Several large class-action settlements affecting consumers nationwide have claim deadlines in November. Consumers who take action by these deadlines could recover significant compensation for false advertising, privacy violations, data breaches and other legal issues.
Coppertone Sunscreen Benzene False Advertising $2.3M Class Action Settlement
Bayer and Beiersdorf agreed to pay a combined $2.3 million to resolve claims that Coppertone sunscreen contains benzene.
The settlement benefits consumers who purchased certain Coppertone sunscreens before Aug. 2, 2022. Products included in the settlement are from Coppertone Pure & Simple, Sport, Complete, Glow Shimmer and Kids product lines.
Beiersdorf recalled 12 lots of Coppertone sunscreen spray in 2021 due to concerns the products contained benzene — a carcinogen linked to blood cancer and other health issues. Consumers took legal action against Beiersdorf and Bayer HealthCare, arguing that the companies had a duty to prevent and screen for dangerous contamination that could cause serious health problems for purchasers.
In order to receive settlement benefits, consumers must submit a valid claim form by Nov. 7, 2022.
Boohoo, PrettyLittleThing, Nasty Gal Fake Sale Prices $4.75M Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
Boohoo and BoohooMAN, PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal agreed to a $4.75 million class action settlement to resolve claims they used false sale prices when selling clothes.
The settlement benefits California shoppers who made purchases on the Boohoo website since April 9, 2016, on the PrettyLittleThing website since May 19, 2016, and/or on the Nasty Gas website since March 1, 2017.
Consumers in a class action lawsuit claim that Boohoo, PrettyLittleThing and NastyGal websites use false reference prices when selling clothes. These prices allegedly duped customers into thinking they were getting a good deal on items. In reality, customers say the reference prices were not original, retail or…