January Class Action Settlements Involve Saks, Neuriva, Kaiser and Walmart
Could you use some cash to recover from the holidays?
Check out these class action settlements from brands like Neuriva, ShopKeep, and Walmart to see if you qualify to make a claim.
Look through list carefully and note deadlines for claims. Earliest one on this list is Jan. 7, 2022, for students looking to recoup tuition from Rutgers University charged during the height of the pandemic.
Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions Eyeshadow Palette Class Action Settlement
Consumers who purchased a Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions Pressed Pigment Palette may be eligible to claim up to $30 without proof of purchase — or $87 with proof.
The Class is made up of consumers who purchased any color of Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions Pressed Pigment Palettes in the United States on or before Aug. 15, 2021.
A class action lawsuit alleged the product was falsely advertised as eyeshadow, when the fine print on the packages warns consumers not to use the product around the eyes. The plaintiffs allegedly suffered injury such as eye irritation.
File your claim by Jan. 12, 2022.
Hudson’s Bay Company, Saks, Saks OFF 5TH, Lord & Taylor $2M Data Breach Settlement
Anyone who used a payment card at a Saks, Saks OFF 5TH, or Lord & Taylor store between certain dates may be eligible to claim up to $5,000 under a recent settlement.
The Class is made up of individuals who used a credit, debit, or prepaid card (other than a Saksfirst-branded credit card) at a Saks, Lord & Taylor, or Saks OFF 5TH between May 1, 2017, and April 1, 2018, within the United States and its territories.
Plaintiffs argue the company’s negligence resulted in a data breach.
Claims must be submitted no later than Jan. 31, 2022.
Neuriva Supplements False Advertising $8M Class Action Settlement
If you purchased Reckitt Benckiser’s Neuriva supplements, you may be eligible to make a claim in a class action settlement, regardless of whether you have proof of purchase.
The Class is defined as anyone who purchased, for personal consumption and not for resale, one or more of the covered Neuriva products — all sizes of Neuriva Original, Neuriva Plus, and Neuriva De-Stress — from Reckitt Benckiser or an authorized reseller in the United States between Jan. 1, 2019, and April 23, 2021.
Plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit claimed the defendants advertised the Neuriva products as being clinically and scientifically “proven,” when there is no clinical evidence the supplements can increase or support brain performance.
Submit your claim form by Jan. 3, 2022 (estimated).
Dominion National Data Breach $4.7M Class Action Settlement
Those who may have had their information compromised during a data breach at Dominion National may qualify for some compensation.
The settlement benefits a Class of consumers whose personal information was stored on Dominion National’s computer network and may have been accessed during a security incident. Those identified as Class Members should have received an email or postcard notice about the settlement.
Plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit alleged Dominion National did not adequately protect their personal information during the data breach.
Dominion announced the breach June 21, 2019, but the attack may have begun as early as Aug. 25, 2010.
Information such as names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, and more may have been accessed.
Claim forms are due by Jan. 15, 2022.
Missouri Walmart Prepaid Wireless $600K Class Action Settlement
Consumers who purchased prepaid phones or other prepaid wireless telecommunications products from a Missouri Walmart or Sam’s Club may be eligible to claim up to $20 thanks to a class action settlement.
The settlement benefits anyone who purchased a prepaid wireless telecommunications service product from a Walmart or a Sam’s Club store in Missouri between Jan. 1, 2019, and Jan. 31, 2020.
The class action lawsuit accused Walmart of overcharging for the prepaid products via its prepaid wireless telecommunications service charge.
Deloitte Consulting $4.95M Data Breach Class Action Settlement
Deloitte Consulting is paying nearly $5 million to resolve claims surrounding a 2020 data security incident.
The settlement those who were notified by either the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, the Illinois Department of Employment Security, or the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment that their personal information was compromised during a Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) data security incident between May 18 and 21, 2020.
According to the plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit, the agencies hired Deloitte to create websites to be used in facilitating paying PUA benefits. However, certain personal information of about 237,000 people is believed to have been visible on the sites.
Claim forms must be submitted no later than Jan. 17, 2022.
Cryptsy Cryptocurrency Class Action Settlement
Cryptsy account holders who were unable to access their cryptocurrency may be eligible to receive additional compensation after a “claw-back” lawsuit resulted in additional funding for the Class.
The Class is made up of anyone who was a Cryptsy account holder between Nov. 1, 2015, and June 2, 2017, and held Cryptsy Bitcoins, alternative cryptocurrencies, or other forms of money they were unable to access, trade, or otherwise obtain.
Plaintiffs had alleged Project Investors Inc., doing business as Cryptsy and Paul Vernon, stole account holders’ cryptocurrency and converted it for their own use; they also alleged certain defendants had become unjustly enriched.
The initial claim deadline was April 17, 2017. However, there is a second deadline on the horizon.
Those who already made an approved claim do not need to do anything. However, those who did not make a claim in the first recovery or had their claim denied may file a new or supplementary claim.
The deadline to file this claim is Jan. 12, 2022.
ShopKeep, Lightspeed Commerce USA OT $1.775M Class Action Settlement
A class action lawsuit settlement resolves claims that ShopKeep and Lightspeed Commerce USA may have not properly paid overtime wages.
Two Classes and a Collective have been established:
- The New York Class: sales representatives, point-of-sale specialists, and account executives employed by ShopKeep or Lightspeed Commerce USA in New York between Jan. 8 2015, and April 1, 2021.
- The Oregon Class: sales representatives, point-of-sale specialists, and account executives in Oregon between Jan. 8, 2018, and April 1, 2021.
- Putative Collective: those employed by ShopKeep or Lightspeed Commerce USA outside of New York or Oregon during the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Collective Period of Jan. 8, 2018, through April 1, 2021.
The plaintiffs allege ShopKeep didn’t pay overtime wages, failed to provide proper wage statements to employees in New York, and failed to give timely wages after Oregon employees’ separation from the company.
File a claim by Jan. 10, 2022.
Rutgers COVID-19 Tuition Refund $5M Class Action Settlement
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is settling claims it overcharged for tuition during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Class is made up of all Rutgers students who paid the university fees for the spring 2020 semester and did not get a refund.
The plaintiffs claim they were overcharged when the school switched to remote learning because of the pandemic and argue they should have been charged less since they weren’t able to make use of the full benefits of on-campus classes.
Those who are no longer enrolled will receive a check unless they file an enrollment form and select payment via Venmo or PayPal.
The deadline to file an election form in this settlement is Jan. 7, 2022.
Kaiser Healthcare Race Discrimination $11.5M Class Action Settlement
Kaiser Healthcare will pay $11.5 million to end claims it discriminated against employees on the basis of race.
The Class is made up of current and former Black or African-American California employees who worked for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc., Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, The Permanente Medical Group Inc., or Southern California Permanente Medical Group in a covered position between Jan. 1, 2015, and March 31, 2021.
The positions covered are full-time, occupied, exempt or non-exempt, non-union, non-clinical, director-level or below administrative support or consulting services jobs.
Intern or student temporary positions in these job families do not qualify.
Kaiser was alleged to have denied these employees equal pay, bonuses, other compensation, and promotions. The company allegedly demoted and otherwise disciplined employees of color at a higher rate than white employees.
The claim deadline is Jan. 22, 2022.