit card at any Trader Joe’s Co. (“Trader Joe’s”) retail store in California and who were asked or required to provide their zip code at the time of purchase, and whose zip codes were recorded. The lawsuit, entitled Trader Joe’s Song-Beverly Cases, is currently pending in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Coordinated Case No. JCCP4670. The lawsuit alleges Trader Joe’s engaged in the following unlawful conduct:

◾improperly requesting and recording personal information during credit card transactions.

We believe that Trader Joe’s practice and policy of collecting and recording consumers’ personal information is in violation of California consumer laws.


Doesn't say anything about using the zip for marketing. Could be for the same reason as at the gas pumps, security.
 

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That's just a law firm trying to solicit clients. The actual link is: http://zipcodessettlement.com/, which redirects to https://zipcodessettlement.simpluris.com/pages/default.aspx. But even there I couldn't find exactly which law is broken, so you'll have to look up the CA ruling I mentioned earlier.

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I've also received the $7.15 (roughly 2 13 oz. jars worth on sale) from the Nutella settlement (odd thing it's selling much better than 3 years ago, even with the nutritional caveats [too much fat and way too much sugar] put on the product and its' newer competitors).

At least I could get something nice for lunch on their courtesy.

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