Can you use some extra cash?
The deadline for claims in some class action settlements is before the end of the year. See if you are eligible, but if you want to file a claim against TULA Life skin care products, please act quickly because the deadline is December 10. The rest of the time is from December 13th to December 31st.
Best Buy Data Breach Class Action Settlement
Consumers who purchased goods from Best Buy and were affected by the 2017 data breach may be entitled to compensation of up to US$2,060.
This class includes everyone who received mail or email notifications about 2017 Best Buy data events. These collective members either lost money, needed to replace their financial cards, or felt that they had to pay for credit monitoring, or spent time dealing with the results of the attack.
The plaintiffs claimed that their private financial information was obtained by hackers during the data breach.
Class members who submit documents for unreimbursed bank charges, reissue fees, overdraft fees, telephone charges, bank or credit card company charges, interest, credit report fees, or fraud resolution service fees will be eligible for compensation of up to $2,000.
In addition, those who can provide documentation on the time spent processing the data breach can claim $20 per hour for up to three hours of lost time.
Propose compensation Until December 22, 2021.
Ferrara Candy Class Action Settlement
As part of the class action settlement that settled Ferrara Candy Co.’s claim for insufficient filling of cardboard candy boxes, US consumers can claim up to $8 without providing proof of purchase.
This class consists of Americans who purchased one or more cardboard boxes of raisins, Buncha Crunch, Butterfinger Bites, Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels, Rainbow Nerds, SweetTarts, Spree, Sno-Caps, Runts, or Gobstoppers between February 2nd. Resident composition. September 9, 2013 and September 23, 2021.
The plaintiff claimed that both Ferrara Candy and Nestlé USA deliberately underpacked the candy boxes to deceive consumers into thinking that the boxes contained more products than they actually were.
Eligible group members can receive up to 16 covered products for US$0.50 each, with a potential payment of US$8.
The claim must be made by December 27, 2021.
TULA Life skin care products US$5 million class action settlement
Anyone who purchases TULA Life products can claim part of a $5 million class action settlement.
This category consists of anyone in the United States, its territories and regions who purchased TULA Life skin care products between January 1, 2013 and August 30, 2021.
The plaintiffs in the class action claim that they were led to falsely believe that certain TULA products advertised as containing probiotics contained live bacteria.
Class members who submit proof of purchase along with the claim form will be eligible for a refund of 10% or $4 of the amount they paid for the covered TULA product, and each family can receive a refund of up to $25.
Class members who do not include proof of purchase in the claim will be eligible for a cash payment of $4.
The company also agreed to make changes to certain labels.
Claim form Must be submitted by December 10, 2021.
Equifax Public Records Class Action Settlement
Certain consumers may be eligible to benefit from class action settlements to resolve claims provided by Equifax regarding inaccurate information regarding tax liens and civil judgments on credit reports.
Consumers who issued an Equifax credit report to a third party between June 28, 2015 and May 14, 2019 and the report contained inaccurate or incorrect tax liens or civil judgments.
Nearly 20 class-action lawsuits allege that Equifax violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act, reported inaccurate public record information to a third party, and extracted consumer credit reports.
The claimant may be eligible to claim up to US$1,500.
The claim form is Expires on December 31, 2021.
CalPERS LTC Policy $2.7B Class Action Settlement
California residents who purchase long-term care policies from the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) may be eligible to benefit from the $2.7 billion settlement.
This category consists of citizens who lived in California in 2013, who purchased LTC policies from CalPERS between 1995 and 2004, which included automatic inflation protection benefits, and they received an 85% premium increase announced by CalPERS in 2013 Influence.
According to the class action, CalPERS improperly increased premiums by 85%.
Class members will fall into one of several categories determined under the terms of the settlement, and the amount of compensation they can expect will depend on which category they belong to.
The claim is Expires on December 13, 2021.
Smitty’s/CAM2 303 Tractor hydraulic oil retailer US$7.2 million class action settlement
Individuals who have purchased certain types of Smitty’s and CAM2 303 tractor hydraulic oil and may suffer equipment damage may be eligible for some cash.
The Retailer Settlement Group consists of any individuals or entities that purchase Super S Supertrac 303 tractor hydraulic oil, Super S 303 tractor hydraulic oil, Cam2 ProMax 303 tractor hydraulic oil and/or Cam2 303 tractor hydraulic oil from Tractor Supply Co. From December 1, 2013 to June 23, 2021, including Del’s feed and farm supply locations-Orscheln Farm and Home LLC, Rural King or Atwood stores.
Excludes those who purchased Super S Super Trac 303 tractor hydraulic oil separately in Missouri.
A class action lawsuit accused retailers of violating the law and claimed that they knew or should have known that these products were made with certain waste products that were not suitable for use in the products and therefore did not meet current specifications.
Each group member will receive payment based on the value of its general equipment damage claim and repair/parts/specific equipment damage claim.
Propose compensation Until December 29, 2021.
Pembina 1964/1980 awards a $40 million class action settlement
If you were a beneficiary of the Pembina Judgment Fund in 1964 or 1980, you may be eligible for $40 million in compensation.
The group is composed of any of the following persons: the original individual beneficiaries of the Pembina Judgment Fund in 1964 and/or 1980, the legal representatives of the group members, or the qualified heirs of the deceased original individual beneficiaries automatically become part of the group.
The federal government is accused of failing to properly manage the Pembina Fund, which is the result of two legal claims filed by the Indian Claims Commission, which requested additional compensation for the land ceded to the United States by the Chippewa Indian Pembina Band.
Collective members are expected to receive between US$50 and US$1,440 in income.
The deadline for claims is Extended to December 19, 2021.
Freedom Mortgage Fees Class Action Settlement
US consumers who obtain mortgages and pay property inspection fees through Freedom Mortgage Corp. may be eligible for payment.
This category consists of U.S. citizens who hold mortgages through Freedom Mortgage Corp. and pay property inspection fees after defaulting or defaulting on mortgages between March 5, 2013 and December 31, 2020.
The plaintiff accused Freedom Mortgage of improperly and unnecessarily charging borrowers for mortgage loans.
Class members who submit a claim can receive a one-time payment of 35% of the first property inspection fee they paid to the company.
They will receive another payment of 50% of all inspection fees to Freedom Mortgage.
this Deadline for claims It’s December 16, 2021.
Hyatt Employee Fingerprint Scanning Class Action Settlement
Employees of certain Hyatt hotels can request cash payments by scanning their fingers to use the company’s clock.
The collective is composed of current or former Hyatt employees, who use the company’s timing system to scan fingerprints as a requirement for employment in the following locations within the corresponding time period, and are not subject to collective bargaining agreements:
- Hyatt Hotels: October 30, 2012 to February 16, 2018
- Regency McCormick Place: October 30, 2012 to December 12, 2018
- Park Hyatt Chicago: October 30, 2012 to December 116, 2018
- Hyatt Regency O’Hare: October 30, 2012 to December 31, 2017
- Hyatt Regency Chicago: October 30, 2012 to December 3, 2018
The plaintiff in the class action alleged that the company’s use of fingerprint technology violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), which prohibits companies from failing to provide certain written disclosures and obtain prior written consent.
The exact payment amount of each group member is not yet known.
The deadline for claims is December 24, 2021.
Partner healthcare system data privacy USD 18.4 million class action settlement
If you receive medical care in Massachusetts and visit certain information sites, you may be able to participate in a $18.4 million Partners Healthcare System settlement.
Settlement class members include all Massachusetts residents who visited the following information website between May 23, 2016 and July 31, 2021, and U.S. residents who received medical care at the Massachusetts Partners Healthcare System (now Mass General Brigham): massgeneralbrigham .org, massgeneral. org, brighamandwomens.org and dana-farber.org.
According to the plaintiffs in the class action, these websites-without the user’s knowledge-implemented specific third-party analysis tools cookies and pixels to disclose information about consumers’ Internet usage.
Class members will be eligible for payments of up to $100, depending on the number of valid claims submitted.
Propose compensation Until December 15, 2021.