So what do dead car batteries, and health supplements have in common?
The ABC15 Investigators found there are class action lawsuit settlements involving both and that could mean money for you.
The first involves popular homeopathic remedies for the flu, arthritis and colds. The maker is Boiron.
A class action suit alleges that some of the health claims made by the company are not scientifically proven.
While the company admits no wrong doing, it settled the suit. That could mean up to $100 back to customers who bought products and have receipts. It also changes the way the remedies will be labeled.
You can read the details and deadlines involving the Boiron class action settlement here .
Another class action settlement involves car batteries.
Valley summers can be hard on batteries. The suit claims warranty issues involving Interstate car batteries.
The complaints involve not getting enough credit towards a new battery, when the old one failed during the warranty period.
Interstate denies any wrongdoing, but settled the class action suit. If you had this issue, you an get more credit towards a new battery.
You can the details and deadlines involving the Interstate Battery class action settlement here .
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