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November 20th, 2023 to May 25th, 2024

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A monthly listing of nationwide U.S. Class Action Lawsuits*. Information is brought to you by Versatileer:

NOVEMBER: Class Action Database – Most Current 11/20/23 to 05/25/24
Expires Name/Link Defendant Description
11/20/23 Navient (student loans) Navient Navient, a private student loan lender and servicer, will pay $16 million to settle claims that it failed to discharge student loans for borrowers or co-borrowers who filed for bankruptcy. If you have a Navient-owned student loan and you filed for bankruptcy on or after Oct. 17, 2005, you were required to repay your loan before filing bankruptcy, your loan discharge was approved by the bankruptcy court, and you have never reaffirmed the loan, you may be eligible for a refund of payments, a change in credit reporting for the loan, and ceased collection efforts.
11/20/23 CVS (lidocaine false advertising) CVS Pharmacy retailer CVS agreed to pay $3.8 million to settle a case alleging that the retailer misrepresented its lidocaine products as delivering “maximum strength” relief, and its lidocaine patches as being able to adhere to skin for 8-12 hours. You may be eligible for a payment if you purchased qualifying CVS-branded lidocaine patches, creams, spray and roll-on products labeled “maximum strength” between Dec. 11, 2017, and July 18, 2023.
11/25/23 Freedom Financial Network (telemarketing calls) Freedom Financial Network Freedom Financial Network and associated companies agreed to pay $9.75 million to resolve allegations that the defendants violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making prohibited calls (unsolicited pre-recorded calls to numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry) to sell debt-relief services between May 17, 2017, and April 17, 2018. If you received these calls, you may be eligible for payment.
12/01/23 AC2T (Spartan mosquito repellents) AC2T (Spartan) The maker of Spartan mosquito repellents will pay $3.6 million to settle allegations of false and misleading advertising. Plaintiffs alleged that there was no evidence to back up claims that the products would effectively eradicate mosquitoes for up to 90 days. If you purchased Spartan Mosquito Eradicator or Spartan Mosquito Pro Tech between Dec. 21, 2016, and Aug. 2, 2023, you may be eligible for payment.
12/05/23 (FCRA violations), a company that compiles and provides consumer background reports to landlords, agreed to pay almost $900,000 to settle allegations that the company included in the reports outdated (more than seven years old) criminal non-conviction information in violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. You may be eligible for a payment if you were the subject of a background report prepared by between April 8, 2020, and April 9, 2023, that included information on at least one criminal non-conviction that predated the report by at least seven years.
12/11/23 Artsana USA, Inc. (Chicco KidFit car booster seats) Artsana USA, Inc. Artsana USA has agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging that the company’s Chicco-branded “KidFit” booster seats are unsafe. The suit claims that the company misrepresented the minimum weight requirement for collision protection. You may be eligible for payment if you purchased a KidFit booster seat between April 22, 2015, and Dec. 31, 2021.
12/13/23 Reynolds (Hefty and Great Value recycling bags) Reynolds A $3 million settlement has been reached in a case alleging that the maker of Hefty and Great Value brand “recycling” bags misled consumers; the bags allegedly cannot be recycled. If you purchased the product(s) between July 20, 2018, and Aug. 30, 2023, you may be eligible for payment.
12/19/23 Reckitt Benckiser (Woolite) Reckitt Benckiser (Woolite) A settlement has been reached in a case against Reckitt Benckiser alleging that the company misrepresented that its Woolite Gentle Cycle and Woolite Darks laundry detergent renewed and/or revived the color in laundered clothing. If you purchased these Woolite products (not Woolite Delicates) in California (Feb. 1, 2017-May 1, 2023), or in Massachusetts or New York (Feb. 22, 2017-May 1, 2023), you may be eligible for payment.
12/23/23 Ashley Furniture (deceptive advertising) Ashley Furniture Ashley Furniture agreed to pay an undisclosed amount to settle allegations that the company advertised furniture at a discount using inflated pre-discount prices. Purchases made at corporate-owned Ashley Furniture stores between March 9, 2017, and March 31, 2022, or from between April 13, 2018, and March 31, 2022, may qualify for a $30 voucher.
01/03/24 Lenovo (laptop screen defect) Lenovo Computer manufacturer Lenovo agreed to settle a case alleging that the company misled consumers about defects in its laptop displays. If you purchased any of the eligible laptop models within certain date ranges and you have experienced screen problems, you may be eligible for a one-time repair or a $100 payment.
01/08/24 Apple (gift cards) Apple Apple agreed to pay $1.8 million to settle allegations that the company misrepresented the security and value of its gift cards. The lawsuit claimed that Apple failed to secure its gift cards, allowing the value on the cards to be stolen before the authorized purchaser could use the card. If you purchased an Apple gift card in the U.S. between March 2018 and July 2020 (between May 2017 and February 2018 for California residents) that was redeemed by an unknown third party before you could use it, and you have not already received a refund or replacement, you may be eligible for a payment.
01/09/24 Family Dollar/Dollar Tree (rodent contamination) Family Dollar/Dollar Tree The owner of Family Dollar and Dollar Tree stores has settled a case alleging that rats contaminated its Memphis distribution center. You may be eligible for a $25 (estimated) gift card if you made a purchase from an affected Family Dollar store in Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri or Tennessee from Jan. 1, 2020, through Feb. 18, 2022.
01/10/24 Spirit Airlines (carry-on bag fees) Spirit Airlines Spirit Airlines will pay $8.25 million to settle a case alleging that the company charged fees for carry-on bags despite promises that carry-on bags would not incur an additional charge. If you booked a Spirit Airlines flight through Expedia, Kiwi, CheapOair, CheapTickets, Travelocity or Bookit between Aug. 31, 2011, and May 3, 2017, for a departure after Aug. 1, 2010, and you paid a carry-on bag fee, you may be eligible for a partial refund.
01/10/24 Panda Express (misleading fees) Panda Express Panda Restaurant Groups, owner of Panda Express, will pay $1.4 million to settle allegations that delivery and service fees for orders placed through the restaurant’s website and app were false and misleading. You may be eligible for payment or a voucher if you placed a food delivery order via the Panda’s mobile app or on the Panda Express website between July 17, 2020, and Feb. 16, 2022, and were charged a “service fee.”
01/16/24 Snap Finance (data breach) Snap Finance Snap Finance agreed to pay $1.8 million to settle claims that the lender failed to prevent a data breach that compromised the sensitive personal information of more than 60,000 consumers. If you received a letter from Snap in December 2022 notifying you that your information may have been exposed between June 23 and Sept. 8, 2022, and you submit a valid claim, you will receive two years of free credit monitoring services and reimbursement of up to $5,000 in out-of-pocket expenses related to the data breach. All class members may also submit a claim for a cash payment. California class members may also receive a cash payment of up to $200 under the California Consumer Protection Act.
01/16/24 Kimberly-Clark Corp. (Cottonelle Flushable Wipes) Kimberly-Clark Corp. Kimberly-Clark agreed to pay $13.5 million to settle claims that the company sold recalled lots of its Cottonelle Flushable Wipes. You may be eligible for payment if you purchased the wipes for personal use between Feb. 7, 2020, and Dec. 31, 2020.
01/17/24 Epic Games (Fortnite) Epic Games Fortnite developer Epic Games will pay $245 million to settle Federal Trade Commission (FTC) claims that the company misled young users. If you or your child were charged in-game currency for items you didn’t want between January 2017 and September 2022, if your child made charges to your credit card through Epic Games without your knowledge between January 2017 and November 2018, or if your or your child’s account was locked between January 2017 and September 2022 because you disputed the charges with your credit card company, you may be eligible for payment.
01/30/24 Aterian (Mueller household kitchen products) Aterian Aterian, the maker of Mueller-brand household kitchen products, such as flatware organizers and food storage containers, agreed to an $800,000 settlement in a case alleging that the company misled consumers by displaying the Austrian flag and other Austrian representations on products made in the U.S. You may be eligible for payment if you purchased any of the covered products between Dec. 9, 2018, and Aug. 23, 2023.
02/05/24 Shutterfly (deceptive advertising) Shutterfly Shutterfly, an online photography company, agreed to settle allegations that the company deceptively advertised products at discounted prices that were based on fabricated regular prices. If you made a purchase at an advertised discounted price between April 1, 2018, and Aug. 25, 2023, you may be eligible for a $25 voucher.
02/05/24 Juul Labs (e-cigarettes) Juul Labs Juul Labs has agreed to pay $255 million to settle a case (Altria and related companies later agreed to pay an additional $45 million into the settlement fund) claiming the e-cigarette manufacturer concealed the addictiveness of its products. Plaintiffs also claim that Juul intentionally advertised its products to minors. Consumers who purchased Juul products from a retail store, online store or the Juul website on or before Dec. 7, 2022, may be eligible for a payment.
02/17/24 Indivior (Suboxone price fixing) Indivior\ The manufacturer of Suboxone, an opioid addiction treatment, will pay $30 million to settle a case alleging that the pharmaceutical company conspired with other companies to raise the price of Suboxone. If you indirectly purchased or paid for Suboxone and/or its generic equivalents between Dec. 22, 2011, and Aug. 21, 2023, in any state other than Indiana or Ohio, you may be eligible for payment.
03/27/24 LensCrafters AccuFit (false advertising) LensCrafters Prescription eyewear retailer LensCrafters has agreed to a $39 million settlement to resolve claims that the company engaged in deceptive advertising by making allegedly false statements about the precision of its AccuFit system. If, from Sept. 5, 2013, to Sept. 20, 2023, you purchased prescription eyeglasses from LensCrafters after being fitted with AccuFit, you may be eligible for payment.
04/17/24 Macy’s (CVC sheets) Macy’s Macy’s agreed to pay $10.5 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that the retailer sold CVC sheets (Chief Cotton Value—a cotton mix) labeled with a higher thread count than actual, resulting in consumers overpaying for the product. If you purchased CVC Sheets supplied by AQ Textiles from a Macy’s store between Nov. 8, 2013, and March 24, 2023, you may be eligible for payment.
05/25/24 Vasona Management (housing discrimination) Vasona Management Vasona Management, a property management company operating in the San Francisco Bay Area, reached a settlement with the California Civil Rights Department to resolve claims that the company discriminated against tenants with children. If you are a current or former tenant who lived with a child under age 18 at any of the Vasona Management properties listed here between April 13, 2016, and July 1, 2019, you may be eligible for payment.
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