Class-action settlements with Kettle chips, eBay, Arm and Hammer Essentials deodorant could mean $$$

Posted at 6:44 PM, Jul 16, 2015
and last updated 2016-09-16 17:52:47-04

What could be wrong with a bag of chips?

Well, a class action lawsuit claims Kettle brand chips were mislabeled.

Scott Hardy with says "they are marked or were marketed as all natural, no GMOs, no preservatives."

But allegations are that that's not true.

So if you bought Kettle Potato, Tortilla or TIAS chips, you could get back $1 per bag up to $20.

They had to be bought between January 2010 and February 2015.

The claim deadline is July 30, 2015.

Kettle chips denies any wrongdoing.

Learn more about the Kettle chip class action settlement.

A similar claim is at the center of another class action lawsuit involving Arm and Hammer Essentials deodorant.

Allegations are the deodorant's claims of "natural" were misleading.

You can get a $4 cash refund for up to 5 units.

The deadline to file a claim is September 2, 2015.

Arm and Hammer denies wrongdoing.

Learn more about the Arm and Hammer settlement.

If you're an eBay seller, and paid for a "good til canceled" listing, you could get some money back.

Allegations are eBay charged recurring listing fees not included in their disclosures.

Most people affected received letters indicating that and could get back around 9 percent of what they spent.

There are varying dates for eligibility from 2008 to 2012.

eBay admits no wrongdoing.

If this affects you, and you didn't get a notification, find out how to file a claim.

Finally, for you out of the country travelers, a lawsuit filed against 13 airlines claims alleged price fixing.

Eight airlines reached a settlement.

If you traveled between the United States and Asia, Australia, New Zealand or the Pacific Islands between the year 2000 and now, you could qualify for part of the $39 million dollar settlement

The estimated deadline to file a claim is September 19, 2015.

None of the airlines involved admit wrongdoing.

Learn more about this airline price-fixing settlement.

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