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A number of class action settlements began accepting claims in April, with deadlines to submit a claims for rebates running from near the end of May through July. 

The settlements were made to resolve claims revolving around false advertising, price fixing and inadequate cyber security measures, among other things. 

A company will often deny wrongdoing when agreeing to a class action settlement; however, choosing to settle avoids further litigation and can be a way to satisfy consumers. 

Peruse the list below to see if you qualify to join any recently opened class action settlements. If none apply to you, make sure to check out Top Class Actions’ settlement directory to find other open class action rebates

Doctor’s Best Agrees to Pay to End False Advertising Claims

Consumers who purchased certain Doctor’s Best glucosamine products may be eligible for rebates after the company decided to settle to resolve claims it falsely advertised that its products contained glucosamine sulfate. 

Eligible class members must have purchased Doctor’s Best products such as Synergistic Glucosamine MSM, Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM and Vegan Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM, among others. 

Consumers without any proof of purchase can recover up to $25 while those with proof of purchase are eligible to receive a 60% refund on up to 12 products per household. 

The deadline to submit a valid claim form for the settlement is June 14. 

CaptureRX Settles for $4.75M to End Data Breach Claims

CaptureRX has agreed to pay $4.75 million to end consumers’ claims that the company failed to adequately safeguard their data during a data breach last year. 

Eligible class members must have been notified by CaptureRX that they were affected by a data breach, which was first detected in Feb. 2021. 

Up to 1.9 million consumers were affected by the data breach. Individuals in the nationwide class are eligible to receive up to $25 in compensation while those also in the California subclass can recover an extra $75. 

A valid claim form must be submitted no later than June 27 to be included in the class action settlement. 

Glumetza Price-Fixing Allegations Lands $453 Million Settlement

Entities which purchased the generic or brand name version of the medication Glumetza are eligible to benefit from a $453 million settlement agreed to by Bausch, Lupin and Assertio. 

The three pharmaceutical companies agreed to the settlement to resolve claims they suppressed the price for generic versions of Glumetza, which is used to treat individuals with type 2 diabetes. 

Direct purchasers of Glumetza from Bausch, Lupin and Assertio will be able to recover cash payments with the amount of payout depending on how many milligrams of Glumetza were directly purchased. 

The deadline to submit a valid claim form to be included in the settlement agreement is May 29. 

Volkswagen Settles Claims Revolving Around Audi Transmissions

Volkswagen has agreed to a settlement to end claims it manufactured certain Audi vehicles with defective transmissions.

Eligible class members are current or former owners or lessees of model year 2010-2012 Audi S4 or Audi S5 vehicles. 

Volkswagen will provide compensation to vehicle owners for past repairs with amounts varying depending on when the repairs were done within the vehicle’s years of service and mileage. 

Consumers interested in joining the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form, including documented proof of expenses, no later than July 29. 

Palmer’s Agrees to Provide Rebates in $3M Deceptive Marketing Settlement

Palmer’s has agreed to pay $3 million to resolve claims the company deceptively marketed its stretch mark lotion products

The class action settlement will provide rebates to consumers who purchased Palmer’s Massage Cream for Stretch Marks, Palmer’s Massage Lotion for Stretch Marks and/or Palmer’s Tummy Butter for Stretch Marks between Dec. 31, 2016, and Mar. 15, 2022. 

Class members who are able to provide proof of purchase will be given a full refund while those without can earn up to $6 in compensation. 

A valid claim form must be submitted by June 13 to be included in the class action settlement. 

Noom’s Autorenewal Policy Leads to $56M Settlement

Consumers who purchased an autorenewing Noom Healthy Weight subscription may be eligible for rebates thanks to a $56 million class action settlement. 

Noom agreed to the settlement to resolve claims it did not clearly disclose the terms of its autorenewal policy and by not making it easy to cancel.

Eligible class members are those who purchased a subscription on either the company’s app or website from between May 12, 2016, and Oct. 6, 2020, and did not receive a refund on their subscription payments. 

Consumers who want to be part of the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form by June 24. 

Buck Knives ‘Made in USA’ Claims Leads to $200K in Rebates for Consumers

Buck Knives has agreed to pay $200,000 to end claims it falsely advertised that its products were “Made in USA.” 

Consumers who purchased certain Buck Knives knife-sheath combinations from between Mar. 1, 2008, and Feb. 17, 2022, are eligible to benefit from the settlement. 

Class member will be compensated at $10 per knife with a maximum reimbursement of $30 for individuals and $60 per household. 

A valid claim form must be submitted by June 1 to be included in the class action settlement. 

Bosley to Pay $500K to End Claims It Was at Fault for Data Breach

Individuals affected by a data breach from Bosley may be eligible to take part in a class action settlement worth $500,000.

Bosley agreed to the settlement to resolve claims it was responsible for a 2020 data breach due to mismanaging its cyber security. 

Class members are those who were notified by Bosley last year that their information had been compromised in the data breach.

Individuals who want to take part in the class action settlement must submit a valid claim form by June 7. 

Morgan Stanley Ponying Up $60M to End Data Breach Negligence Claims

Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay $60 million to end claims it was negligent in allowing data breaches in 2016 and 2019 to occur. 

Class members are those who have existing or closed accounts with Morgan Stanley who were notified that they were affected by either of the data breaches. 

Individuals will be eligible to receive up to $10,000 in reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses incurred on account of the data breach.

The deadline to submit a valid claim form in the class action settlement is June 2. 

Alleged Carcinogens In Aveeno, Neutrogena Products Lead to $1.75M in Vouchers

Johnson & Johnson has agreed to provide $1.75 million in vouchers to end consumers’ claims that some of its Aveeno and Neutrogena products contained carcinogens. 

Class members do not need to submit proof of purchase in order to make a claim.

The settlement benefits consumers who bought certain Aveeno and Neutrogena products from between May 26, 2015, and Apr. 8, 2022.

A valid claim form must be submitted by July 7 to take part in the class action settlement.



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