PHOENIX - If you bought a Groupon voucher or an identity protection service from a major credit card, you could be due some cash.
The ABC15 Investigators found Groupon and Discover Card have recently settled class action lawsuits.
And that means millions of dollars for consumers.
Groupon offers great deals, but a class action lawsuit alleges some Groupon vouchers contained expiration dates and requirements in violation of laws.
The company settled for $8.5 million.
So, what does that mean for you?
Well, you could get a refund or be able to use the voucher, even if it has expired.
But, the amount you get is what you paid, not the promotional higher value on the voucher.
So it's not a lot. But if you bought a voucher between November 2008 and December 201, you need to submit a claim form soon.
Here are all of the details on the Groupon settlement.
If you have a Discover Card, and signed up for a protection service, you could also put in a claim for cash.
If you bought ID, Wallet or Payment protection, you could get up to $30 back.
That's because Discover settled a class action lawsuit claiming some customers didn't know the plans were costing them a certain amount each month.
Here's more on the Discover settlement at topclassactions.com.
Neither Groupon nor Discover admitted any wrongdoing.
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