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Just received my Nearly Naked class action check for 8.30 yesterday..... because it was class action, and out of California, only a fraction the "settled" claims amounts were paid out....I am awaiting transcripts from that case to read for myself.... You can be sure that defense counsel received every million they had proposed to receive....lol...Sad, but true, and I also had receipts!

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dmicohen said:   Just received my Nearly Naked class action check for 8.30 yesterday..... because it was class action, and out of California, only a fraction the "settled" claims amounts were paid out....I am awaiting transcripts from that case to read for myself.... You can be sure that defense counsel received every million they had proposed to receive....lol...Sad, but true, and I also had receipts!
  what was the expected amount b4 receiving $8.30 check?

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Received my class action check from Garden City Group/GCG. However, since I was on a mission, by the time I returned to the states to find the check, it was already expired since it was marked "void after 90 days." I mailed it back to GCG 6 months ago, but never received a response of any kind. Now what?

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zubba said:   Received my class action check from Garden City Group/GCG. However, since I was on a mission, by the time I returned to the states to find the check, it was already expired since it was marked "void after 90 days." I mailed it back to GCG 6 months ago, but never received a response of any kind. Now what?
  any link to this class action (expired is OK)? any Direct Deposit option?

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Does AugustFour ever quit with the nonsense. If not for his posts this thread would be so much more enjoyable to read.

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Just got one for just about every product I bought for my first child: www.babyproductsantitrustsettlement.com

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outtawhack said:   Just got one for just about every product I bought for my first child: www.babyproductsantitrustsettlement.com
  could you post the amounts (did you get checks)?

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Got an e-mail this morning that the appeal in the LCD panel class action was dismissed and they are going to start moving forward with disbursing the nickels. Could not find the thread devoted to that settlement with searching, but did find this one. Hope this is not repeat information

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are disbursed nickels over $10?

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Dear Claimant:Yesterday you received an email regarding the status of the LCD Indirect Purchaser Class Action Settlement. Unfortunately, that email contained the wrong URL for the settlement website. This has been corrected in the email below, which now contains the correct website and email addresses. We are sorry for any confusion this may have caused.


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AugustFour said:   
Dear Claimant:Yesterday you received an email regarding the status of the LCD Indirect Purchaser Class Action Settlement. Unfortunately, that email contained the wrong URL for the settlement website. This has been corrected in the email below, which now contains the correct website and email addresses. We are sorry for any confusion this may have caused.


  Maybe if you posted the correct URL?

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www.lcdclass.com
the website said $25, $100, $200 or more depending on the number of lcd screens purchased.

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Yeah lcdclaim was malicious....

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LORENW said:   
AugustFour said:   
LORENW said:   Dreamfields Pasta Settlement

I just got an email from this one, here is a claim form

https://dreamfieldssettlement.com/

  thanks! how much can we expect?

  $30

Too bad this one didn't allow the actual amount
I have about 140 boxes purchased from Amazon that I have receipts for

I did the same, only 30 boxes.

  

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antidarin said:   Does AugustFour ever quit with the nonsense. If not for his posts this thread would be so much more enjoyable to read.
  Free country.........

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ShakuniMama said:   

  Free country.........

  
Which station ya listening to?

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AugustFour said:   
mizzsparks said:   I am not certain if this is the right place to post this question, but here it goes... Did anyone else receive the Flood Insurance Settlement/Class Action Claim Form from Bank of America? It reads: "All persons who were sent a flood insurance cycle letter by BANA, Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., or Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP or who were charged for lender-placed flood insurance by BANA, Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., or Countrywide Home Loans Servicing, LP on or after January 1, 2007 and before April 4, 2014 in connection with a residential mortgage loan, home equity line of credit, reverse mortgage loan, or loan secured by shares in a cooperative housing association."

On the form, it is asking for a list of years in which excess food insurance coverage was purchased. I have since sold that home and cannot remember that information (and no longer have those insurance documents). I wonder if BOA has this data and is willing to part with it.

  could the link to this Class Action be posted?

  I am just seeing your message. I mailed in the form, so I am not sure of any links.

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got mystery check today from TransUnion Class Action Settlement, Privacy Litigation for $25.80....sound familiar? looks legit, Huntington Bank, Oregon...tia
(my first check, woo! is it safe to cash?)



















 

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sloppyjo said:   got mystery check today from TransUnion Class Action Settlement, Privacy Litigation for $25.80....sound familiar? looks legit, Huntington Bank, Oregon...tia
(my first check, woo! is it safe to cash?)

  any link to TransUnion Class Action Settlement? expired claim OK! for reference only.

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Googled case #00-cv-4729  looks like it was back in 2008...could get free credit monitoring option, I chose $....it was for something to do with taking out auto loans, etc. .....sure was a long time coming.

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bank looks good. don't see any problem depositing the check.

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sloppyjo said:   got mystery check today from TransUnion Class Action Settlement, Privacy Litigation for $25.80....sound familiar? looks legit, Huntington Bank, Oregon...tia
(my first check, woo! is it safe to cash?)
 

  Just received a check for the exact same amount today.

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got my 25.80 transunion check today too

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sloppyjo said:   Googled case #00-cv-4729  looks like it was back in 2008...could get free credit monitoring option, I chose $....it was for something to do with taking out auto loans, etc. .....sure was a long time coming.
  http://www.icfe.info/financial-news-press-releases/2008/08-15-Im...

http://www.lb7.uscourts.gov/documents/10-11541.pdf 

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Squeezer99 said:   got my 25.80 transunion check today too


Me too... is it legit ??

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I had posted a message on FWF about it (see http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/finance/1380138/) and didn't realize there was a thread about class actions here. 

Anyway, my wife and I received checks for the same amount as well.  

Info about the TransUnion settlement:
http://www.listclassaction.com/ 
http://www.listclassaction.com/content/Summary_Notice.pdf 
  

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Don't remember signing up for the Transunion class, but my wife and I got checks yesterday as well. Same amount as everyone else--$25.80 which was a nice surprise in the mail yesterday.

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BlueSeaLake said:   Wonder when the GM lawsuit will come up for the ignition issue since 2001
 

  Never. Under the terms of GM's "new birth",  the US govt gave GM amnesty to class actions that occurred under the old GM. You can still sue GM individually but there will never be a class action for .the ignition issue since it occurred under old GM

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Was checking here to find out about that Transunion check myself, and see that others reported receiving the same. I'd completely forgotten about that, and I've moved since 2008, so they must have received my current address via the USPS. This part of the web link posted by weictay is of interest:

"Unless the Seventh Circuit's decision is appealed, the first round of checks will be distributed to Registered Claimants in the summer of 2014. A second distribution will take place in the future to distribute checks to all Registered Claimants who timely negotiated their checks during the first distribution."

So, deposit them checks ASAP, 'cause it appears that another is coming later to those who do.

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This thread reminded me that I'm still waiting for the outcome of two cases of which I was notified. Fraley, et al. v. Facebook, Inc. (http://www.fraleyfacebooksettlement.com/index) is currently in the appeal stage. Moore v. Verizon (https://www.verizonthirdpartybillingsettlement.com/) is in the Challenge and Rebuttal phase of the administration process.

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SweetClover said:   Was checking here to find out about that Transunion check myself, and see that others reported receiving the same. I'd completely forgotten about that, and I've moved since 2008, so they must have received my current address via the USPS. This part of the web link posted by weictay is of interest:

"Unless the Seventh Circuit's decision is appealed, the first round of checks will be distributed to Registered Claimants in the summer of 2014. A second distribution will take place in the future to distribute checks to all Registered Claimants who timely negotiated their checks during the first distribution."

So, deposit them checks ASAP, 'cause it appears that another is coming later to those who do.


I got my $25.80 check last week. I don't even remember signing up for this class action. I already spent it on a meal at Outback Steakhouse.

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Those of you getting a cut of the High Tech Employee class action (Apple/Google/Intel/Adobe/Intuit/Pixar/Lucasfilm employees), the judge threw out the $324M settlement for being too small and in consideration of strength of the case.....that worked out to about $3700 per employee, plus another $225 from other settlement. 

At $380M, this would work out to $4340/employee (+$225).....that seemed to be the amount that would make settlement even with the prior settlement which happened before the class was certified and Steve Jobs emails came out.....judge seemed to imply she thought it should be even higher than this given the $9B potential award ($140k/per employee) at trial.

Actual payouts were based upon cumulative income over the ~4.5 years. At 15% loss equating to $3B, that means average base annual income for class was about $69k (which accounts for things like the wide base-pay range in class and many people who only worked a fraction of the 4.5 years for one of firms).....above payouts would likely be scaled by approximately your_avg_income/$69k.
 

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where is the link to this High Tech Employee class action?

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AugustFour said:   where is the link to this High Tech Employee class action?Just use Google - it's right there in plain site...

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Just got notice of this one too from Kitco.........requires proof of purchase of platinum or palladium bullion.

http://www.platinumpalladiumphysicallitigation.com 

Plaintiffs allege the Settling Defendants, Non-Settling Defendant MF Global, Inc., and other persons engaged in a manipulative scheme to cause, and did cause, artificially high prices of platinum futures contracts and palladium futures contracts traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange (“NYMEX”).  Physical Plaintiffs allege defendants manipulated the closing price of NYMEX platinum and palladium futures by engaging in “market on close” trades during the last two minutes of the day’s trading. The closing prices for platinum and palladium futures are the volume-weighted average of prices for the last two minutes of the day’s trading. Physical Plaintiffs allege the defendants took advantage of this and the fact that the market is lightly traded by making numerous, large purchases during this two-minute window, resulting in an artificially inflated closing price of platinum and palladium futures. Physical Plaintiffs allege that because the physical “spot” price is based on trading in the futures market, defendants’ conduct impacted the physical platinum and palladium markets and artificially inflated the prices of physical platinum and palladium.  Physical Plaintiffs allege this artificiality caused them and others similarly situated to pay artificially high prices to purchase or otherwise invest in physical platinum and palladium conforming to NYMEX delivery requirements and platinum or palladium bullion of at least 99.95% purity during the Class Period.

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Just got $50 from MFA v. Kiebler et al

Payouts went upto $1200, depending on how hard the State of Michigan screwed you.

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JamesPolk said:   Just got $50 from MFA v. Kiebler et al

Payouts went upto $1200, depending on how hard the State of Michigan screwed you.

  when did this claim expire? any links?

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AugustFour said:   
JamesPolk said:   Just got $50 from MFA v. Kiebler et al

Payouts went upto $1200, depending on how hard the State of Michigan screwed you.

  when did this claim expire? any links?

  Are you that clueless AugustFour? 1. If he got paid it is obviously past date to claim. 2. I can't believe you have not been reported for filing false claims for something you never bought, just hoping they would cut you a check.

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AugustFour said:   
JamesPolk said:   Just got $50 from MFA v. Kiebler et al

Payouts went upto $1200, depending on how hard the State of Michigan screwed you.

  when did this claim expire? any links?

  For someone who is obviously trying to scam their way to all of these class action payouts, you sure are terrible at it.

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