To qualify for cash or vouchers, you must have purchased one or more Settlement Class Products.
a. If you provide a receipt for the Settlement Class Products, you can choose either a cash refund of 50 cents per box purchased with a maximum of $8, or a voucher for one free box for every two boxes purchased, capped at eight (8) free boxes.
b. If you do not provide a receipt for the Settlement Class Products, but complete this Claim Form under penalty of perjury, you will receive a voucher for one free box for every two boxes purchased, capped at eight (8) free boxes.
@kimmytz Unfortunately whether you participate or not the attorneys will still make an obscene amount. I believe the court knocked the lead plantiffs share down to $25K from the requested $50K while giving the law firm a bit over 33 1/3% of the payout fund. I’m guessing the lower paid paralegals do most of the paper shuffling and the partners show up to collect the big bucks. At least this settlement was for cash and not a coupon for a future purchase of already over-priced goods or services that already ripped you off once (cough StickitMaster). But I hear you. I’m certainly not bitter! LOL
Thanks again for contacting Refund Recovery Group (RRG) to assist you in filing your claim for a refund from the $1.2B Auto Parts Class Action Settlement. RRG filed a claim on your behalf prior to the June 18, 2020 claims-filing deadline.
The Final Fairness Hearing to approve the settlement that was previously scheduled for April 29, 2020 has been postponed and has not yet been rescheduled. The Court-appointed Claims Administrator tells us:
“Payments for eligible claims will not be made until all claims have been reviewed and the Court has approved the distribution of Settlement funds for approved claims. This process may take several months to fully complete.”
We will update you as soon as we have more information.
I experienced diminished performance on my iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, or SE device when running iOS 10.2.1 or later before December 21, 2017 OR my iPhone 7 or 7 Plus when running iOS 11.2 or later before December 21, 2017.
That was 2 1/2 years ago. How would I remember way back then what IOS I was running and if I experienced diminished performance or not? What exactly do they mean by “diminished performance”? I bought the phones in September 2017 from Best Buy. Since I just bought it in September 2017, what would I have to compare to to know if I had diminished performance? You have to certify all this under penalty of perjury.
EDIT: It looks like this is about the battery:
Affected By iPhone Batterygate? You Can Now Claim Your Free $25 From Apple
For some context:
iOS 10.2.1 was released January 23, 2017
iOS 11.2 was released December 2, 2017
iPhone 8 was released September 22, 2017
So, for iPhone users, assuming you didn’t update to the new iPhone immediately and assuming you keep your phone version relatively up-to-date (and assuming you aren’t using a model older than the iPhone 6), most people will be eligible to make one claim or more, depending on how many iPhones you’ve had over the past number of years.