A number of class action settlements opened in November for consumers to make claims for rebates through December and beyond.
The class action settlements resolve claims related to false advertising, gift card safety, false sale pricing, carry-on bag fees, a data breach and a pest infestation, among other things.
A company may agree to a class action settlement to avoid litigation and/or to garner good faith among consumers without admitting to any liability or fault.
Consumers can scan below to find if any of the recently opened class action settlements apply to them, or visit Top Class Actions’ open settlements page to find more class action rebates.
Apple to pay $1.8M over claims it misrepresented security, value of gifts cards
Apple agreed to pay $1.8 million to resolve claims the company misrepresented both the value and security of its gift cards redeemed by unauthorized third parties.
The class action settlement will benefit consumers who purchased eligible Apple gift cards between March 2018 and July 2020 that were redeemed by an unknown third party before they were able to use them and who were not offered a refund or replacement.
Individuals who want to benefit from the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 8, 2024.
LensCrafters to pay $39M to end AccuFit Digital System claims
LensCrafters agreed to pay $39 million to end claims the company made false and misleading statements about its AccuFit Digital System.
The settlement will benefit a class of U.S. residents who purchased prescription eyeglasses from LensCrafters after being fitted with AccuFit from Sept. 5, 2013, to Sept. 20, 2023.
Individuals must submit a valid claim form by March 24, 2024, to make a claim in the class action settlement.
Ashley Furniture agrees to settle claims it misled consumers with false reference pricing
Ashley Furniture agreed to a class action settlement that will end claims the company used false reference pricing to mislead consumers into believing they were getting a larger discount than was actually the case.
The class action settlement will benefit consumers who purchased at least one Ashley Furniture product that was advertised as being at a discount from a regular or original price either online from April 13, 2018, to March 31, 2022, or in-store from March 9, 2017, to March 31, 2022.
Individuals who want to make a claim in the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form by Dec. 23, 2023.
Spirit Airlines to pay $8.25M over unlawful bag fee claims
Spirit Airlines agreed to pay $8.25 million to put to bed claims the airline charged unlawful carry-on bag fees to passengers whom it allegedly promised could bring a bag for no additional charge.
The settlement was made to benefit a class of consumers who booked a Spirit Airlines flight through Expedia, Kiwi, CheapOair, CheapTickets, Travelocity or Bookit between Aug. 31, 2011, and May 3, 2017, that was their first flight on Spirit after Aug. 1, 2010, and who were charged a carry-on bag fee.
Individuals must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 10, 2024, to be eligible to make a claim to join the class action settlement.
Shutterfly settles claims it sold discounted items with false original prices
Shutterfly agreed to a settlement that resolves claims the company used false reference pricing for merchandise advertised as at a discount on its e-commerce website.
The class action settlement will benefit consumers who purchased one or more products from shutterfly.com from April 1, 2018, through Aug. 25, 2023, that were discounted from an advertised reference price and who did not receive a discount or credit for said purchase.
Individuals who want to submit a claim in the class action settlement must do so by Feb. 5, 2024.
Snap Finance to pay $1.8M over claims it failed to prevent 2021 data breach
Snap Finance agreed to pay $1.8 million over claims the financial services company failed to prevent a 2021 data breach that compromised consumers’ sensitive information.
The settlement will benefit a class of individuals whom Snap sent a letter in December 2022 informing them that their information may have been exposed in a data breach between June 23 and Sept. 8, 2022.
Individuals must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 16, 2024, to be eligible to make a claim to join the class action settlement.
Advocate Aurora Health agreed to pay more than $12.2 million to end claims the company compromised the data of its patients by allegedly using pixel-tracking tools to share their sensitive health information with third parties.
The settlement will benefit a class of patients who visited Advocate Aurora’s websites, the LiveWell app or the MyChart patient portal from Oct. 24, 2017, to Oct. 22, 2022.
Individuals who want to make a claim to join the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 18, 2024.
Pulsz gambling website operator to pay $1.32M over claims site violated Kentucky laws
Yellow Social Interactive agreed to pay $1.32 million to resolve claims the company violated Kentucky laws by operating allegedly unlawful gambling websites, such as pulsz.com
The settlement was made to benefit a class of Kentucky residents who spent at least $5 within a 24-hour period on either pulsz.com from Oct. 2, 2020, to Nov. 3, 2022, or pulszbingo.com from July 20, 2022, to Feb. 9, 2023.
Individuals must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 29, 2024, to receive rebates from the class action settlement.
Family Dollar settles claims distribution center infested with rodents
Family Dollar agreed to a class action settlement that will end claims its distribution center in Arkansas is infested with rodents, allegedly contaminating the products.
The class action settlement will benefit consumers who purchased a product from a Family Dollar location in their home state of Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri or Tennessee that was serviced by West Memphis Distribution Center between Jan. 1, 2020, and Feb. 18, 2022.
Individuals who would like to benefit from the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 9, 2024.
Bank of America to pay $500,000 over claims it made unlawful debt collection calls
Bank of America agreed to pay $500,000 to end claims it violated Florida law by allegedly sending late-night debt-collection communications to its account holders.
The settlement will benefit a class of Florida residents who, since April 22, 2020, received communications from Bank of America between 9 p.m. and 8 a.m. in their local time zone in regard to their consumer accounts.
Individuals must submit a valid claim form by Jan. 26, 2024, to benefit from the class action settlement.
Do any of the recently opened class action rebates apply to you? Let us know in the comments.
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