Category: Class Action Lawsuits

WOW – Bought Bagged Ice? Who hasn’t I know I have.

Calling all residents of AZ, AK, CA, DC, FL, IL, IA, KS, ME, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, NE, NV, NH, NM, NY, NC, ND, SD, TN, UT, VT, WV, WI, and WY and have also purchased at least ONE bag or blocks of ice between 2001 and 2008! You may be entitled to get back up to a $12 check from this Home City Ice Class Action Settlement if you are eligible! Simply complete the short form by May 17th to submit your claim. They’ll e-mail you with details at a later date with instructions on how to get your payment. This settlement is about how ice makers allegedly engaged in an antitrust scheme to fix the price of bags and blocks of ice, resulting in consumers paying a higher price than they would have without the allegedly anticompetitive scheme.

No proof of purchase is necessary to obtain settlement benefits, but please do not fill it out if you never purchased these ice products in these states to qualify. It is against the law to fill out the form if you do not qualify. Go here for more information.

Love Coconut Water? May You’ll Get A Piece Of $1 Million!

Have you ever grabbed a bottle of Harmless Harvest Coconut Water? Well you might be in for a shock with the latest $1 Million Class-Action Lawsuit! WHAT?! I know, check this out! Apparently according to reports they chose to use words like 100% Raw and 100% organic, when in fact they actually used nonorganic ingredients on their labels and “reportedly purchased from street vendors and unknown supply sources,”! Wow, so I guess you better be careful before you slap a label on something! Did you purchase this sometime between September 30 2011 – December 2016, then this applies to you! Unfortunately they have not released the forms to file for this class-action lawsuit! Please keep your eyes out on this one! I still drink coconut water! Do you?

List of Cards for Refunds

The following lists Comenity card agreements filed at the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as of the first quarter of 2014. Not all the cards necessarily participated in the add-on products subject to refunds. The list excludes duplicate names and agreements where the merchant’s name does not appear.

Abercrombie Domestications Little Switzerland Serta
Alon Dots Loft MC Smile Generation Financial
American Home Drapers And Damons Mandee Solutions
American Laser Skincare Dress Barn Marathon Sports Authority
Ann Taylor Dwolla Maurices Springstone Financial
Anne Geddes Visa Eddie Bauer Metrostyle Stage Stores
Annie Sez El Dorado Furniture Motorola Talbots
Appleseeds Elder Beerman New York Company Taylor Rental
Arhaus Furniture Express Norm Thompson Taylor Rental Discover
Ashley Stewart Fastline Ohio University MC Taylor Rental Discover Google Advisor
Avenue Gander Mountain Old Pueblo Traders The Buckle
Barneys Gardner White Furniture The Company Store
Bealls Florida Gem Overtons MC The Limited
Bealls Outlet Giant Eagle Employee Pacific Sunwear The Roomplace
Bealls Stage Stores Gold Violin Palais Royal The Sportsmans Guide Visa
Bedford Fair Goodys PayPal BML The Tog Shop
Bergners Gordmans PayPal CompUSA The Sportsmans Guide Visa Google Advisor
Blair Grand Rental Station PayPal HpDirect Tiger Direct
Blue Nile Haband PayPal JCWhitney Torrid
Bon Ton Healthiplan Medical PayPal MacMall Trek
Boston Store Henri Bendel PayPal NewEgg True Value
Brylane Home Herbergers PayPal RossSimons True Value Discover
Burkes Outlet Home And Garden Showplace PayPal TigerDirect Undergear
Carsons HSN Peebbles Venus
Carter Lumber DIY Iddeal Petland Victorias Secret
Catherines Ideal Image Pier 1 Imports Vitacost MC
Chadwicks JCrew Pottery Barn West Elm
Christopher Banks Jessica London Premier Designs Westgate MC
Coldwater Creek JJill Rainsoft Wintersilks
Columbian Emerald Justice Reeds Jewelers Woman Within
Crate and Barrel King Size Restoration Hardware Younkers
Credo Lane Bryant Roamans Your Tuition Solution
Davids Bridal Lifestyle Lift Sahalie Zgallerie
DentalFirst Financing Linensource Samuels

Original list here

Stevia in the Raw Class Action Settlement!


Stevia in the Raw Class Action Settlement!

Attention all Stevia users! If you purchased at least one Stevia in the Raw brand product with the phrase “natural,” “all natural” or “100% natural” between October 9, 2009, and July 1, 2014 you are eligible to obtain up to $2 for each package of the Stevia In The Raw. Keep in mind that there is a maximum cash payment of $16 per class member.

According to the settlement webpage, “Stevia in the Raw brand Consumer Products are not “natural,” “all natural” or “100% natural” and are inaccurately and deceptively labeled as so.” Therefore, they have been sued and the consumers and receiving compensation. Have you purchased this product? If so, let us know! 

EOS Lip Balm – Consumers File Class Action Lawsuit!


Do you use EOS lip balm? If so, you may want to read about the class action lawsuit filed this week against the lip balm’s manufacturer. According to the lawsuit, the product causes blisters and rashes- potentially causing long term damage. I have used this product in the past and it has never caused issues for me but rather safe than sorry while all of this is figured out. Do you use EOS lip Balm and have you had any issues?

The class action suit claims the “Summer Fruit” version of the lip balm company — which pays celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears to promote its cheerful, egg-shaped varieties — caused blisters and a rash to erupt all over the mouth of a woman named Rachel Cronin.

According to the document, after first applying the balm, “within hours, her lips became substantially dry and coarse, what Ms. Cronin describes as feeling like “sandpaper,” causing her to apply more of the balm on her lip to achieve the results of becoming “sensationally smooth.”

Cronin’s lips began cracking on the edges and, by the next day, the surrounding skin had “severe blistering and rashes causing her to seek medical care on Dec. 7, 2015.” The condition lasted for approximately 10 days, according to the lawsuit.

The suit asks for damages, claiming the company deceived consumers and misrepresented the product as natural and organic.

Full Details can be found Here