Under the terms of the Babolat tennis racquet class action settlement, Class Members who submitted valid Claim Forms with proof of purchase or serial numbers are eligible to receive a reimbursement of $50 for each adult tennis racquet and $25 for each junior tennis racquet purchased. This amount is equivalent to a refund of approximately 25 to 34 percent of the purchase price of each qualifying tennis racquet. Class Members who do not provide a serial number or proof of purchase are eligible to receive a reimbursement of $20 for each adult tennis racquet and $10 for each junior racquet purchased, up to a maximum of three racquets per person.
scripta said: Got a https://www.sctaxsett.com check today. Waiting for 2 more (claimed > 2 years ago, it kept getting appealed, but I guess it's all finalized now). They are going to 1099 these checks! That does not make any sense at all because the money they took was not deducted. What am I missing?
TheBells said: scripta said: Got a https://www.sctaxsett.com check today. Waiting for 2 more (claimed > 2 years ago, it kept getting appealed, but I guess it's all finalized now).They are going to 1099 these checks! That does not make any sense at all because the money they took was not deducted. What am I missing?You are missing reading comprehension. They are going to 1099 the INTEREST earned on the tax refunds if the total interest exceeds $10. I'm guessing interest is why the checks are slightly higher than the original numbers.
computer87 said: Lowes ZIP Code Collection Class Action Settlement
Filing Deadline: Mon, 2015-07-27 You are eligible If you purchased goods or services using a credit card from a Lowe's store in Massachusetts from June 3, 2009 and April 22, 2015, and the register clerk requested your ZIP code (other than for shipping, installation, or delivery purposes). Typical Settlement Amount: Gift card worth up to $25. Total Settlement Amount: $300,000
The lawsuit claims that Uponor Yellow Brass Fittings and components made from high zinc content brass were defectively designed and prematurely corrode (orbreak down) when drinking water runs through them. This chemical process is called “dezincification.” The lawsuit also claims that when the high zinc content brass is exposed to this water over time, it becomes blocked, cracks, weeps, seeps, and/or leaks and may affect your water supply. Uponor and the Other Defendants deny all of the claims and allegations made in the lawsuit. Uponor believes they acted responsibly in the design of plumbing products and components that are made from high zinc content brass. The Other Defendants believe they acted responsibly in supplying, selecting, using, and installing the plumbing products and components in plumbing systems.
A lot of proof is needed / a lot of details please read at the links.
You are included in the Settlement if you purchased bottles and/or cans of Beck's Beer brewed and sold by Defendant in the United States for personal, family or household purposes and not for re-sale during the Class Period.
A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Nike , Inc. and Apple Inc. regarding the Nike + FuelBand. The Nike + FuelBand is a wristband that utilizes an accelerometer to track physical activity, measure NikeFuel, and tell the time of day. The lawsuit is pending in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, Case No. BC509363, before the Honorable William F. Highberger. The lawsuit claims that Nike and Apple engaged in violations of consumer protection laws in connection with the Nike + FuelBand. More specifically, the lawsuit alleges, among other things, that false and/or misleading statements were made regarding the Nike + FuelBand’s ability to accurately track calories, steps, and NikeFuel, and that there were breaches of the warranty terms of the Nike + FuelBand. Nike and Apple deny the claims in the lawsuit and maintain that they did nothing wrong or illegal. The Court has not decided which side is right.
Amount: Under the Settlement, Nike has agreed to provide either a Fifteen Dollar ($15) payment or a Twenty-Five Dollar ($25) gift card redeemable at Nike -owned stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, and online at Nike .com, for each Nike + FuelBand purchased by members of the Settlement Class during the class period for which a valid claim is timely submitted. Each class member who timely submits a valid claim may choose between the monetary payment or the gift card. The gift card is freely transferable and does not expire.Claim Filing
~~The lawsuits claim that the labeling and packaging of Move Free, Move Free Advanced, Pain Free, Lubriflex, Great American Nutrition, Metaform, Muscle Tribe, Victory, Schiff, Kirkland, Member's Mark and Spring Valley brand joint health products contain false, deceptive and misleading statements and do not warn consumers about their potentially harmful side effects. Schiff denies each and every allegation of wrongdoing, liability and damages that was or could have been made in the lawsuits.
~~Settlement Class Members who submit a timely and valid Claim Form with proof of purchase, such as a cash register receipt, the box or bottles of a Covered Product containing a readable UPC code and lot number, or documentation showing purchase of the Covered Product and the date and location of that purchase, may claim $10 per bottle of Covered Product for up to five bottles (a total of up to $50). Settlement Class Members who submit a timely and valid Claim Form without proof of purchase may claim $3 per bottle of a Covered Product for up to four bottles (a total of up to $12). You may submit a claim for the Covered Products for which you have a proof of purchase and for those you do not. If the total dollar value of valid Claim Form plus Notice and Administrative Costs, Attorneys' Fees Award and Incentive Awards exceeds $6,510,00, the payment to each Settlement Class Member who submitted a valid Claim Form will be reduced until the total amount paid under the Settlement equals $6,510,000.
~~Claim filing deadline postmarked by September 24, 2015 Electronically submitted by September 24, 2015
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