I got an email from PayPal that said “Your Smith v. Keurig Green Mountain settlement payment is now available in Venmo”. I don’t have a Venmo account nor do I use Venmo. The $5 is in my PayPal account and ready to use.
Without proof of purchase, class members can claim up to three products for a maximum payment of $13.50. With proof of purchase, class members can claim an unlimited number of products and receive much higher payments.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not an actual case as of yet. there is no SETTLEMENT to apply for. This is to offer your name It’s believed that Walgreens may have used a tracking tool on its website to record users’ purchase histories and secretly share the data with Facebook. In cases where customers purchased health-related items like prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines, COVID-19 tests and more, their private medical information may have been unlawfully shared. Attorneys are now gathering customers to take action over potential privacy violations.
@sonofzeus please make this clear in your posts. this is very different than a settlement that is in progress or has been reached. There is no information given exactly who you are giving this information to, no law firm is listed. SO MY PERSONAL ADVICE is at your own risk. You may never see a dime, there may never be a suit, but you’ve given your info to someone/somewhere that you don’t really know.
Since my husband and I have both often bought the Root Beer (which I prefer) and the Cream Soda (which he prefers), could each of us file a claim? I didn’t see anything about it being limited to one claim per household.
Only purchases made in the following 27 states and DC apply to this Settlement. The relevant territory and states are the District of Columbia and Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
When registering in the Tick Tock, children click the tick next to the agreement. They confirmed their consent to the confidentiality conditions specified in the user agreement in this agreement. Parents should keep track of where their children are registered and not use the app. In addition, if child pornography was involved in the case, then this is already due to poor parenting. Children from such families need Social Media Help and support for their creativity because they lack parental love and attention. Parents should pay attention to their way of interacting with children.
You qualify if you purchased Branded or authorized generic EpiPens between August 24, 2011, and November 1, 2020 in Alabama, California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, or Utah. No proof of purchase is necessary.
You do not need to provide any documentation at this time. However, the Settlement Administrator may ask for additional proof supporting your claim. Any one of the following is acceptable as claim documentation for the purchase information set forth in Section C above, if requested by the Settlement Administrator:
I posted in political about this lawsuit. Because this is obstructionist Dem Senator Joe Manchin’s daughter,Heather Bresch who was the instigator of this scheme. Could be more info there. Her portion of the trial starts Jan 24, 2022 and if she loses could mean a
another higher settlement
From the FAQ, these are the included states. And scanning the list, there are quite a few populous states excluded. Sorry Texas, Ohio, Penn…
That’s just more money for the rest of us to split up, bwa-ha-ha
The Pilgrim’s Settlement covers claims for the period of January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2020. You are eligible to recover money if you purchased whole chicken, chicken breasts, or wings while a resident of one of the following states: California, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and Wisconsin. These states allow for standing of End-User Consumers, the class alleged here.