If you're like most people, you're probably owed money from a class-action lawsuit and don't even know it. In this post, we'll discuss how to easily get the money you're owed from these lawsuits.
🍼Enfamil $8.4 million Baby Formula Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
The class action lawsuit alleged that the Enfamil products were deceptively and unlawfully labeled, packaged, and marketed. While the class action settlement was agreed upon by Enfamil, no acceptance or acknowledgment of any wrongdoing. This settlement has been agreed to out of court.
Consumers are included in the Settlement if you live in the United States and you purchased any of the specified Enfamil Products (for personal use only) from January 1, 2017 through June 23, 2022.
☕Keurig K Cup 10 Million Dollar Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
If you've purchased Keurig K-Cups in the last decade, you may be eligible for a refund. This settlement results from a new class action lawsuit regarding the labeling and advertising of K Cup® single serve coffee pods labeled as recyclable.
Class members can get $5 with no proof and up to $36 with proof of purchase in a class action settlement that has been reached with Keurig.
📱You Could Be Owed Money From T-Mobile's $350 Million Class-Action Settlement
If you were a T-Mobile customer last year, you might be owed part of a rather huge settlement. The mobile carrier agreed to a $350 million payout to settle a class-action lawsuit filed after a massive data breach exposed millions of users' personal information in August 2021.
According to court filings, approximately 76.6 million people had their data exposed, but T-Mobile has claimed only about 850,000 people's names, addresses and PINs were "compromised."
Class members -- in this case, people who were T-Mobile customers in August 2021 -- could receive cash payments of $25, or $100 for California residents.
It could also be substantially less, depending on how many people respond. In addition to paying out claims, the $350 million has to go toward settling legal fees and administrative costs. The plaintiffs' lawyers may charge get over 100 Million, according to court filings.
📱Apple® iPhone 4S Class Action for New York and New Jersey residents
A $20,000,000 iPhone settlement has been reached with Apple Inc. (“Apple”) in a class action lawsuit. In the case, the plaintiffs claimed that upgrading to any version iOS 9 on the iPhone 4S substantially slowed down their phones.
Apple agreed to provide a cash payment of approximately $15 per eligible iPhone 4S. If the total value of approved claims, fees, and expenses, exceeds the $20 million ceiling, then the amount paid per eligible iPhone will be reduced on a pro rated, or proportional basis.
On the other hand, the total value of legitimate iPhone settlement claims submitted is less than the total ceiling at $15 per iPhone, then the amount paid per eligible device may be increased up to a maximum of $150 per device. Thus, the amount will be determined by the total number of valid claims filed
⌨️Apple has agreed to pay $50 million to resolve claims it sold MacBook laptops containing defective “butterfly” keyboards
Attorneys expect under the proposed settlement, customers who had to replace multiple keyboards can expect payouts up to $395 and those who had a single keyboard replaced can expect around $125, according to the filing. Customers who had obtained key cap replacements can expect a $50 payout
🏎️Ferrari recalls nearly two decades' worth of luxury cars over possible brake failure
Italian luxury auto manufacturer Ferrari recalls over 23,000 vehicles for a braking system defect that could keep the spendy speedsters from stopping.
After Ferrari had a recall filed late last month with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The issue at hand affects cars across the Ferrari stable — some manufactured as early as 2005.
It's mindblowing that a $60 part could send a $350,000 Italian stallion headlong into a wall.