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Groupon, Zara and Avalon Organics Might Owe You Money. Here’s How to Collect

Updated December 14, 2015
by Anne Bucher
Contributor

Last month I told you about eight class-action settlements that pay cash. This month, I’m back to tell you about nine more accepting claims.

Let’s just say this month’s article should be titled, “Do You Buy Things? If So, Somebody Probably Owes You Money!”

If you’ve purchased Groupon vouchers, natural cosmetic products or a refrigerator, you could be entitled to cash benefits from one of these class-action settlements.

Let’s take a look!

1.  iYogi

If you’re a current or former iYogi subscriber and you received telephone calls on behalf of iYogi — even if you told them to stop calling — you could be eligible to receive a cash payment of $40 from a class-action settlement.

To qualify, you must have received at least one call from iYogi or an affiliate between Sept. 23, 2009 and Nov. 18, 2013.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 2, 2016. Find out more.

2. Groupon Vouchers

Did you purchase or receive a Groupon voucher between Nov. 1, 2008 and Dec. 1, 2011 that you never redeemed (and you didn’t receive a refund)?

If so, you may be entitled to receive credits for up to 130% off the price of the original, unredeemed, unrefunded Groupon voucher.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 9, 2016. Learn more here.

3. JASON and Avalon Organics

Hain Celestial Group has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over allegations it falsely represented its popular JASON and Avalon Organics cosmetic products as organic.

If you purchased JASON and/or Avalon Organics products that were not USDA-certified as organic, you may be entitled to receive cash and coupons worth up to $80 — or more if you submit receipts!

To qualify for benefits from this settlement, the Avalon Organics products must have been purchased between May 11, 2007 and Jan. 6, 2015.

The JASON products must have been purchased between May 11, 2007 and Jan. 31, 2011.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 12, 2016. Learn more.

4. Burlington Coat Factory

Did you provide a phone number upon to a cashier when you used your credit card at a Burlington Coat Factory California location between Feb. 10, 2010 and Jan. 28, 2015?

If so, you may be able to claim $10 in cash or a $15 merchandise voucher from a recent settlement.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 20, 2016. Learn more here.

5. Zara

Did you shop at Zara and pay with a credit or debit card between Dec. 17, 2014 and Apr. 27, 2015? If so, you may be entitled to $100 or more.

Zara is settling a class action suit alleging it printed the first six digits of customers’ credit and debit account numbers — a violation of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 22, 2016. Find out if you qualify.

6. Lennox Refrigerator Coils

Lennox Industries Inc. has settled a class-action suit alleging it manufactured and sold defective refrigerator coils.

Did you purchase at least one uncoated copper tube Lennox Aire-Flo, Armstrong Air, AirEase, Concord or Ducane brand evaporator coil?

If so, you could be entitled to a service rebate, replacement coil or reimbursement for what you paid to replace the allegedly defective coil.

Deadline to file is Feb. 1, 2016. Learn more.

7. Electrolux Refrigerators

If you purchased an Electrolux, Crosley or Frigidaire “French Door” refrigerator-freezer unit with an ice maker, you may be entitled to $100 cash or more.

The settlement resolves allegations that Electrolux manufactured and sold refrigerators that contained a defective ice maker.

The deadline to file a claim is Feb. 3, 2016. Learn more here.

8. Michael Kors Outlet Pricing

Michael Kors recently settled a lawsuit alleging it deceptively marketed merchandise at its outlet stores to make consumers believe products were previously available at a retail store, even though they were made specifically for the outlet.

If you bought at least one Michael Kors item at an outlet store with a price tag showing both an “MSRP” and an “Our Price” label, you may be entitled to cash from the settlement.

The amount you receive depends on how much you spent and whether you submit a receipt.

The deadline hasn’t been set, but it’s estimated to be Feb. 18, 2016. Find out if you qualify.

9. Polyurethane Foam

If you purchased upholstered furniture (such as a couch with foam cushions), bedding products (such as a mattress, mattress topper or pillows) or carpet padding containing polyurethane foam that was manufactured in the United States, you may be entitled to cash. (The amount depends how many people file claims.)

To qualify, the polyurethane foam product must have been purchased between Jan. 1, 1999 and Aug. 1, 2015 in certain states.

The deadline to file is Feb. 29, 2016. Learn more.

Your Turn: Have you received money from a class-action settlement?

Anne Bucher is the Managing Editor at TopClassActions.com.

by Anne Bucher
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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