Rapoport-Hecht, et al. v. Seventh Generation Inc., LINK
Class Members of the Seventh Generation settlement include U.S. residents who, from Nov. 14, 2010 to Oct. 12, 2016, purchased in the United States certain Seventh Generation products for household use and not for resale.
In the allowed product list, it only shows multi-packs (like 6, 8, 10 products that were bought in a bundled pack).
Why would they exclude the purchasers who bought these Seventh Generation items individually (one at a time), at retail stores, for home use?
I have several receipts from buying some of these things in multi-packs from Amazon within the covered time period, so I can put in a claim with those receipts, but I also bought many individual items (of the covered household products) at supermarkets and stores like WalMart, and I'm confused as to why they aren't allowed to be claimed for, in the suit.
posted: Nov. 23, 2016 @ 3:22p
I bought so much of this stuff when my children were little, but of course didn't save any of the receipts. Does anyone see if there is a limit to what can be claimed without a proof of purchase?
posted: Nov. 24, 2016 @ 10:56a
Nunzia said: I bought so much of this stuff when my children were little, but of course didn't save any of the receipts. Does anyone see if there is a limit to what can be claimed without a proof of purchase? It is there somewhere. I did see it when I filed and originally read ALL the docs for the settlement.
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