If you applied to work at Costco between Aug. 10, 2014 and April 17, 2017, or if you applied but were denied employment based on your background report, you may be entitled to between $25 and $175 from a class action settlement.
Costco has agreed to pay nearly $2.5 million to end a Fair Credit Reporting Act class action lawsuit alleging the company failed to use proper stand-alone disclosure notices to obtain background reports about job applicants.
The deadline to file a claim is May 14, 2018.
If you own or owned a John Hancock Flex V2 Life Insurance Policy on or after January 1997, you may qualify to receive a cash payment of between $50 and $5,350 from a class action settlement. You may also qualify to receive a payment of between $25 and $975 if you purchased your policy on or before Dec. 31, 1996. A class action lawsuit claimed that John Hancock violate the Flex V2 Life Insurance Policy. There is no deadline to file a claim, as consumers with applicable life insurance plans will automatically receive benefits.
Were you or a loved one diagnosed with encephalitis, liver failure, Stevens Johnson Syndrome or another injury after taking the multiple sclerosis drug Zinbryta? You may be eligible to join a Zinbryta lawsuit or Zinbryta class action lawsuit investigation. Drug makers Biogen and Abbvie are voluntarily withdrawing Zinbryta (daclizumab) over reports of serious inflammatory brain disorders, including encephalitis and meningoencephalitis. If you or a loved one were injured from Zinbryta side effects, you may be eligible for compensation.
If you purchased a James Bond DVD or Blu-ray boxed set prior to Jan. 31, 2018, and your boxed set is missing “Casino Royale” or “Never Say Never Again,” you could qualify to receive free copies of those films, thanks to a recent class action settlement. A class action lawsuit claimed that Metro-Goldwyn Studios and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment falsely marketed these boxed sets as comprehensive collections of all James Bond films, when the sets really contain only the franchise films. The deadline to file a claim is May 29, 2018.
BMW is facing allegations that its 2009-2013 X5 and 2009-2011 335D diesel vehicles include software that enables the vehicles to release fewer emissions during emissions tests than they do during regular use. This emissions-test-cheating system was reportedly installed in tens of thousands of BMW diesel vehicles. The vehicles allegedly release excessively high levels of nitrogen oxide. If you own or owned a BMW X5 or 335D diesel vehicle, you may have a legal claim.
If you are a current or former owner of structures containing Pella ProLine brand aluminum clad wood casement, awning and/or transom windows manufactured by Pella Corporation between 1991 and 2009, you may be entitled to cash to fix damages caused by the product. The Pella Corporation has agreed to pay nearly $26 million to resolve allegations that the Pella ProLine brand aluminum clad wood casement, awning and/or transom windows made by the company were defective and leaked. The deadline to file a claim is June 20, 2018.
If you purchased a Herff Jones class ring, graduation ring, or championship ring, you may qualify to file a false advertising lawsuit or class action lawsuit. Herff Jones customers are complaining about the quality of their gold class rings, claiming that they fall far below the karat claims the company makes about the rings on their website and other marketing materials. While Herff Jones sells class rings that are 10K, 14K, and 18K, they may be misrepresenting the quality of the gold in its class rings.
If Venture Data placed a call to your cell phone on June 11, Aug. 19, or Sept. 9, 2014 using the Pro-T-S or CFMC dialer as part of a Public Opinion Strategies survey, you may be entitled to payment of around $160 per claim. Venture Data LLC and Public Opinion Strategies LLC have agreed to pay $2.1 million to settle a class action lawsuit alleging Venture Data made calls on behalf of Public Opinion that were in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The deadline to file a claim is June 11, 2018.
If you participated in a 0% interest promotion on a store-branded credit card and got charged an interest fee, you may be eligible to join this class action lawsuit investigation into allegedly deceptive store credit card fees or interest charges. Store branded credit cards offered by retailers are a fairly common practice. Customers are starting to learn that these cards are better for the retailers than for consumers. For example, the “0% interest” promotions can actually result in huge interest charges.
If you were a member of the Marriott Vacation Club Destinations Exchange Program between Jan. 1, 2010 and Feb. 23, 2018 and booked a cruise through International Cruise & Excursion Gallery Inc., you may be entitled to cash, exchange program PlusPoints, or a gift card from a class action settlement. The two companies have agreed to settle a lawsuit alleging they hid the true cost of cruises in exchange for points allocated to them through their purchase of timeshare memberships. The deadline to file a claim is June 20, 2018.