Windex Glass Cleaners Class Action Settlement

Windex Glass Cleaners Class Action Settlement

If you purchased certain Windex Glass Cleaner products between January 1, 2019 and July 9, 2021, then you may qualify for the Windex Class Action Settlement. This lawsuit stems from allegations claiming that Windex® brand Glass Cleaners violated state and federal laws by marketed products as “non-toxic” when they actually contained chemicals that can cause health problems in those exposed to them.

Here's a full list of qualifying products:

  • Windex® Original Glass Cleaner
  • Windex® Vinegar Glass Cleaner
  • Windex® Ammonia-Free Glass Cleaner
  • Windex® Multi-Surface Glass Cleaner

If you do not have proof of purchase, then you may receive a cash payment up to a maximum of $10 ($1 per qualifying product purchased for a maximum of 10 products).

If you have actual proof of purchase, then you may receive a cash payment of $1 for each purchase with proof of purchase without limitation.

You have until October 21, 2021 to submit a claim form online or by snail mail.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!


Benefiber Class Action Settlement 2021

Benefiber Class Action Settlement

If you purchased certain Benefiber products between June 19, 2014 and June 8, 2021, then you may qualify for the Benefiber Class Action Settlement.

This lawsuit stems from allegations that GSK deceptively marketed, advertised, labeled, and sold (1) its Benefiber Original and Benefiber Healthy Shape Products as “100% Natural” or “natural;” and (2) its Benefiber Healthy Shape Products as “clinically proven to cure cravings” and as a weight management product at a price premium, even though it is the same product as Benefiber Original.

According to the FAQs, you'll receive an estimated $10 per qualifying purchase of Benefiber Original and can claim up to a maximum of five (5) units without proof of purchase. Qualifying proof of purchase for each unit claimed is required for all claims for more than five (5) units of Benefiber Original.

The full list of qualifying products are:

    Benefiber Healthy Shape

  • Benefiber Healthy Shape Prebiotic Powder Fiber Supplement
    Benefiber Original

  • Benefiber Original Prebiotic Powder Fiber Supplement
  • Benefiber Sugar-Free Powder Fiber Supplement
  • Benefiber Prebiotic Powder Fiber Supplement On-The-Go Stick Packs (Flavored or Unflavored)
  • Benefiber Prebiotic Fiber Supplement Chewables

You have until October 6, 2021 to submit a claim form online.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!


Kellogg's Cereal Class Action Settlement

Kellogg’s Cereal Class Action Settlement

If you purchased certain Kellogg's Cereal products between August 29th, 2012 and May 1st, 2020, then you may qualify for the Kellogg's Cereal Class Action Settlement. This lawsuit stems from allegations that Kellogg violated certain laws in labeling certain breakfast cereals with claims that made the products seem healthy, when they were in fact unhealthy due to their high added sugar content.

Based on the estimated number of claims that will be made, the estimated average payment is approximately $16.09. No proof of purchase is required to submit a claim.

Here's a full list of qualifying products, which include:

    Kellogg's Raisin Bran

  • Original Raisin Bran
  • Raisin Bran Crunch
    Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats

  • Bite Size: Original
  • Bite Size: Maple Brown Sugar
  • Bite Size: Strawberry
  • Bite Size: Blueberry
  • Big Bites: Original
  • Little Bites: Chocolate
  • Little Bites: Cinnamon
  • Touch of Fruit in the Middle: Mixed Berry
  • Touch of Fruit in the Middle: Raspberry
    Kellogg's Smart Start

  • Original

You have until September 7, 2021 to submit a claim form online.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!

Whenever I post one of these class action settlements, I always feel like Cellino & Barnes … I mean, Galino & Farnes.


Kellogg's Cereal Class Action Settlement

Post Cereal Class Action Settlement

If you purchased certain Post Cereal products between August 29, 2012 and November 2, 2020, then you may qualify for the Post Cereal Class Action Settlement. This lawsuit claims that Post Foods violated certain laws in labeling certain breakfast cereals with claims that made the products seem healthy, but Plaintiffs allege they were in fact unhealthy due to their added sugar content.

The lawsuit contends that Post Foods, LLC (“Post”) made certain statements on the labels of various sizes and varieties of cereals (the “Post Cereals”) that are misleading because the statements suggested the cereals are healthy, when Plaintiffs allege they are unhealthy because of their added sugar. Post maintains that the statements on its cereals are true and that the Post Cereals are nutrient-dense, healthy foods. The Court has not determined whether Plaintiffs or Post are correct.

Based on the estimated number of claims that will be made, the estimated average payment is approximately $14.28.

Here's a full list of qualifying products, which include:

  • Alpha-Bits
  • Bran Flakes
  • Great Grains
  • Golden Crisp
  • Honey Bunches of Oats
  • Honey Bunches of Oats Granola
  • Honeycomb
  • Raisin Bran
  • Selects
  • Shredded Wheat
  • Waffle Crisp

You have until May 19, 2021 to submit a claim form online.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!

Whenever I post one of these class action settlements, I always feel like Cellino & Barnes … I mean, Galino & Farnes.


Keurig K-Cup Class Action Settlement

Keurig K-Cup Class Action Settlement

If you purchased Keurig K-Cups over the past decade, then you may qualify for the Keurig K-Cup Class Action Settlement. This lawsuit has been pending since 2014. It claims that Keurig monopolized and excluded competition in order to raise, fix, maintain, or stabilize the prices of Keurig K-Cup Portion Packs at artificially high levels in violation of the Sherman Act.

Keurig has agreed to pay $31,000,000 to settle this lawsuit. The exact amount of your settlement will depend on how many people file a claim. The dates covered in this settlement are as follows:

  • Between September 7, 2010, and August 14, 2020, in all states except Mississippi and Rhode Island
  • Between March 24, 2011 and August 14, 2020 in Mississippi
  • Between July 15, 2013, and August 14, 2020 in Rhode Island

You will need proof or purchase. However, if you bought any Keurig K-Cup products from Amazon over this period, you can easily access your proof of purchase! The process is the same for any online retailer where you purchased Keurig K-Cup products.

Load Amazon, then go to My Orders and search for Keurig. You'll see a list of Keurig orders dating back to 2010, if you have any that old.

Now, click “invoice” to load that order then press CTRL + P to print the page. However, from here you can save the invoice as a .pdf instead of printing it!

These .pdf files are the proof of purchase you'll submit for this class action.

The deadline to file a claim is July 15, 2021.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!

Whenever I post one of these class action settlements, I always feel like Cellino & Barnes … I mean, Galino & Farnes.


Prevagen Class Action Settlement

Prevagen Class Action Settlement

If you purchased any of the Prevagen items listed below between January 1, 2007 and July 21, 2020, then you may qualify for the Prevagen Class Action Settlement.

  • Prevagen Regular Strength 30 Count
  • Prevagen Regular Strength Chewables
  • Prevagen Regular Strength 60 Count
  • Prevagen Extra Strength 30 Count
  • Prevagen Extra Strength Chewables
  • Prevagen Extra Strength 60 Count
  • Prevagen Professional Strength

Depending on how the settlement goes, you may receive a cash refund up to $12 per individual claimant, without any receipts needed. If you have proof of purchase, then you may receive up to $70 per individual claimant.

I posted a Prevagen Chewable freebies in this window and I think it came with coupons to buy more. If any Hiffers used the accompanying coupons, be sure to file a claim!

The deadline to file a claim is October 26, 2020.

This lawsuit was started because plaintiffs alleged that Quincy Bioscience, LLC advertised benefits of Prevagen relating to memory improvement that were false and misleading. Plaintiffs maintain that Defendant’s actions constitute violations of Florida’s Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, Fla. Stat. §§ 501.201-501.2101, as well as other laws.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!


Mike Ike Class Action Settlement

Mike and Ike & Hot Tamales Class Action Settlement

You may qualify for a class action settlement if you purchased Mike and Ike and/or Hot Tamales candy, in any flavor or variety, between February 3, 2013 and July 23, 2020. You may receive a cash payment, if you have proof of purchase. Without proof, you may qualify for up to 8 boxes of free candy.

You have until November 10, 2020 to submit a claim either online or via mail.

I need to point out I'm not a lawyer 💼. That said, DO NOT LIE ON THESE! You are using your signature under penalty of perjury. That means you don't want to lie! However, if you actually bought some of these items, feel free swearing to it and file a claim to get your rebate check!