Have you paid too much for Coach Outlet goods? Bought “all natural” cider with artificial ingredients? Trained to become a truck driver without proper compensation?
If so, you may be eligible for one of these class actions. And hurry up! Time passes faster than an autodialer can do a robocall.
Horizon Solar Power: Unsolicited Telemarketing Call
Received an unsolicited telemarketing call from Horizon Solar Power?
If so, you could be eligible to receive part of a $ 800,000 class action lawsuit related to allegations the company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). TCPA prevents companies from contacting consumers through an auto-dial system and recorded messages, unless the company has given express consent to do so.
The calls were allegedly made through an automated dialing system with recorded messages without the consent of the target consumers.
If you received an unsolicited telemarketing call from Horizon Solar Power between October 16, 2017 and December 8, 2017, you may be eligible for a cash payment. The exact payment amounts will depend on the number of valid claims received and the amount that remains in the net settlement fund after deducting legal costs and costs.
Horizon Solar Power did not admit any wrongdoing but agreed to the settlement. Submit your claim until December 9, 2020.
Prime Trucking: Labor Law Violations
A $ 28 million class action lawsuit was launched to resolve allegations that Prime Trucking violated labor laws.
Anyone who has attended Prime Trucking’s truck driver training program, worked as an employee driver for Prime Trucking and / or worked as an independent contractor and who leased their trucks through Prime between October 2, 2012 and May 8, 2020, can participate of which the resolution fund will receive.
Additionally, anyone who attended Prime Trucking’s Missouri State Training course between March 4, 2010 and May 8, 2020 may also be eligible.
The lawsuit alleged that Prime failed to pay trainees’ wages during the training orientation and to adequately compensate the drivers of employees and independent contractors who were owed thousands of dollars in wages.
Prime Trucking did not admit any wrongdoing, but agreed to the settlement of the labor dispute.
Under the Settlement Terms, all class members are entitled to $ 100 even if they do not complete an application form. However, those who fill out the form may be eligible to collect additional payments from this settlement.
The terms state that if you have already received cash from a Prime Trucking California truck driver agreement, you are entitled to a 50% portion of the payment you may receive from this $ 28 million class action lawsuit. USD received.
Submit your claim until December 7th, 2020.
Ford F-Series Trucks: Door lock failure
Current and previous 2015-2019 Ford F-Series owners or tenants may be eligible for up to $ 400 in compensation for door latch repairs.
The $ 5.3 million class action lawsuit will benefit class members who have found their truck door latches cannot or cannot be locked in cold weather.
Ford vehicles that are allegedly affected by the defect include trucks in model year 2015 to 2018 F-150 and 2017 to 2018 F-250, F-350, F-405 and F-550 and model year 2019 F-150, F. -250er, F-350er, F-450er and F-550er.
Class members with receipts showing that they paid for the door lock repair before May 4, 2020, may request a refund of up to $ 400 for the repair and expenses.
Those who can show they paid to have their door lock repaired between May 4, 2020 and May 4, 2021 can request reimbursement of up to $ 200 for repairs and expenses such as towing fees.
Class members with receipts showing that they paid for a door lock repair prior to May 4, 2020, can request a refund of up to $ 400 for the repair and expenses.
Those who can show that they paid to have their door lock repaired between May 4, 2020 and May 4, 2021 can request a refund of up to $ 200 for repairs and expenses. Class members who report being dissatisfied with the door lock’s performance can receive a cash reward of $ 10.
If you’ve done repairs before May 4, 2020, your The entitlement period is November 30, 2020. If repairs were made between May 4, 2020 and May 4, 2021, your estimated time to claim is June 3, 2021.
Coach Outlet: Misleading sales promotions
If you purchased certain items from a Coach outlet store between December 23, 2011 and August 24, 2020, you may receive up to $ 10 in cash or a $ 40 coupon in a class action lawsuit of $ 4 .6 million USD.
Coach faced a class action lawsuit alleging that items in Coach outlet stores that appeared to be selling at a discount were not available for sale in any regular retail store. Instead, Coach allegedly had lower quality items made that were only sold in Coach outlet stores. The company allegedly misled consumers by putting up labels that made it appear that the goods were being discounted compared to a fictitious regular retail price.
Although Coach did not admit any wrongdoing, the company agreed to the settlement and agreed to train employees to monitor locations for compliance with price comparison laws.
Class members with proof that the item they purchased from a Coach Outlet contained a reference price or “MFSRP” tag, such as: B. a price tag and / or proof that they have made purchases greater than $ 150, can receive either $ 10 in cash or $ 40 voucher. Those who don’t have proof or have spent less than $ 150 can request either $ 5 cash or a $ 20 voucher.
Submit your valid claim until January 21, 2021.
Costa Del Mar sunglasses: guarantee
You may be eligible for part of a $ 60 million class action lawsuit from sunglasses maker Costa Del Mar, which has agreed to clear up allegations the company misled consumers regarding its lifetime warranty .
The comparison provides for product vouchers between $ 8.99 and $ 19.99 for different customer classes, including customers who bought Costa Plano sunglasses before January 1, 2018 and customers who bought one after April 3, 2015 A fee has been charged for the repair or replacement of sunglasses damaged by accident, abuse or normal wear and tear.
Plaintiffs alleged the company broke the law by requiring customers to pay warranty fees, even though sunglasses purchases were allegedly covered by a lifetime warranty.
Costa Del Mar did not admit any wrongdoing but agreed to provide $ 40 million and $ 21 million worth of product vouchers to use to ship and process purchases using the vouchers.
2 Cities Ciderhouse Hard Cider: Artificial Ingredient
Customers who have purchased certain flavors of 2 Towns Ciderhouse Hard Cider may be eligible for nearly $ 1 million cash from a class action lawsuit.
2 cities reportedly advertised their products as all natural, but a class action lawsuit accused the company of using an artificial ingredient called DL-malic acid to adjust the acidity of the fruit juices in its beverages.
Without admitting any wrongdoing, 2 cities agreed to the settlement agreement and said they would switch to using natural L-malic acid in addition to updating their labeling.
There is no estimated potential award as the amount depends on the number of valid claims received. Each entitlement is assessed based on the number of products purchased, known as the “Weighted Value”. Class members can claim up to 10 products without proof of purchase, but more than 10 purchased products that do not have proof of purchase will be averaged and added to a weighted value.
Submit your valid claim until January 9, 2021.
SiriusXM: Lifetime Subscriptions
If you purchased a SiriusXM lifetime subscription, you may be eligible for part of a $ 96 million class action lawsuit from the satellite broadcaster.
Plaintiffs alleged that SiriusXM offered a “Lifetime Plan” or “Lifetime Subscription” that they bought at prices between $ 350 and $ 755. Plaintiffs stated that the term “lifetime” refers to their own lifetime, but SiriusXM refers to the lifetime of the device the customer originally used when setting up the streaming service.
While the streaming service allowed customers to activate the radio streaming service on a maximum of four devices, any additional device could be activated for a fee of $ 75. Plaintiffs also said they were unaware that they had a limited number of referrals.
SiriusXM denied the allegations but agreed to the settlement terms in June.
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