Where I’m guessing that $4.99 and $5 are considered the same thing…
Good point… especially dealing with MS. However, they say you have a choice of 25 titles and when you click the “Buy Now” button for the promo, only 25 titles show up. So, I think you’re safe as long as you spend $4.99 on each (I don’t see any that cost exactly $5.00).
@frugalfreak yea if they are really like pay us or people will see bad reviews first, then it’s not fair. there may be the real score but still that’s not good way. but if they don’t mess with the ratings, i guess it’s reliable to consumers. interesting articles about the founder. he sold this company twice and he does all kinds of things
When you file an online claim they do not ask for your address. Just your name, email address, postal code, and mobile phone number.
How will I receive payment?
Pending final approval from the Court, claimants who have filed valid and timely claims online will receive convenient digital payments, distributed directly into an online account of the claimant’s choosing (for example, an Amazon.com or PayPal.com account). Claimants who prefer to receive a physical check must submit a written request by January 18, 2019 to Lithium Batteries Indirect Purchaser Settlements, c/o KCC Class Action Services, P.O. Box 43454, Providence, RI 02940-3454.
That is hard to tell. At FWF, I was participating in a lot of the freebies. Many times, I’d get an email that claimed they were all out, “due to overwhelming…” They’d “generously” offer a coupon off a purchase. Uh, if I was interested in buying outright, I wouldn’t have requested a sample.
I don’t participate in the deals much. Maybe some antivirus software would block a threatening website. That’s happened to me. I wouldn’t exclusively rely on it.