🌿RoundUp Weed Killer Class Action Settlement

🌿RoundUp Weed Killer Class Action Settlement

A $45 Million Class Action settlement has been reached with Monsanto over certain specific Roundup®, HDX®, or Ace® Weed Killer products.

If You Purchased Certain Roundup®, HDX®, or Ace® Weed & Grass Killer Products, You May Be Entitled to Payment From A Proposed Class Action Settlement

Estimated Payout: $56.00 Proof required: No
Claim Form Deadline: October 19, 2022
Prepaid Card / PayPal / Venmo / Zelle / Direct Deposit

The class action lawsuit alleges that Monsanto did not accurately advertise weed killer products by failing to disclose and not informing buyers about glyphosate, a potential cause of cancer. The Class Action Settlement provides relief to purchasers of weed killer products.

Monsanto denies any wrongdoing, and any class member will continue to have a right to sue if they have or develop any injury, including cancer, from exposure to the weed killer products involved in this class action.

Monsanto has agreed to settle the lawsuit for the purpose of avoiding the time and expense of further class action lawsuits and court proceedings, which involve further risk and costs.

You could qualify for a cash payment if you purchased certain Roundup®, HDX®, or Ace® brand weed or grass killers containing glyphosate.

A full list of products is available here. You must have purchased the product in the right time period in your state in the U.S. You can find a full list of States and the relevant time period you must have purchased the weed killer to qualify for payment below or on the class action administrator website. Your purchase must have been made for any purpose other than redistribution or resale.

You can expect approximately 20% of the average retail price you paid for the relevant weed killer products. Payments per single unit product will range from $0.50 to $33.00, depending on the price the product sold for originally. This amount will be paid for between 2 and 11 units claimed without proof of purchase, depending on the state of purchase (see above list).

State or Territory   Beginning of Class Period   
AlabamaFebruary 2017
AlaskaFebruary 2017
American SamoaFebruary 2018
ArizonaFebruary 2017
ArkansasFebruary 2016
CaliforniaAugust 2015
ColoradoFebruary 2018
ConnecticutFebruary 2016
DelawareFebruary 2017
Disrict of ColumbiaFebruary 2017
FloridaFebruary 2016
GeorgiaOctober 2016
HawaiiFebruary 2017
GuamAugust 2016
IdahoFebruary 2017
IllinoisFebruary 2017
IndianaFebruary 2017
IowaFebruary 2017
KansasDecember 2015
KentuckyFebruary 2017
LouisianaFebruary 2017
MaineFebruary 2015
MarylandAugust 2016
MassachusettsOctober 2016
MichiganOctober 2014
MinnesotaDecember 2013
MississippiFebruary 2015
MissouriAugust 2014
MontanaFebruary 2017
NebraskaFebruary 2017
NevadaOctober 2016
New HampshireFebruary 2017
New JerseyNovember 2014
New MexicoFebruary 2017
New YorkJune 2011
North CarolinaFebruary 2017
North DakotaFebruary 2015
Northern Mariana IslandsFebruary 2015
OhioFebruary 2017
OklaholmaNovember 2015
OregonNovember 2015
PennsylvaniaFebruary 2015
Puerto RicoDecember 2019
Rhode IslandFebruary 2017
South CarolinaFebruary 2015
South DakotaFebruary 2017
TennesseeFebruary 2017
TexasMarch 2016
UtahFebruary 2016
VermontNovember 2013
Virgin IslandsFebruary 2015
VirginiaSeptember 2016
WashingtonFebruary 2017
West VirginiaFebruary 2017
WisconsinFebruary 2015
WyomingFebruary 2017

This class action is not a personal injury case. Plaintiffs do not allege that they were injured or became ill from exposure to the products.

You do not have to have suffered a personal injury to be a Settlement Class member or file a claim. If you purchased any of the Products during the Class Period for purposes other than resale or distribution, you are in the Settlement Class and can make a claim.

Claims can be made without proof of purchase, but such claims are limited to 1 unit per year. For example, if a Claimant purchased a 1.33 gal. container of Roundup® Ready to Use Max Control 365 in California once a year since 2015, the refund amount could be $56.00 without proof of purchase. You do not have to have proof of purchase, but if you do, there is no limit to the amount you can claim purchased.

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