The following is a complete list of class action settlements for June 2018. This list breaks down our editor’s favorite, most attainable settlements, while also giving you direct links to filing your claim for each settlement, to access your reward!
If you believe to have been affected by any of the following class action lawsuits and the products and services within, click through to see if you qualify for the settlement and/or award! If you have any questions or concerns about the settlements, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and ask (Info@ConsiderTheConsumer.com). Again, we’re talkin’ free money here, and we don’t want you to miss out! Claim your money today!
Editor’s Choice: Our Favorite Class Action Settlements This Month
The Pokemon Go Settlement Class is made up of individuals who had a ticket for the Pokémon GO Fest in Chicago, Illinois in July 2017. Plaintiffs have stated that they incurred expenses as a result of the technical issues preventing them from being able to play Pokémon GO during the Pokémon GO Fest. If you believe you have been a victim of these claims, sign up for the class action rebate here!
The Chase Credit Card Debt lawsuit alleges that Chase had failed to update their credit furnishing for credit card accounts sold to buyers of debt where the accountholder’s debts were discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy after they were sold. As a result, the entry on the accountholder’s credit report associated with the account (or “tradeline”) continued to reflect that the debts were sold, charged off, and $0 balance, and did not indicate that the debts were included or discharged in bankruptcy. Plaintiff claims that Chase has harmed consumers by affecting their ability to get credit. It is also alleged that Chase’s credit furnishing practices have pressured certain consumers into paying those discharged debts because they feared that not doing so would negatively impact the perception of their creditworthiness to prospective creditors and employers. To sign up for this class action settlement, file your claim here.
The Best Buy HDMI Lawsuit concerns itself with false advertising from the packaging of Monster HDMI cables, advertising bandwidth exceeding 10.2 Gbps. You are considered a member of the Class if you bought a Monster HDMI Cable with an advertised bandwidth exceeding 10.2 Gbps in the United States between August 25, 2011 and March 6, 2018. Photographs of the product packaging that are included in this Settlement are posted here. Note that the Monster HDMI cables that are included in this Settlement were not sold at Target or Walmart. With an estimated payout of $10 to $35 per product, we highly suggest filing a claim for this class action lawsuit settlement if you believe the allegations have affected you.
The Bertoli Olive Oil Class Action alleges that Deoleo both marketed and sold its Bertolli brand olive oil with the representation “Imported from Italy,” although most of the oil was extracted in countries other than Italy, from olives grown in those countries. The lawsuit also alleged that Deoleo’s procurement, bottling, and distribution practices did not adequately ensure that the oil would meet the “extra virgin” standard through the date of retail sale or the “best by” date on the bottles. If these claims have affected you, file your claim today!
Complete Class Action Settlement List
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If this piece was something you’re interested in, check back next month to see our updated list of class action rebates! We also urge you to sign up for our Newsletter, which will include even more Class Action Settlements (this can be found at the bottom of the page)!
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