Wesson Oil Settlement: How to Claim Your $$$$
- Eligible Class Members can file online for compensation
- The settlement is also accepting claim forms by mail
- Class Members can file with or without proof of purchase
The parties involved in the cased titled In re ConAgra Foods, Inc. have recently come to a truly enormous settlement agreement which provides $27 MILLION in injunctive relief alone (mostly changes made to the Defendant’s advertising claims). However, the overall value of the settlement doesn’t stop there. In addition to the injunction relief, the settlement also provides monetary relief to eligible Class Members (some may say “the good part”). So, without further ado, let’s take a look at what kind of compensation is available.
What can I get from the Wesson Oil Settlement?
- Class Members without proof of purchase can claim up to 30 bottles of oil
- Each bottle of oil claimed is valued at 15 cents ($4.50 max without proof)
- An extra $10,000 fund is available for those who can provide purchase proof
- A $575,000 fund is set aside for statutory damages for NY and OR residents
In order to file a claim, Class Members can go to the online settlement page and complete the electronic claim form. Meanwhile, those who would rather send a form by mail must address it to the Settlement Administrator (seems tedious but whatever floats your boat). In either case, Class Members should make sure they file on or before the August 22nd, 2019 filing deadline (still PLENTY of time left to make your move!).
More Important Info on the Wesson Oil Settlement
- Only applies to residents of CA, CO, FL, IL, IN, NE, NY, OH, OR, SD, and TX
- The time frame of the oil purchase varies by state (see the notice for details)
- August 6th, 2019 is the deadline for those who wish to request exclusion
- A hearing to determine the fairness of the settlement is on October 7th, 2019
Class Members with questions about the settlement should try taking a look at the Frequently Asked Questions located within the notice they received. In addition to the notice, the online filing page also has a complete set of FAQs. Meanwhile, those who prefer to get help over the phone can contact the Settlement Administrator (when it doubt pick up the phone!).
Wesson Oil Settlement Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 91249, Seattle, WA 98111-9349
File Online Here
Another Humongous Settlement Now Taking Claims
WC TCPA Settlement: How to File Online
- The online filing process requires a Class Member ID
- Class Members must sign the form for it to be accepted
- The Settlement Administrator can help with the filing process
It appears the ongoing class action lawsuit called Parker, et al. v. Universal Pictures, et al. is finally coming to an end. Both parties have agreed to a PENDING settlement valued at a crisp $19 million ($19,225,515 to be precise). In order to receive payment, Class Members can go to the online filing page and enter their ID number. Once the Class Member enters their ID they can go ahead and complete the online claim form. Please note that the Settlement Administrator may reject the form if the Class Member does not sign it.
More Information WC TCPA Settlement
- The suit was filed over alleged text messages sent to promote the War Craft movie
- July 10th, 2019 is the last day for Class Members to file a claim (online or by mail)
- The last day for Class Members to object or request exclusion is May 16th, 2019
- Class Members who don’t file or request exclusion will miss out on getting paid
- In terms of overall value, this one falls short of the Alarm TCPA Settlement
By the way, the settlement is broken into 4 different filing classes. Class Members from class 1 are eligible to receive payment of $35. Meanwhile, Class Members of classes 2 through 4 can get up to $50 for payment. However, the possibility exists that payment will be of a lesser amount depending on how many Class Members step forward to file.
Filing a Claim Through the Mail
- Class Members must make sure the mail is post-marked by the filing deadline
- Send the form directly to the Settlement Administrator (see contact info below)
- The online settlement page provides a printable copy of the claim form
In addition to receiving claim forms, the Settlement Administrator can also provide a Class Member ID to those who lost their notice. Class Members with general questions about the settlement can also contact the Settlement Administrator for assistance (or just take a gander at those handy FAQs located within the notice).
WC TCPA Settlement Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 91234, Seattle, WA 98111
File before it’s too late!
How to File For the UCLA Health Cyber Settlement
- Class Members can file online or send in a claim form
- Class Members must file no later than the deadline
- The settlement notice includes an extensive FAQ list
When a data breach occurs the possibility of a class action lawsuit looms large. As an illustration of such, we now turn to a recent case called Adlouni v. UCLA Health System Auxiliary, et al. The Plaintiffs in the case allege that the Defendant violated a number of laws regarding information of privacy. However, the Defendant disputes these allegations and denies any wrongdoing whatsoever. At any rate, we will probably never find out which side would have won in court as the case appears to be settled pending the Final Fairness Hearing. Those who believe they are eligible for compensation can go to the online filing page and click the Submit a Claim tab to start a claim form.
UCLA Health Cyber Settlement: An Information Blitz
- Class Members can file for identity monitor, preventive measures, and/or unreimbursed losses
- The filing deadline for the identity monitor service is September 16th, 2019 (plenty of time!)
- June 18th, 2019 is the deadline for those filing for preventive measures (a little more pressing)
- 2 years after the preventive measures deadline is the deadline for unreimbursed losses (6-8-21)
- Those who want out of the settlement have until May 20th, 2019 to file a request for exclusion
- This does not appear to be nearly as large as the EXP Data Breach Settlement
In addition to the deadline for preventive measure claim forms, June 18th, 2019 is also the date when the court will hold the Final Fairness Hearing (perhaps the most important date!) Those who wish to attend should show up at 9 AM (don’t hit the snooze button too many times).
By the way, Class Members can also file by filling out a claim form and sending it to the Settlement Administrator. Additionally, the Settlement Administrator can help answer questions about the settlement. Meanwhile, those who prefer to get answers on their own can take a dip into the FAQs located online and within the notice.
UCLA Health Cyber Settlement Administrator
- PO Box 3058
- Portland, OR 97208-3058
Another Red Hot Class Action
Alarm TCPA Class Action: How to File
- Class Members can submit their claim forms online
- The settlement also provides claim filing by mail
- Class Members can confirm the number of calls
Lawsuit settlements come in many different shapes and sizes. However, one that exceeds the $100 MILLION threshold is one to stand up and take notice of. For an example of such a settlement, we now turn to the case called Abante Rooter and Plumbing, Inc., et al. v. Alarm.com Incorporated et al. The case came about based on allegations made by the Plaintiffs that the Defendant violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making automated telemarketing calls. In order to begin an online claim, participants can go to the filing page and click the File Claim tab (filing is available regardless of whether the filer has a claim number).
More on the Alarm TCPA Class Action
- It’s estimated that each eligible Class Member will receive between $92 and $142
- Class Members must submit their claims no later than the April 16th, 2019 deadline
- April 16th, 2019 is also the deadline for Class Members to submit exclusion requests
- The court will hold a hearing on the fairness of the settlement on August 13th, 2019
- The total amount of the settlement far exceeds the $17,000,000 Vizio TV Settlement
Additionally, the Plaintiffs also allege the Defendant made calls using a recorded or fake voice. Further, the suit alleges the Defendant made calls to numbers found on the National Do Not call Registry without prior permission from the call recipients (that sure is a lot of allegations!). Class Members can review the full details of why the suit was filed under Section 2 of the settlement notice.
By the way, the settlement also provides filing by mail. In order to do so, Class Members must fill out a claim form and send it directly to the Settlement Administrator. Please note that claim forms must be post-marked no later than the April 16th, 2019 deadline.
In addition to the accepting claim forms, the Settlement Administrator can also help answer questions about the settlement. Meanwhile, those who would rather help themselves can look for answers within the FAQs found online and within the notice.
Alarm TCPA Class Action Settlement Administrator
- PO Box 505034
- Louisville, KY 40233-9702
Another TCPA Class Action
Vizio TV Settlement: How to Receive Your Payment
- The easiest way for Class Members to file is online
- The settlement is also accepting claim forms by mail
- A list of Frequently Asked Questions is available
Nobody likes the thought of their personal data being sold off to advertisers. ESPECIALLY, without their knowledge. In fact, when enough allegations start to pour in claiming that a company has done so, a class action lawsuit can be the end result of these actions. For instance, the case called the VIZIO, Inc., Consumer Privacy Litigation was filed of allegations that the Defendant sold data received from what was watched on the Smart TVs purchased by its customers. However, these allegations appear close to being laid to rest as both parties have agreed to settle for a staggering $17 MILLION. Those who wish to make a claim can begin by going to the settlement page and clicking the File a Claim tab.
Fast Facts About Filing for the Vizio TV Settlement
- The TV purchases must have been between February 1st, 2014 and February 7th, 2017
- The last day for Class Members to file a claim or request exclusion is April 29th, 2019
- April 29th, 2019 is also the last day for those who wish object to the settlement
- Class Members who don’t file or ask to be excluded will get NOTHING (not good)
After the Class Member clicks the File a Claim tab an online claim form will appear. Once the Class Member completes the form they must sign electronically before submitting it. Meanwhile, those who would rather do things the old way can click the Notice and Claim Form tab and print the form. Once the Class Member completes the form they can send it directly to the Settlement Administrator for filing.
Just a Few More Notes on the Vizio TV Settlement
- It’s estimated that payments will be anywhere between $13 and $31 per purchase
- The court will decide whether or not to approve the settlement on May 31st, 2019
- Only one purchaser per Smart TV per household may qualify for the settlement
- The proposed settlement is even bigger than the recent Total TCPA Settlement
Class Members who plan on filing or requesting an exclusion by mail must make sure they post-mark the correspondence by the April 29th, 2019 deadline. Additionally, Class Members should send their mailed exclusions and claim forms directly to the Settlement Administrator. In addition to taking collecting claims and exclusions, the administrator can also help with questions. However, those who would rather take matters into their own hands can try finding answers within the FAQs included at the settlement page.
Vizio TV Settlement Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 170500, Milwaukee, WI 53217
Another Settlement Now Taking Claims
Total TCPA Settlement: How to Stake Your Claim
- Class Members can go online to complete the filing process
- The settlement also accepts claim forms through the mail
- A long list of FAQs is available to help with questions
Let’s face it, picking up the phone only to hear the sound of a cold artificial or prerecorded voice at the other end of the receiver is something most people prefer to avoid. Therefore, it should come as no surprise to see a lawsuit filed when a company places these type of telemarketing phone calls. For example, the recently settled case called Naiman v. Total Merchant Services, Inc. was file over allegations that the Defendant placed calls to cell phones using a contraption called the Spitfire dialing system. Those who believe they are eligible for compensation can go directly to the online settlement page and click the Submit a Claim tab.
Things to Keep In Mind About the Total TCPA Settlement
- The last day for Class Members to file a claim is February 4th, 2019 (so file now!)
- Those who want to opt out of the settlement must do so by February 4th, 2019
- The Final Fairness Hearing is set for April 2nd, 2019 (hopefully it gets approved)
- Class Members must have received the calls between July 5th, 2013 and June 8th, 2018
In addition to online filing, the Settlement Administrator is also taking claims by mail. In order to file this way, Class Members must complete a form and send it to the Administrator’s PO Box. However, it is important to point out that the correspondence must be postmarked no later the filing deadline.
Along with collecting claim forms, the Settlement Administrator is also available to answer questions about the settlement. Meanwhile, those who prefer to find answers on their own can try browsing the FAQs available online and in the notice.
Total TCPA Settlement Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 3770, Portland, OR 97208-3770
Another Open Settlement
Hearst Settlement: How to Get Your Payment
- Class Members can file either online or through the mail
- The settlement notice includes a helpful list of FAQs
- The Settlement Administrator can help answer questions
Hearst is well-known for its engaging magazines and exciting promotions (like the recent Oprah Nola sweepstakes). However, what the company is NOT known for is being the Defendant in a class action lawsuit. The case called Edwards v. Hearst Communications, Inc. has recently reached a settlement for a an almost inconceivable figure of $50 MILLION. While it may be a moot point now, the case was filed by the Plaintiffs over allegations that Hearst violated Michigan privacy laws by disclosing subscription information of its customers to third parties. On the other hand, Hearst has maintained that its practices were in compliance with the law. At any rate, those who wish to file a claim can do so directly from the online filing page.
Important Facts to Keep In Mind About the Hearst Settlement
- The most important date to remember is the claim filing deadline of March 25th, 2019
- In addition to the claim deadline, the date of March 25th is also the exclusion deadline
- $155 is an estimate of what each Class Member can expect to receive from the settlement
- Those who don’t object or file a claim with get absolutely nothing and lose rights to sue
In order to file an online claim, Class Members must click the File a Claim tab at the settlement page to bring up the claim form. Alternatively, Class Members can also request a paper form to send by mail. Class Members who decide to file by mail should keep in mind that the correspondence must be post-marked by the March 25th deadline (not something to put off for another day!).
A Few Final Notes on the Hearst Settlement
- Consumers must have had a Hearst subscription on or before July 30th, 2016
- Additionally, consumers must have had a Michigan address to be eligible
- The settlement’s Final Approval Hearing will take place on April 18th, 2019
By the way, those with questions about the settlement can look for answers within the FAQs included both at the settlement page and within the notice. In addition to the FAQs, the Settlement Administrator can also help with questions.
Hearst Settlement Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 91225
- Seattle, WA 98111-9931
Check Out What May Become the KING of All Settlements
Sonic Data Breach Settlement: How to Claim Your Cash
- Eligible Class Members can file for payment online or by mail
- The settlement page includes a list of Frequently Asked Questions
- The Settlement Administrator can help answer questions
When 325 Sonic locations get hit with a data breach, a class action lawsuit is almost inevitable. The case titled Sonic Corp. Customer Data Breach Litigation appears to be wrapping up as the parties involved have agreed to settle to the tune of $4,325,000. In order to make a claim for payment, Class Members must go to the settlement page and click the File Claim tab. Those who want to file online can check the box to proceed with making a claim. Meanwhile, those who would rather file by mail can print off a copy of the claim form.
Key Facts of the Sonic Data Breach Settlement
- The data breach occurred between the dates of April 7th, 2017 and October 28th, 2017
- Class Members must file online or by mail no later than the deadline of April 19th, 2019
- April 19th, 2019 is also the deadline for those who want to file a request to be excluded
- Those who don’t file a claim or request to be excluded will get NOTHING (so take action)
- In terms of overall value, this settlements falls short of the EXP Data Breach Settlement
As far as money goes, Class Members who experienced fraudulent charges on their credit card due to the data breach can receive up to $40. Meanwhile, those who did not experience fraudulent charges can claim up to $10. While these amounts appear to be the best estimates, the exact payment may be less or more depending on the number of folks who file a claim.
By the way, Class Members must send their exclusion requests or claim forms (those who don’t file online) directly to the Settlement Administrator. In addition to receiving claims and exclusions, the administrator can also answer questions about the settlement. However, those who would rather help themselves can skip the phone call and find answers within the FAQs provided in the notice and at the settlement page.
Sonic Data Breach Settlement Administrator
- PO Box 404000, Louisville, KY 40233-4000
Check Out This Massive Potential Settlement
How to Find Out More About the Mobile Phone Class Action
- Consumers can sign up to receive notices and updates
- The settlement site contains status of the litigation
- The Notice Administrator can help answer questions
The Qualcomm Antitrust Litigation has the potential to become one of the largest class action settlements of ALL TIME and is currently brewing in the District Court of Northern California (even bigger than the EXP Data Breach Settlement). However, before this can happen, the parties involved need to strike a deal and thus eliminate the need for the trial scheduled for June 24th, 2019. In order to sign up to receive status updates (hopefully one that says settlement dollars are on the way), consumers can click the Register Me button at the cases’ designated website. While signing up, the consumer must provide a name and email address (phone number and mailing address are optional).
More on the Mobile Phone Class Action
- The Plaintiffs allege the Defendants raised phone prices by using anticompetitive tactics
- The court has yet to make any final decision on the merits of either parties’ arguments
- Phones in question must have contained LTE, UMTS, or CDMA technology (most phones)
- Consumers must have purchased the phone after February 11th, 2011 to be eligible
In addition to signing up for updates, consumers can also view a list of all cell phones included in the litigation directly from the case’s website (it may take a minute to find your phone as the list is absolutely MASSIVE). Meanwhile, consumers can also stay in touch by following the litigation on Facebook (just click the icon at the top of the page).
By the way, those who don’t want to be a part of the suit can request to be excluded (and retain their rights to start their own lawsuit). However, all exclusion requests must be received by the administrator no later than the March 22nd, 2019 deadline. In addition to collecting exclusion requests, the administrator is also available to answer questions.
Mobile Phone Class Action Administrator Contact Information
- PO Box 170500, Milwaukee, WI 53217
A Class Action That’s Actually Settled
How to Claim Your Money from the Dial Soap Settlement
- The easiest way for Class Members to file is over the internet
- Class Members can also file by sending a claim form by mail
- The Settlement Administrator can help answer filing questions
Based on the amount of class action lawsuits filed over marketing claims, some companies may want to start thinking twice about the how they sell their products. For instance, such claims are at the root of the case that produced the recent CDGA Settlement. Meanwhile, another good example is the recently settled lawsuit called the Dial Complete Marketing and Sales Litigation. The latter was filed over allegations that Defendant (Dial Corporation) violated certain laws due to some of the claims used in its advertising (such as “#1 Doctor Recommended”). As far as the Dial Soap Settlement goes, Class Members can begin by going to the online filing page to claim their share of the $7,200,00 settlement fund.
Important Dates to Know About the Dial Soap Settlement
- Class Members have until April 12th, 2019 to submit a claim (plenty of time left!)
- March 13th, 2019 is the deadline by which exclusions and objections must be filed
- May 29th, 2019 is the date on which the settlement’s Fairness Hearing will be held
Upon arrival at the settlement page, the Class Members can click the Submit a Claim form tab to begin filing online. Once the online claim form is completed, the Class Member must provide an electronic signature to submit the claim. In addition to the signature, Class Members must also check a box to certify the form is true and correct.
Just a Few More Key Points to Go Over
- Class Members with proof of purchase can claim up to 30 packs of soap at $0.27 a pack
- Those who have receipts may receive reimbursement for all eligible Dial soap purchases
- The purchases must have occurred between January 1st, 2001 and January 2nd, 2019
Those who would rather file by mail can do so by printing off a claim form and sending it to the Settlement Administrator (after filling it out of course). In addition to receiving the claim forms, the Settlement Administrator is also a good resource for questions about the settlement. Another good resource for questions are the FAQs posted at the online filing page and within the notice.
Dial Soap Settlement Administrator
- 1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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