6 Class-Action Settlements That Could Pay You (One Could Score You $285)

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6 Class-Action Settlements That Could Pay You (One Could Score You $285)

It’s been a busy few weeks in the settlement world.

I love finding new settlements to share, but I also love it when I qualify as a class member!

Here are six class-action settlements accepting claims right now. I filed for two of them in less than five minutes!

This week, I found settlements involving dietary supplements, robocalls and more!

Take a minute to see if you qualify for any of the following.

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1. Hyland’s Homeopathic Products

Did you buy Hyland’s Homeopathic products between March 8, 2008 and March 30, 2017? If so, you could get a full refund of up to $12.99 per product under the terms of a class-action settlement!

Consumers accused Hyland’s of misleading them about the ability of the homeopathic remedies to treat certain symptoms. A class-action lawsuit challenged Hyland’s claims of providing “fast, safe and effective relief from cold and flu symptoms.”

If you purchased any of the following Hyland’s products in the past nine years, you may benefit from this settlement: Cold ‘n Cough 4 Kids, Cough Syrup with 100% Natural Honey, Sniffles ‘n Sneezes 4 Kids, Complete Flu Care 4 Kids, Baby Teething Gel, Baby Cough Syrup, Baby Gas Drops, Baby Infant Earache Drops and Baby Nighttime Tiny Cold Syrup.

If you provide a receipt along with your claim form, you will receive a full refund for all products you purchased. If you file a claim without receipt, you can get a full refund for up to two Hyland’s products.

The deadline to file a claim for this class-action settlement is June 28, 2017.

Find out more here.

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2. Unwanted Texts from American Eagle Outfitters

If you received unsolicited texts from American Eagle Outfitters between April 8, 2010 and Jan. 24, 2017, you could get up to $285 from this settlement!

A class-action lawsuit claims American Eagle sent texts advertising store promotions to more than 600,000 people without their consent. American Eagle denies the allegations but agreed to pay $14.5 million to end the litigation.

If you qualify and file a claim for this American Eagle settlement, you’ll receive between $142 and $285.

Act fast! The deadline to file a claim for this class-action settlement is May 24, 2017.

Learn more here.

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3. Pro Armor UTV Doors

Did you buy Pro Armor doors for your utility vehicle between June 11, 2010 and June 11, 2014? If so, you could get up to a $60 gift card from a class-action settlement.

Consumers accused previous Pro Armor doors manufacturer LSI Products Inc. of falsely advertising its products as a “safety” addition to UTVs. According to the class-action lawsuit, the doors are for style purposes only.

Pro Armor UTV doors covered by the settlement include Pro Armor RZR doors, Pro Armor RZR-4 doors, Pro Armor Teryx (also known as T-Rex) doors, Pro Armor RZR-S doors, Pro Armor RZR XP 1000 doors, Pro Armor RZR XP 4 1000 doors, Pro Armor RZR XP900 doors and Pro Armor RZR XP900 4 doors.

If you bought these doors during the specified period, you can get either a $60 Pro Armor gift card with proof of purchase or a 10% discount coupon worth up to $60 without proof of purchase.

You have until June 2, 2017 to file a claim for this class-action settlement.

More information is available here.

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4. Iovate Hydroxycut

If you bought Hydroxycut between May 2, 2009 and Feb. 15, 2017, you could get a full refund from this class-action settlement!

Hydroxycut manufacturer Iovate Health Services Sciences USA Inc. violated state and federal laws by misrepresenting the effectiveness of certain supplements, according to the class-action lawsuit.

If you purchased one of the 30-plus Hydroxycut products this settlement covers and have a receipt, you can get a full refund. If you don’t have a receipt, you can get a refund for up to two bottles at $14 each, or $28 total.

Iovate denies the allegations but agreed to pay $8 million to resolve the class-action lawsuit. In addition to refunding cash to customers, Iovate agreed to change its dietary supplement labels.

To benefit from this settlement, you must submit a claim by May 30, 2017.

Find out if you qualify here.

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5. SuperAmerica Text Spam

Did you receive an unwanted text message from SuperAmerica between Jan. 1, 2012 and April 1, 2015? If so, you could get $50 cash and a $50 gift card from this class-action settlement!

A class-action lawsuit claims Midwestern gas station chain SuperAmerica sent text advertisements to people without their permission, which is prohibited by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

The per-claimant award of $50 cash and a $50 SuperAmerica gift card could increase or decrease, depending on the number of claims that are filed.

You have until June 15, 2017 to file a claim form.

Learn more about the settlement here.

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6. BrainStrong DHA Supplement

If you bought BrainStrong DHA supplements between Jan. 1, 2011 and March 4, 2016, you can get a full refund from this class-action settlement. This settlement includes BrainStrong Adult, BrainStrong Toddler and BrainStrong Kids.

Consumers accused BrainStrong manufacturer i-Health of mislabeling its products with the following phrases:

  • “Clinically shown to improve memory.”
  • “Naturally supports mental clarity.”
  • “Helps protect against normal cognitive decline.”
  • Able to “support brain health.”

If you attach a proof of purchase with your claim form, you will get a full cash refund. If you file a claim without a receipt, you can choose from $4 cash or a $6.50 i-Health voucher.

To benefit from the BrainStrong settlement, you must file a claim no later than June 19, 2017.

Find out more here.

Your Turn: Do any of these companies owe you money?

Melissa LaFreniere is the news editor of TopClassActions.com. This week, she filed claims for the Hydroxycut and Hyland’s settlements!