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💗 Class Action Database 💝

February 4th to May 22nd, 2023

Welcome to the Versatileer “Monthly Class Action Database”
A monthly listing of nationwide U.S. Class Action Lawsuits. Information is brought to you by Versatileer:

FEBRUARY: Class Action Database – Most Current into Future, Ends 5/22/23
Expires Name/Link Defendant Description
02/04/23 LeafFilter North (faulty gutter screens) LeafFilter North LeafFilter North, maker of gutter screens, settled a lawsuit alleging that the company’s gutter filter system is faulty and allows debris to build up, preventing rainwater from passing through to the gutters. Class members who paid for gutter cleaning and/or LeafFilter removal costs are eligible for reimbursement (up to a…
02/13/23 Celsius (fitness drinks) Celsius Under a $7.8 million settlement alleging that the maker of Celsius fitness drinks falsely marketing its beverages as containing “no preservatives,” consumers who purchased any Celsius beverage (liquid or powder) between Jan. 1, 2015, and Nov. 23, 2022, may be eligible for a cash payment.
02/22/23 American Airlines (bag fees) American Airlines American Airlines has agreed to pay out at least $7.5 million in a case accusing the airline of charging some customers baggage fees who should have been allowed to check baggage at no cost. Refunds for verified claims on fees charged after Feb. 23, 2017, for tickets purchased before April 9,…
02/28/23 Avis Budget Group (e-Toll-related fees and charges) Avis Budget Group Avis Budget Group, which operates car rental brands including Avis, Budget and Zipcar, agreed to pay $45 million to resolve claims it charged renters hidden fees for electronic toll payment services. If you rented an Avis or Budget vehicle between April 1, 2007, and Dec. 31, 2015, and paid for use of…
03/06/23 Apple (MacBook laptops) Apple Apple has agreed to pay $50 million to settle a lawsuit claiming that 2015-2019 versions of the MacBook laptop were sold with defective keyboards. Consumers who bought certain Apple MacBooks and had a keycap replacement or top case repair within the first four years may be eligible for cash payment…
03/09/23 Subaru (vehicle battery performance) Subaru Subaru has settled a case alleging that the batteries in Subaru vehicles drain prematurely, and that the company was aware of the defect but failed to warn consumers. Those who owned or leased a 2015-2020 Outback, 2015-2020 Forester, 2015-2020 Legacy, 2015-2020 WRX and 2019-2020 Ascent (except consumers in Alaska or Hawaii),…
03/14/23 Nestle Coffee-Mate Class Action Settlement Nestle USA, Inc. NEWLY ADDED!
Nicholas Cahill v. Nestle USA, Inc.: The settlement benefits consumers who purchased specified Coffee-Mate powder creamer products between Jan. 1, 2017, and Dec. 8, 2022. This class action lawsuit is claiming its Coffee-Mate powder products don’t make as many servings as promised. No proof of purchase is required for class members to file a claim form.
05/12/23 Toyota (Prius
Toyota Consumers who owned or leased a 2010-2015 Prius or 2012-2017 Prius V as of May 19, 2022, may be eligible for a repair reimbursement (including related car rental costs, towing charges, etc.) and/or a potential cash payment of up to $250.
05/18/23 AT&T (wireless data throttling) AT&T Former AT&T customers may be eligible to claim a refund from the $7 million remaining in a fund required by the Federal Trade Commission in 2019 to settle allegations that the wireless provider charged for “unlimited” data plans while reducing their data speeds—a practice known as throttling. If you are a former…
05/22/23 ConAgra Foods (Wesson Oil) ConAgra Foods ConAgra Foods has agreed to pay a $3 million class action settlement resolving claims it falsely advertised certain Wesson oil products as “natural” when, in fact, the oils were made from genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). Consumers in 11 states who purchased a qualifying product after a date ranging from 2006 to…
To read: Columns left to right: Date Needs Action By, Class Action Link, Defendant, Description
Disclosure: Please note, if you do not qualify for a settlement in these listings, do NOT file a claim. These listings are for your use in order to submit a claim into a class action lawsuit, and by entering your information into such lawsuits, your involvement includes entering your personal or business information. The Versatileer website by no means expresses interest in the cases, nor recommends or endorses your entry to becoming a Class Action member in any lawsuit, nor gives a prestige status concerning the cases by merely listing the database. Privilege of using the information properly rests totally on your discretion. Liability of your entry into any lawsuit is abiding that before you enter information, that you are of the specified eligible Class Member’s listed criterion as provided at the class action suit website FAQ. If you’re unsure if you qualify, it is up to your discretion to read the FAQ information provided by each website to entry into the Class action, and carefully checking that your entry is allowable by law. If you’re unsure if you qualify, please read the FAQ section of the Settlement Administrator’s website to ensure you meet all its standards. Entry of false information is prohibited and please remember, you are submitting your claims under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim. (The Versatileer website is not a Settlement Administrator, we are merely providing public information to you that can be obtained via public forum in various informational method(s). More information is listed in the Versatileer website’s terms and conditions page.
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