I didn't fill out a claim, but for every AMEX I've ever owned, I've received notice I'm eligible for a refund where AMEX crammed travel charges on top of travel bookings.
With all the AMEX cards I've had over the last 15 years, the notices keep piling up. EG - I got $1,200 back from 2002-2003 when I'd book airfare for work (on a personal AMEX), and they'd charge $9.99 for delay, $9.99 for lost luggage, $8.95 for accidental damage, and $9.99 for extra life insurance.
So far I'm at about $1,750 in refunds from 7 AMEX cards, so if you get the notice, pay attention.
If you login it will ask if it is for an active or closed account. For actives, it will pull your account info and there'll be a list of items eligible for refund. For closed accounts, if you recall the last 5 digits, you can enter that + your DOB and it will pull any charges eligible for a refund.
Another tcpa settlement. But seems you had to get a postcard. It's asking for some id on online form.
Eligibility: You are eligible if you received a telephone call from I.Q. Data International, Inc. between February 11, 2010 and February 11, 2014.Pro rata share of the settlement fund. Total Settlement Amount:$1,000,000 Claim Filing Deadline: July 6, 2015 Claims Administrator: ILYM Group, Inc Claims Administrator Jacqueline Jones v. I.Q. Data International, Inc. c/o ILYM Group, Inc. P.O. Box 57087 Irvine, CA 92619
In case this might save folks here time in looking up what that class action was about:
-- As far as the thread's search box seems to indicate, this class action was not mentioned on this thread previously (prior to its deadline).
-- The claim filing deadline was on March 10, 2015.
-- Reason for suit: "If automated calls were directed to your cell phone by Bank of the West, or an entity calling on its behalf, from November 2, 2008 through July 22, 2014, you may be entitled to benefits under a 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
Found another one : UMG Digital Downloads Settlement Probably very limited audience for this one lol
A proposed Settlement has been reached in several related class action lawsuits over how certain US Labels, affiliated with and including UMG Recordings, Inc. (“UMGR”) and Capitol Records, LLC (“Capitol”), calculated royalties for digital downloads, mastertones and, as to Capitol US Labels, streams of recordings. The Plaintiffs allege that under certain contracts, the Defendants did not properly calculate royalties or credit artists, producers, or other contracting parties, and claim that exploitations of digital downloads, mastertones and streams should be treated as “licenses” rather than “sales” of records.What Does the Settlement Provide?The proposed Settlement will create an $11.5 million Fund, from which eligible Class Members who submit a timely and valid Claim Form shall be entitled to receive a payment or credit for past sales or exploitations of recordings in the form of digital downloads, mastertones and, as to Capitol US Labels, streams, as compared to Defendants’ total relevant revenues for sales and exploitations of digital downloads, mastertones and, as to Capitol US Labels, streams. The time period used for purposes of the comparison is January 1, 2008, through June 30, 2011.In addition, following final approval of the proposed Settlement by the Court, payments or credits for the sale or exploitation of Subject Masters in the United States as digital downloads and/or mastertones shall be increased by approximately 10%.
Am I Part of the Settlement? You may be eligible to participate in the proposed Settlement if you are entitled to receive or are credited royalties pursuant to a contract with a US Label that: •is initially dated on or after January 1, 1965, and on or prior to April 30, 2004; •grants the US Label ownership or possession of US exploitation rights in master recordings; •contains a Records Sold Provision and a Masters Licensed Provision (as those terms are defined under the Settlement)or if you are entitled to receive or are credited royalties pursuant to a contract that has been treated by a Capitol US Label as subject to the Capitol Legendary Artists Program.
Fresh Potatoes Antitrust Class Action Settlement claim deadline : 10/16/2015
~A Settlement for $5,500,000 in cash has been reached with all the Defendants named in the class action, who are competitors in the potato industry and the co-operatives to which they belong. The Settlement provides for injunctive relief ending some of Defendants’ business practices designed to restrict the supply of Fresh Potatoes. The Settlement also provides for payments those who bought Fresh Potatoes, for their own use and not for resale, from a retailer in Arizona, California, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, or Wisconsin.
CouponClippen said: There are a number of CAS that are now 'closed' but not showing pay-out info. Any easy way to check on time frames for settlements? I doubt there is a easy way. Most people check here or on topclassactions nessage board or their facebook or on Slick deals site to see when checks start coming.
Flushmate settlement seems to be open again or extended. I remember applying long time ago.
Deadline : September 24, 2016 Total Settlement Amount: $18,000,000
Needs serial number
Eligibility: You are eligible if you are in the United States and owns or owned a Flushmate System installed in the United States. ~~This lawsuit was filed following the June 2012 Recall announcement and claims that the Flushmate System is defective and could cause the toilet to leak or burst resulting in injuries and/or property damage.
Flushmate Systems were installed in certain toilets manufactured by American Standard, Crane, Ecotech, Eljer, Gerber, Kohler, Mancesa, Mansfield, Orion, St. Thomas, Universal Rundle, Vitra, Vitromex and Western Pottery, which were sold at Home Depot and Lowe’s stores and through distributors and plumbing contractors.
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