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E-Book Publisher Class Action Settlement

Depending on which retailer(s) you bought e-books from, you may be eligible to receive a credit to your e-book account, or a check in the mail, without having to file a Claim Form. If you have not received an email, you may still proceed with the claim process to request a payment by check.

The amount of your credit or check will be affected by how many qualifying e-books you purchased. There will be two levels of payments, based on categories of books. While the exact amount to be paid per e-book in each category is not yet finalized, the best estimates of payments for each e-book you purchased are as follows:

-- New York Times bestsellers: $1.32 per e-book. These include titles that were New York Times bestsellers at any time during the claim period.
-- Non-New York Times bestsellers titles: $0.30 per e-book. These e-books include any titles that were not New York Times bestsellers during the claim period.

What you must do to get a payment from the e-book Attorneys General class action lawsuit settlement depends on the retailer(s) through which you bought qualifying e-books:

E-book purchases through Amazon: You received or will receive an email notice from Amazon. You will receive a credit in your account automatically if the Court approves the Settlements. You have the option of receiving a check if you do not want to receive an automatic credit in your account. (You can read more about the Amazon refund notice here.)

E-book purchases through Barnes & Noble, Apple or Kobo: You received or will receive an email or postcard notice from the retailer or the Claims Administrator. If the Court approves the Settlements, you will receive another email letting you know that an account credit is available for you to activate. You have the option of receiving a check if you do not want to receive a credit in your account.

E-book purchases through Sony or Google: You received or will receive an email or postcard notice from the retailer or the Claims Administrator. You must file a Claim Form, and on the Claim Form you must enter your Settlement ID number provided in the initial email or postcard in order to request a payment. You will not have to detail your purchases on the Claim Form. If the Court approves the Settlements, your payment amount will be calculated and a check will be mailed to you. You can complete a Claim Form online or, you may complete and mail a hard copy Claim Form. Claim Forms must be filed online or postmarked by December 12, 2012.

E-book purchases through any other retailer not named above: You must file a Claim Form detailing your purchases, in order to receive a check. You can complete a Claim Form online or, you may complete and mail a hard copy Claim Form. Claim Forms must be filed online or postmarked by December 12, 2012.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the E-Book AG Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.eBooksAGSettlements.com.

To request a check, instead of a credit, go to https://ebooksagsettlements.com/CheckRequestOption.aspx

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DA Bad Check Restitution Program Class Action Settlement

Nearly 800,000 California and Pennsylvania residents may be eligible to participate in a class action lawsuit settlement involving two debt-collection companies that allegedly forced consumers into paying for “Financial Accountability” classes as part of a Bad Check Restitution Program. If approved, Class Members will receive $75 cash from the $3 million class action settlement.

www.SmithSettlement.com

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Citigroup Securities Fraud Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

If you purchased Citigroup common stock (NYSE: C) between February 26, 2007 and April 18, 2008, you may be covered by the Citigroup class action settlement.

www.CitigroupSecuritiesSettlement.com

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Krossland Communications Prepaid Calling Card Class Action Settlement

Krossland Communications has reached a class action lawsuit settlement with consumers who bought pre-paid calling cards distributed by the company between 2004 and 2012. Class Members who file a valid claim can receive a Refund PIN worth up to $16 from the Krossland class action settlement.

www.KrosslandSettlement.com

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Is there a way for the ebook class action settlement online submission to not be timed out? I was in the middle of adding 48 ebooks and in the middle of the 20th one, it just reset itself. =(

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labboypro said:   iTunes Gift Card Class Action Settlement

To qualify as a Class Member, you must have purchased in the United States an iTunes gift card and the card or packaging to which it was attached contained language that “songs are 99¢” or other language indicating that songs are priced at 99¢, and you used the card to purchase one or more $1.29 songs from the iTunes Store on or before May 10, 2010.

The settlement provides for an iTunes credit of $3.25 that can be used to purchase anything available on the iTunes Store. To be entitled to a payment under the settlement, you must file a completed Claim Form on or before September 24, 2012 on this website. You are limited to one iTunes Store credit.

https://www.johnsonitunessettlement.com/Default.aspx


$3.25 payouts being made by email at this time. Check your email for "iTunes Store Credit Enclosed" from Johnson Settlement Administration Administrator@JohnsonSettlement.Vertismail.com.

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www.OrganicMilkMarketingSettlement.com, call 1-877-280-8361

Legal Notice

IN RE AURORA DAIRY CORP. ORGANIC MILK MARKETING AND SALES PRACTICES
LITIGATION in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, St. Louis, Missouri

NOTICE OF PROPOSED SETTLEMENT OF CLASS ACTION AND
FAIRNESS HEARING FOR COMPENSATION AND RELEASE OF CLAIMS

If you purchased Milk Products (organic milk and/or butter) produced by Aurora Organic Dairy and sold in the U.S. under certain brands, including Aurora Organic Dairy's "High Meadow" brand, Costco's "Kirkland" brand, safeway's "safeway Select" and "O Organics" brands, Target's "Archer Farms" brand, Wal-Mart's "Great Value" brand, and/or Wild Oats' "Wild Oats" brand, you may be entitled to compensation.

WHAT IS THIS LAWSUIT ABOUT?
Consumers sued Aurora Dairy Corporation ("Aurora Organic Dairy") and Costco Wholesale Corporation, safeway Inc., Target Corporation, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Wild Oats Markets, Inc. (now known as WFM-WO, Inc., but referred to herein as "Wild Oats," and collectively with Costco, safeway, Target and Wal-Mart, "Retailer Defendants") and claimed that Aurora Organic Dairy and the Retailer Defendants (collectively "Defendants") violated state consumer fraud and deceptive business practices acts, express and implied warranty statutes, and unjust enrichment laws, in connection with the sale and marketing of certain Milk Products (organic milk, organic butter, organic cream, and organic nonfat dry milk). These Milk Products include but are not limited to those sold under Aurora's "High Meadow" brand, Costco's "Kirkland" brand, safeway's "safeway Select" and "O Organics" brands, Target's "Archer Farms" brand, Wal-Mart's "Great Value" brand, and Wild Oats' "Wild Oats" brand. Defendants deny all allegations of wrongdoing and assert that their conduct was proper and lawful. The Court has not decided who is right and who is wrong.

WHAT ARE THE TERMS OF THE SETTLEMENT?
Under the terms of the proposed settlement, each Settlement Class member who submits a valid claim may be entitled to money. Aurora Organic Dairy and its insurers have agreed to pay $7,500,000.00 to cover claims and other settlement costs including notice and administration costs, attorneys' fees and expenses and service awards. Aurora Organic Dairy has also agreed to certain injunctive relief. For more details, write to the address or visit the website identified below.

ARE YOU AFFECTED?
If you purchased any of the Milk Products in the U.S. for personal, family or household uses on or before September 14, 2012, then you are a member of the Settlement Class. Be sure to visit the Settlement Website for complete class member information.

WHAT ARE MY LEGAL RIGHTS?
You have a choice of whether to stay in the Settlement Class or not, and you must decide now. Stay In: You will be legally bound by the terms of the settlement, and you won't be able to sue Defendants – as part of any other lawsuit – for any claims arising from or related to the Milk Products. To receive benefits from the settlement, you must submit a valid, sworn Claim Form. The Claim Form must be postmarked, faxed, or submitted online by March 13, 2013. Any member of the Settlement Class who does not timely submit a valid, sworn Claim Form will not be entitled to settlement benefits. To file a Claim Form, visit www.OrganicMilkMarketingSettlement.com. Get Out: If you get out, you will not receive benefits from the proposed settlement, but you will keep rights to sue Defendants for these claims, and will not be bound by the terms of the settlement. To be excluded from the Settlement Class, you must act by January 28, 2013. If you wish to be excluded from the Settlement Class visit www.OrganicMilkMarketingSettlement.com. Object: If you stay in any settlement class, you can object to the Settlement and must act by January 28, 2013.

WHO REPRESENTS ME?
The Court appointed Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP and Gray, Ritter & Graham P.C. to represent the Settlement Class. You may hire your own attorney, if you wish, at your own expense.

THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT:
The Court, will hold a Fairness Hearing on February 26, 2013 at 9:00 a.m., to determine whether the proposed settlement is fair, reasonable, and adequate and to approve attorney's fees and costs. The Hearing is at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, 111 S. 10th Street, St. Louis, MO 63102. If you are a member of the Settlement Class who did not seek to be excluded, you may write to the Court to object to the proposed settlement, and you may ask to speak at the hearing about the fairness of the proposed settlement.

HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION?
If you have questions, visit www.OrganicMilkMarketingSettlement.com, call 1-877-280-8361, or write to Aurora Organic Dairy Litigation Settlement, c/o Gilardi & Co. LLC, P.O. Box 808003, Petaluma, CA 94975-8003.

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Got my Farmers Class Action check today. $5.15.

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EasySavers Red Envelope Membership Program Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

If you shopped online with Pro Flowers, Red Envelope, Cherry Moon Farms, Secret Spoon or Shari’s Berries, you may be eligible to receive a $20 credit and a cash refund from a proposed class action lawsuit settlement if you were enrolled in and charged membership fees to one of the following Membership Programs: EasySaver Rewards, RedEnvelope Rewards or Preferred Buyers Pass.

The Membership Program settlement will resolve a 2009 class action lawsuit, titled In re: EasySaver Rewards Litigation, that alleges Provide Commerce, Inc. (the operator of the websites) and Regent Group, Inc. (dba Encore Marketing International) violated state and federal law by enrolling customers who purchased goods at these websites into Membership Programs without their knowledge or consent.

The Defendants deny any wrongdoing but have agreed to a collective $12.5 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation.

Class Members of the Membership Program class action settlement include all persons who, between August 19, 2005 and June 26, 2012, placed an order with a website operated by Provide Commerce and were subsequently enrolled by Regent Group/Encore Marketing International in one or more of the following membership programs: EasySaver Rewards, RedEnvelope Rewards, or Preferred Buyers Pass.

Eligible websites include: ProFlowers.com, RedEnvelope.com, CherryMoonFarms.com, SecretSpoon.com and Berries.com.

Class Members of the Membership Program settlement will automatically be sent by email one fully transferable $20 credit valid only for a future online purchase of merchandise at ProFlowers.com, RedEnvelope.com, CherryMoonFarms.com and Berries.com. You do not need to do anything to get this award unless you received a postcard notice by U.S. Mail, in which case you must provide a valid email address to the Claims Administrator to be sent the $20 credit by email.

In addition to the $20 credit, Class Members of the Membership Program class action lawsuit settlement stand to receive a cash award if they submit a valid and timely Claim Form. The amount of this cash award will depend on how many people file valid Claim Forms and how much money is left over in the Settlement Fund after all attorneys’ fees, Plaintiff awards and court costs are deducted. Only individuals who were actually enrolled in a Membership Program and were charged an activation fee and at least one monthly membership fee are eligible to participate in this claims process.

If you’re eligible to participate, the deadline to file a Claim Form is December 10, 2012.

www.MembershipProgramSettlement.com

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Burger King Wheelchair Access Class Action Settlement

Class Members of the Burger King wheelchair access class action settlement include all customers who use a wheelchair or scooter for mobility and encountered access problems at one of the 86 California Burger King restaurants listed here and on the second page of the Settlement Notice.

Plaintiff attorneys estimate the average recovery per Class Member will be over $8,200, after deductions for attorney’s fees and costs.

The ONLY way to receive money from the Burger King ADA class action lawsuit settlement is to submit a Claim Form by November 15, 2012. You can obtain a Claim Form by visiting www.BurgerKingClassAction.net or by calling 1-888-569-9477. If you do not opt-in, you will not be eligible to receive any money from the settlement fund.

Further details on the Burger King Wheelchair/Scooter Access Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.BurgerKingClassAction.net

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Norton Upgrade Class Action Settlement

Class Members of the Norton class action settlement include all persons in the United States (including individuals, companies, government entities and all other entities) who, between October 1, 2005 and May 23, 2012:

* purchased one of the following Norton products, and
* enrolled in Norton’s automatic renewal service for that products, and
* purchased (or renewed) a second Eligible Product either during the term of your subscription to the first Eligible Product or within 60 days after being charged an automatic renewal charge for that first Eligible Product, and
* installed the second Eligible Product on the same computer as the first Eligible Product, and
* have not received a refund of the automatic renewal charge.

All versions of the following Symantec software products are included in the class action lawsuit settlement:

Norton AntiVirus
Norton Internet Security
Norton 360
Norton Personal Firewall
Norton SystemWorks

Class Members that submit valid claim forms by the deadline of May 6, 2013, will receive one of the following benefits from the Norton settlement:

No Proof-of-Purchase Claim
If you submit a No Proof-of-Purchase Claim you are not required to prove your Norton purchases — the claim is based on your knowledge and recollection.

Each Settlement Class Member who submits a valid No-Proof-of-Purchase Claim is eligible to receive their choice of either:
* a $10 cash refund, or
* a two-month extension to their existing Norton subscription.

Proof-of-Purchase Claim
Proof-of-Purchase Claims require documentation from you to prove your Norton purchases.

Each Settlement Class Member who submits a valid Proof-of-Purchase Claim is eligible to receive their choice of either of the following for each documented Eligible Transaction:
* a $10 cash refund, or
* a two-month extension to their existing Norton subscription.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Symantec Norton Upgrade Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.NortonSettlement.com.

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Checks for the Farmers settlement are in the mail. Received $7.43 today

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Organic Milk settlement
http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/deal-discussion/1231868/

Bayer Aspirin settlement
http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/deal-discussion/1229955/

Well drat, both are already posted, I just didn't see them until now. Thanks labboypro!

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Steve Madden Text Class Action Settlement

If you received a text message promoting Steve Madden products or events between 2010 and 2012, you may be entitled to a cash payment of $150 from a proposed class action lawsuit settlement.

The Steve Madden settlement will resolve a class action lawsuit, titled Ellison v. Steven Madden, Ltd., that alleges the company sent unsolicited text messages to consumers advertising Steve Madden’s fashion products and promotional events. According to the class action lawsuit, these text ads violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act because consumers did not consent to receive them.

Steven Madden denies any wrongdoing but has agreed to a $10 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation.

Class Members of the Steven Madden text class action settlement include all U.S. persons who, from July 2010 until September 25, 2012, received a text message promoting Steve Madden products and/or events from the “short codes” 91919 or 623336.


www.MaddenTextSettlement.net

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Amerisave Mortgage Class Action Settlement

The AmeriSave settlement will resolve a class action lawsuit, titled Sonoda, et al. v. AmeriSave Mortgage Corp., that accuses AmeriSave of misleading consumers seeking to lock in mortgage rates and then failing to lock in those rates. Additionally, the class action lawsuit claims AmeriSave broke the law by requiring consumers to pay a property appraisal fee before providing a Good Faith Estimate, making consumers who wanted to withdraw their application with AmeriSave pay a cancellation fee, and charging a credit check fee that exceeded the amount of AmeriSave’s cost to obtain the credit check.

AmeriSave denies any wrongdoing but has agreed to a $3.1 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation.

Class Members of the AmeriSave class action settlement include all customers of AmeriSave who applied for a mortgage loan and did not obtain one, and (1) paid a property appraisal fee between August 18, 2008 and October 12, 2012, (2) paid a cancellation fee between August 8, 2007 and June 5, 2012, and/or (3) paid a credit check fee that exceeded the amount of AmeriSave’s cost to obtain the credit check between July 30, 2009 and May 9, 2011.

Under the proposed AmeriSave class action lawsuit settlement, Class Members can receive a percentage refund of any of the three fees they paid, based on the amount of money available in the Settlement Fund. This percentage may change, but based on current estimates, the percentage is approximately 13.573%. So, for example, if you paid a cancellation fee of $500, you would receive $67.87. If you paid a property appraisal fee of $300, you would receive $40.72. If you paid a credit check fee overcharge of $25, you would receive $3.39. If you paid two or three of those fees, you would receive those amounts added together.

Class Members of the AmeriSave class action settlement will automatically receive a check by mail unless they exclude themselves by the deadline of January 11, 2013. No Claim Form is required to receive benefits. AmeriSave has records of its customers and the payments that they made.

A Final Fairness Hearing is scheduled for February 28, 2013.


www.AmerisaveMortgageSettlement.com

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Verizon Wireless Get It Now Game Class Action Settlement

Verizon Wireless has reached a class action lawsuit settlement regarding its Unlimited Get It Now games. If you are a California resident who purchased an Unlimited Get It Now game for your Verizon Wireless cell phone between 2004 and 2012, you may be able to claim at least $15 cash from the class action settlement.

The Verizon Unlimited Get It Now settlement will resolve a class action lawsuit, entitled Khalilpour v. Cellco Partnership, that alleges Verizon Wireless did not adequately disclose that a subscriber could not transfer Unlimited Get It Now games downloaded onto one handset to a subsequent handset free of charge. Verizon Wireless denies any wrongdoing, but has agreed to a class action lawsuit settlement to avoid ongoing litigation.

Class Members of the Verizon Wireless class action lawsuit settlement include all California residents who bought an Unlimited Get It Now game for their Verizon Wireless cell phone and then activated a new phone on the same mobile phone line between January 1, 2004 and June 22, 2012. This includes those who purchased an Unlimited Get It Now game directly on their phones as well as those who bought a game online for their phone.

Here’s what the Verizon Wireless Get It Now game class action settlement provides:

(I) If you timely submit a valid Claim Form certifying that you believed the Unlimited Get It Now game(s) purchased on your phone would be transferable to the subsequent phone, you will receive $15.

(II) If you timely submit a valid Claim Form and list the games you repurchased after acquiring a new phone, you will receive the value of the listed games, up to a maximum of $35 (subject to confirmation based on Verizon Wireless’ records).

(III) If you timely submit a valid Claim Form and include proofs of purchase for the games you repurchased after acquiring a new phone, you will receive the total value of the repurchased games for which proofs of purchase are provided.

(IV) If you timely submit a valid Claim Form certifying that you had believed the Unlimited Get It Now game(s) you purchased on your initial phone would be transferable to a subsequent phone, and you did not buy the same game(s) for your subsequent phone because you learned you would be charged and did not want to pay the charge for downloading the game(s) onto your subsequent phone, you will receive $15.

To receive a payment from the Verizon Unlimited Get It Now settlement, you must submit a Claim Form online at www.KhalilpourSettlement.com no later than 180 days after the Court’s final approval of the settlement. The earliest possible deadline is April 30, 2013.

Claim forms and more information on your rights in the Verizon Wireless Unlimited Get It Now Game Class Action Settlement can be found at www.khalilpourSettlement.com.

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Bank of America Credit Protection Settlement

You may be entitled to a payment from a proposed class action settlement. In the lawsuit titled In re Bank of America Credit Protection Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, Case No. 3:11-md-02269-TEH, Settlement Class Representatives asserted claims that Defendants engaged in unlawful practices concerning various Credit Protection programs, including but not limited to: Credit Protection Plus, Cardholder Security Plan, Credit Protection Plan, Credit Protection Deluxe, and Fleet Credit Protect Plan (collectively “Credit Protection”). In particular, the lawsuit alleged that Defendants (i) involuntarily enrolled certain customers in Credit Protection; (ii) engaged in improper marketing practices in their representations of Credit Protection’s coverage and benefits; and/or (iii) enforced exclusions contrary to the expectations of customers or improperly denied benefits requests.

More information and claim forms are avl at http://www.creditprotectionsettlement.com/

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Thanks mikejensen and labboypro for this forum!
I greatly appreciate all the work.

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With all this holiday mirth, how about some action against WAG?

Walgreens Wal-Born Settlement Refund Program

Walgreens has agreed to pay nearly $6 million to settle FTC charges that it made deceptive advertising claims about its “Wal-Born” line of dietary supplements. If you purchased Wal-Born supplements between 2004 and 2010, you can apply for a cash refund of up to $30.

The Wal-Born settlement will resolve a 2010 lawsuit, titled Federal Trade Commission v. Walgreen Co., that alleges Walgreens deceptively advertised that its Wal-Born supplement line could effectively prevent colds, fight germs and boost the immune system. These supplements touted their similarity to supplements sold by Airborne Health, Inc., which settled similar deceptive advertising charges by the FTC in 2008.

Under the FTC Wal-Born settlement, Walgreens is banned from claiming that its products prevent or treat cold or flu symptoms, or protect against cold and flu viruses by boosting the immune system, unless there is scientific evidence to back up these claims.

Consumers who bought Wal-Born supplements between December 1, 2004 and March 29, 2010 can submit a claim for a refund. (Note: Some advertisements announcing the refund have incorrectly stated that consumers had to have purchased the supplements by June 30, 2009.) Consumers are eligible to receive up to $5 for each product purchased, for a total of six products or up to $30. The deadline to file a claim is February 4, 2013, and checks will be mailed no later than April 2013.

www.WalgreensRedressProgram.com

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Overview Of The Proposed Settlement

In Re: LivingSocial Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, Case No. MDL 2254

A settlement (“Settlement”) has been proposed in a class action lawsuit pending in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia (“Court”) titled In re LivingSocial Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, Case No. 11-MC-00472-ESH-AK (“Action”).

If the Court gives final approval to the Settlement: LivingSocial will create a fund of $4,500,000 from which each Settlement Class Member who submits a timely and valid Claim Form may receive monetary relief for a LivingSocial Deal that has expired, has not been redeemed and has not been refunded.

Settlement Class Members each have the ability to recover a pro rata share of that fund up to 100% of the amount they paid for any LivingSocial Deal Voucher that they still hold and have been unable to redeem.

Any funds left over after payment of Settlement Class Members’ claims will be distributed to the National Consumers League and Consumers Union, which are both not-for-profit organizations that represent consumers on marketplace and technology issues, among other things.


http://www.livingsocialvouchersettlement.com/

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The deadline for making a claim in the National Mortgage Settlement is January 18th, 2013.

The National Mortgage Settlement Site

For borrowers who lost their home due to foreclosure between January 1, 2008 and December 31 2011 and whose loans were serviced by one of the five mortgage servicers that are parties to the settlement.

Ally/GMAC
Bank of America
Citi
JPMorgan Chase
Wells Fargo

We have received notice from the California administrators that we will get at least $840 in settlement. Because of people not submitting claims we will actually receive between $2000-$3000.

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I might add that there is assistance available in the National Mortgage Settlement for people that still have their homes and are in difficulty or underwater on their loan.

I encourage every FWer to look at the National Mortgage Settlement site even if only to be informed for friends and family.

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FEGLI Benefits Class Action Settlement

If you were either legally separated or divorced from a Federal employee prior to July 22, 1998, or are a child of parents fitting this description, you may be entitled to Federal employee retirement benefits as part of a class action lawsuit settlement.

The Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) settlement will resolve a class action lawsuit, titled Claire V. Pascavage v. Office of Personnel Management, that alleges some people who were eligible to receive FEGLI benefits did not receive them.

If any of the following are true, you may be entitled to file a claim with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management for payment of FEGLI benefits as part of the class action lawsuit settlement:

1. You were divorced or legally separated from a Federal employee prior to July 22, 1998, or are children of such Federal employee;
2. The divorce or separation decree granted you Federal Employee’s Group Life Insurance (“FEGLI”) benefits available to you as a result of such Federal employee;
3. The Federal employee died after July 22, 1998;
4. You submitted the decree of divorce or separation to the appropriate Federal agency before July 22, 1998; and
5. You have been denied these FEGLI benefits.

The only way to receive these lost FEGLI benefits is to submit a claim along with any written evidence no later than December 19, 2014.

More information on your rights in the FEGLI Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found here.

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Toprol XL (Metoprolol Succinate) Class Action Settlement

Class Members of the Toprol XL/metoprolol succinate class action settlement include all persons or entities throughout the United States and its territories who purchased, paid for and/or reimbursed others for Toprol XL or its generic equivalent metoprolol succinate, intended for consumption by themselves, their families or their members, employees, plan participants, beneficiaries or insureds at any time from May 5, 2005 through September 27, 2012.

Purchases made directly from the Defendants are not included. Governmental entities also are excluded (except government funded employee benefit plans).

“Purchased” in this case means you paid all or a part of the cost of the drug, e.g., via a co-payment. If insurance did not pay for the whole amount of the drug, you are included. However:

-- If your co-payment amounts for Toprol XL and its generic were the same, you are not included.

-- If you purchased Toprol XL – and not a generic – after a generic became available (November 20, 2006 (25 mg dosage); July 26, 2007 (100 mg and 200 mg dosages); and August 2, 2007 (50 mg dosage)), you are not included.

Class Members who submit a valid Claim Form by the deadline of April 1, 2013 will receive a cash refund based on how much they paid for Toprol XL or generic metoprolol succinate and when they paid it, as well as on how much was paid by other Class Members who file valid claims, and when they paid it. For insured consumers, estimated damages were highest during 2005-2007. For uninsured consumers, estimated damages were highest during 2005-2008.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the AstraZeneca Toprol XL Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.ToprolSettlement.com.

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Healthy Advice Fax TCPA Class Action Settlement

Class Members of the Healthy Choice TCPA class action lawsuit settlement include all persons or entities with facsimile numbers who, on or after April 24, 2007 through and including May 14, 2012, were sent faxes by or on behalf of Healthy Advice Communications, Inc. promoting its goods or services for sale, and who were not provided with an “opt out” notice.

The amount of money you may be eligible to receive from the Healthy Advice fax class action lawsuit settlement may be substantial, and will be based on how many people submit valid claims. If only 10% of Class Members submit a valid claim, you may expect to recover approximately $2,000. If 15% of the Class Members submit a valid claim, you may expect to recover approximately $1,285.00. If 20% of the Class Members submit a valid claim, you may expect to recover approximately $1,000.00.

The only way to receive a cash award from the Healthy Advice TCPA settlement is to submit a claim form to the Settlement Administrator no later than January 7, 2013.

Further details on the Healthy Advice Fax TCPA Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found here.

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Healthy Advice Fax TCPA Class Action Settlement

Where is the claim form?
Thanks!

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Just received a ~$170 check from www.iposecuritieslitigation.com which I submitted more than 3 years ago.

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Just tried following up with the ADT Security Services Inc Alarm system settlement. The phone number shown on the claim form (1-800-657-2161) is no longer in service, and can't access the website on www.contracostasettlement.com. Never got my $10 check. Anyone else get one or know what's going on?

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Healthy Advice Fax TCPA Class Action Settlement how do I access the claim form for this class action settlement?

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Dodge Ram Cummins Diesel Block Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Class Members of the Cummins Diesel engine block class action settlement include anyone who purchased or leased in the United States a 1998-2001 model year Chrysler Dodge Ram truck, model 2500 or 3500, originally equipped with a Cummins ISB 5.9 liter Diesel engine built using a pattern 53 block.

As a Class Member, you’re entitled to receive a reimbursement of up to, but not exceeding, $500 of money you paid to repair or replace a covered engine or engine block. To qualify, the crack in the block’s passenger side must have first happened:

• After the original engine warranty expired (in other words, (1) after the truck in which the engine was originally installed had been operated for 100,000 original miles, or (2) five years after the date the truck was originally purchased, whichever happened first); AND

• Before the covered truck had been operated for 250,000 original miles.

If you experienced this a crack in the passenger side of a covered engine block after October 28, 2011, you must submit a Claim Form by the deadline of January 26, 2013 to receive compensation from the class action lawsuit settlement.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Dodge Ram Cummins Diesel Engine Block Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.CumminsPickupBlockSettlement.com.

Purchased or Leased From: 1998-2001 model year Chrysler Dodge Ram truck, model 2500 or 3500 originally equipped with a Cummins ISB 5.9 liter Diesel engine build using a pattern 53 block

Claims must be postmarked by 1/26/13

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Reminder, e-book settlement claims must be filed by TOMORROW, 12/12/12

The e-book settlement will resolve a class action antitrust lawsuit filed by Attorneys General of 49 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories and commonwealths accusing the nation’s top publishers of conspiring to fix and raise the retail prices of digital books.

Residents of Minnesota are not eligible to participate in the e-book class action settlement because the Minnesota AG chose not to participate.

All five publishers deny the allegations, but Hachette Book Group Inc., HarperCollins Publishers LLC and Simon & Schuster Inc. have agreed to establish a $69.04 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation.

The remaining defendants, Penguin and Macmillan, have not settled. A separate lawsuit against these companies and Apple continues and is set for trial in 2013. Your rights against the non-settling publishers and Apple in the separate lawsuit are not affected by any action you take in these settlements.

Depending on which retailer(s) you bought e-books from, you may be eligible to receive a credit to your e-book account, or a check in the mail, without having to file a Claim Form. If you have not received an email, you may still proceed with the claim process to request a payment by check.

The amount of your credit or check will be affected by how many qualifying e-books you purchased. There will be two levels of payments, based on categories of books. While the exact amount to be paid per e-book in each category is not yet finalized, the best estimates of payments for each e-book you purchased are as follows:

-- New York Times bestsellers: $1.32 per e-book. These include titles that were New York Times bestsellers at any time during the claim period.
-- Non-New York Times bestsellers titles: $0.30 per e-book. These e-books include any titles that were not New York Times bestsellers during the claim period.

What you must do to get a payment from the e-book Attorneys General class action lawsuit settlement depends on the retailer(s) through which you bought qualifying e-books:

E-book purchases through Amazon: You received or will receive an email notice from Amazon. You will receive a credit in your account automatically if the Court approves the Settlements. You have the option of receiving a check if you do not want to receive an automatic credit in your account.

E-book purchases through Barnes & Noble, Apple or Kobo: You received or will receive an email or postcard notice from the retailer or the Claims Administrator. If the Court approves the Settlements, you will receive another email letting you know that an account credit is available for you to activate. You have the option of receiving a check if you do not want to receive a credit in your account.

To request a check instead of a credit go here-- https://ebooksagsettlements.com/CheckRequestOption.aspx .

E-book purchases through Sony or Google: You received or will receive an email or postcard notice from the retailer or the Claims Administrator. You must file a Claim Form, and on the Claim Form you must enter your Settlement ID number provided in the initial email or postcard in order to request a payment. You will not have to detail your purchases on the Claim Form. If the Court approves the Settlements, your payment amount will be calculated and a check will be mailed to you. You can complete a Claim Form online or, you may complete and mail a hard copy Claim Form. Claim Forms must be filed online or postmarked by December 12, 2012.

E-book purchases through any other retailer not named above: You must file a Claim Form detailing your purchases, in order to receive a check. You can complete a Claim Form online or, you may complete and mail a hard copy Claim Form. Claim Forms must be filed online or postmarked by December 12, 2012.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the E-Book AG Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.eBooksAGSettlements.com.

Purchased or Leased From: April 1, 2010 to May 21, 2012

Claims must be postmarked by 12/12/12

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labboypro said:   Dodge Ram Cummins Diesel Block Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Class Members of the Cummins Diesel engine block class action settlement include anyone who purchased or leased in the United States a 1998-2001 model year Chrysler Dodge Ram truck, model 2500 or 3500, originally equipped with a Cummins ISB 5.9 liter Diesel engine built using a pattern 53 block.

As a Class Member, you’re entitled to receive a reimbursement of up to, but not exceeding, $500 of money you paid to repair or replace a covered engine or engine block. To qualify, the crack in the block’s passenger side must have first happened:

• After the original engine warranty expired (in other words, (1) after the truck in which the engine was originally installed had been operated for 100,000 original miles, or (2) five years after the date the truck was originally purchased, whichever happened first); AND

• Before the covered truck had been operated for 250,000 original miles.

If you experienced this a crack in the passenger side of a covered engine block after October 28, 2011, you must submit a Claim Form by the deadline of January 26, 2013 to receive compensation from the class action lawsuit settlement.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Dodge Ram Cummins Diesel Engine Block Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.CumminsPickupBlockSettlement.com.

Purchased or Leased From: 1998-2001 model year Chrysler Dodge Ram truck, model 2500 or 3500 originally equipped with a Cummins ISB 5.9 liter Diesel engine build using a pattern 53 block

Claims must be postmarked by 1/26/13



Wow that an awful deal for the truck owners. It cost more than $500 to replace a basic gas motor, let alone a costly Diesel engine. I guess it falls under the better than nothing but the claims process will probably throw out many good claims.

But thanks again labboypro for the good work in this thread.

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Pella ® ProLine ® Windows Litigation Settlement

http://www.windowsettlement.com/


If you are a current or former owner of a home or other structure that contains Pella ProLine Casement Windows, you may qualify for benefits from a class action settlement.

A settlement has been reached with Pella Corporation and Pella Windows and Doors, Inc. ("Defendants") about Pella ProLine brand casement, awning and/or transom windows (including 250 and 450 Series) manufactured by Pella Corporation between 1991 and 2006 (“Pella ProLine Casement Windows”). The Settlement covers possible water intrusion and damage to class members’ windows and property.

Plaintiffs allege that Pella ProLine Casement Windows manufactured by Pella Corporation contain defects that have caused water intrusion and resulting damage to the windows and Plaintiffs’ property; that some Pella ProLine Casement Window owners have paid for repairs or replacements of their subject windows; and that some owners will require future repairs or replacements of their subject windows. Defendants do not believe that there is any defect in these windows and assert numerous defenses to Plaintiffs’ claims. A copy of the Settlement Agreement (“Agreement”) is available on the Important Documents page of this website, and describes details about the Settlement.

To obtain any benefits for Eligible Damage that existed or exists prior to July 23, 2013, you must follow the Instructions that accompany the Claim Form or Arbitration Form (you must elect either the Claim Process or the Arbitration Process). The postmark deadline to timely file a Claim Form or an Arbitration Form is July 23, 2013. All Claim Forms or Arbitration Forms, together with supporting documentation or information, as applicable, must be mailed by first-class United States Mail to the Settlement Administrator at the address provided herein and on the respective Claim and Arbitration Forms.

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labboypro said:   labboypro said:   Diamond Walnuts of California Class Action

http://www.walnutlabelingsettlement.com/CaseInfo.aspx?pas=walnut...

You are a class member if you are a consumer who purchased Diamond of California brand walnuts (which include, but are not limited to, Shelled, Halves, Chopped, Finely Diced, Chips, Nut Topping, and In-the-Shell Walnuts products) for personal or household use in the United States from March 22, 2006 through January 30, 2012

Deadline for filing a claim: Postmarked by September 7, 2012 (you can also file online via the above link)




Claim filing deadline extended to October 26, 2012


Checks have been mailed. That was pretty fast.

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labboypro said:   labboypro said:   labboypro said:   Diamond Walnuts of California Class Action

http://www.walnutlabelingsettlement.com/CaseInfo.aspx?pas=walnut...

You are a class member if you are a consumer who purchased Diamond of California brand walnuts (which include, but are not limited to, Shelled, Halves, Chopped, Finely Diced, Chips, Nut Topping, and In-the-Shell Walnuts products) for personal or household use in the United States from March 22, 2006 through January 30, 2012

Deadline for filing a claim: Postmarked by September 7, 2012 (you can also file online via the above link)




Claim filing deadline extended to October 26, 2012


Checks have been mailed. That was pretty fast.



Yes, I received mine Saturday. Was quite surprised it arrived so quickly. I only claimed 4 regular bags, as you had to provide proof for any claims over that amount. Check for the full amount per bag totaling $13.

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My check came also $29.50. Pretty quick

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Yes, I received mine Saturday. Was quite surprised it arrived so quickly. I only claimed 4 regular bags, as you had to provide proof for any claims over that amount. Check for the full amount per bag totaling $13.

It was if you claimed more than 5 regular bags that you were supposed to provide proof.
I didn't get my check yet... hopefully soon. We bought tons of this product over the years but who thinks to save walnut receipts and bar codes?

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SlamminMOFO said:   Yes, I received mine Saturday. Was quite surprised it arrived so quickly. I only claimed 4 regular bags, as you had to provide proof for any claims over that amount. Check for the full amount per bag totaling $13.

It was if you claimed more than 5 regular bags that you were supposed to provide proof.
I didn't get my check yet... hopefully soon. We bought tons of this product over the years but who thinks to save walnut receipts and bar codes?

Yep, 4x = $13. 5x = $16.50. Anything above that and you had to provide receipts, which only scary bean-counter types would likely have been able to do.

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Bayer Men's One-A-Day Vitamin Class Action Settlement

www.MensVitaminsLawsuit.com

The Bayer Men’s vitamin settlement will resolve a 2010 class action lawsuit, titled Godec v. Bayer Corp., et al., alleging Bayer falsely warranted that the lycopene and selenium in One-A-Day Men’s Health Formula multivitamins would “support prostate health” and “may reduce the risk of cancer.”

Bayer denies the allegations but has agreed to establish a $300,000 class action lawsuit settlement fund to pay out Ohio consumers and resolve the litigation.

Class Members of the Bayer One-A-Day Men’s vitamin settlement include anyone who purchased these multivitamins in the State of Ohio from February 2, 2006 to November 30, 2009.

Class Members that submit timely and valid Claim Forms by the deadline of May 23, 2013 will receive a pro rata share of the class action lawsuit settlement. The amount of money you can receive from the Bayer Men’s Vitamin settlement will depend on how many people file valid claims.

A Final Fairness Hearing is scheduled for February 22, 2013.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Bayer One-A-Day Men’s Vitamin Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.MensVitaminsLawsuit.com.

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Google Slide Disco Text Class Action Settlement

www.DiscoTextSettlement.com


To receive your cash payment from the Disco text class action lawsuit settlement, you must submit a Claim Form either online at www.DiscoTextSettlement.com or to the following address no later than June 28, 2013 or 45 days after the Court grants Final Approval, whichever comes later:

Disco Text Settlement Administrator
P.O. Box 3967
Portland, OR 97208-3967

Phone Number to call for assistance: (877) 341-4575

Details: The Slide Disco text settlement will resolve a 2011 class action lawsuit, titled Pimental v. Google Inc., et al., that alleges the defendants violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending unsolicited text messages to consumers from the Disco group text messaging service created by Slide.

Class Members of the Disco text class action settlement include all persons who received the Disco Mobile App Text or other text messages sent by or through the Disco Messaging Service informing them about the Disco Message Service.

These text messages contained language similar to the following:

Disco is a group texting service. Standard SMS rates may apply or chat for FREE w/ our app – http://disco.com/d More info? Text *help To quit? Text *leave.

Start group texting with Disco! For easier group management, get our FREE app at http://disco.com/d! More info? Text *help

Class Members will receive a pro rata share of the $6 million Disco text class action lawsuit settlement if they submit a Claim Form by the deadline of June 28, 2013, or 45 days after the Court grants final approval of the settlement, whichever comes later.

The amount of money you can receive cannot be determined at this time, but will not exceed $500. TCPA class action settlements typically pay out $100 or more, however.

Settlement checks will be mailed within 60-90 days after the class action settlement has been finally approved and/or after any appeals have been resolved. A Final Fairness Hearing is scheduled for May 14, 2013.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Slide Disco Text Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at www.DiscoTextSettlement.com.

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