SETTLEMENT ALERT: Schiff’s Move Free Advanced Users And Customers May Claim Up To $66 Settlement Checks; Settlement Brief Released
Have you bought certain Move Free Advanced products recently for their purported health benefits? Read on as you may qualify for a refund of up to $66 for each individual after the company that makes the item, Reckitt Benckiser, has entered into a $50 million settlement agreement.
Complainants Gordon Yamagata And Stamatis Pelardis Lords Against Reckitt Benckiser
According to the latest online reports, Reckitt Benckiser has agreed to the terms and conditions of the Move Free Advanced False Advertising Class Action.
The lawsuit, filed against the health company by customers Gordon Yamagata and Stamatis Pelardis, argued that Reckitt Benckiser has made misleading and downright untrue claims regarding their Move Free Advanced health supplements’ efficacy.
It is said that the company has practiced false advertising strategies and false marketing statements suggesting that their product is effective in providing benefits to the user’s joints health. However, according to both Yamagata and Pelardis, these claims reportedly cannot be true.
In the face of the legal proceedings in relation to the case, Reckitt Benckiser has decided to enter into a settlement agreement.
Nevertheless, they have still maintained that they did not do anything wrong. No court ruling was released at the time of the settlement agreement’s forging in favor of either side of the case spectrum.
Qualified Class members that meet the settlement criteria will be entitled to receive a settlement check from the $50 million settlement fund soon after the attorney and other related legal fees are subtracted from the total settlement amount.
Move Free Advanced Settlement Agreement Brief
To know whether you are eligible to file a claim and join the Move Free Advanced False Advertising Class Action Settlement, Consider The Consumer has listed the following requirements one needs to meet:
- Each qualified Class Member is entitled to receive $22 per bottle of certain Move Free Advanced supplements;
- No proof of purchase is required from claimants who are filing for a settlement for three or fewer Move Free Advanced bottles. However, to those who want to file a claim for four or more, they are required to show proof of purchase;
- Only the following Move Free Advanced supplement and health products purchased for personal use between the dates of 28th of May 2015 and 24th of June 2021 are covered by the settlement terms:
- Move Free Advanced,
- Move Free Advanced Plus MSM
- Move Free Advanced Plus MSM & Vitamin D.
The final settlement paycheck amounts are still not certain. However, conservative estimates show that an eligible claimant can receive a minimum of $22 settlement that can go up to $66 without showing any proof of purchase.
Individuals who are looking to file their claims can do so only until the 8th of November 2021. Those who do not want to take part in the settlement proceedings can forward their manifestation until the 14th of October the same year.
The Move Free Advanced False Advertising Class Action Settlement’s final hearing is scheduled for the 8th of November date.
If some amount is left after the fund has been distributed to the eligible claimants, the balance will be donated to the settlement agreement’s chosen organization – the Orthopaedic Research Society.
About Reckitt Benckiser
Reckitt Benckiser is a United Kingdom-based consumer goods company responsible for the manufacturing and distributing a range of products, including health and nutrition product items, health and hygiene offerings, and the like. The company was originally founded in 1814 in Norwich, UK. In the year 2020, the company has made almost £14 billion (approximately $19.4 billion).
Editor’s Note on Move Free Advanced Settlement 2021:
This article details the settlement agreement revolving around the proceedings in the Move Free Advanced False Advertising Class Action.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Gordon Yamagata and Stamatis Pelardis v. Reckitt Benckiser LLC; Case No.: 3:17-cv-03529
Jurisdiction: United States District Court for the Northern District of California San Francisco Division
Products/Services Involved: Reckitt Benckiser’s select Move Free Advanced supplement offerings
Allegation(s): Reckitt Benckiser has made false marketing claims involving the purported efficacy of some of their Move Free Advanced supplement product items.
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