Three recent lawsuit settlements involving a bank app, a weed killer and a brain power supplement, could put money in your pocket.
Chime calls itself a "financial technology company."
But most people know it as a low or no-fee online bank with no branches.
So, when Chime had an outage in 2019, some customers had financial issues.
"You had people who were unable to get access to their money, unable to pay rent, unable to pay their bills," says Scott Hardy with topclassactions.com.
Hardy says a class-action lawsuit alleges financial hardship.
If that was you, between October 16 and 19 of 2019, a settlement means up to $750 if you have proof you suffered a loss.
The deadline to file a claim is February 15, 2021.
The manufacturer claims no wrongdoing in reaching this settlement.
Another settlement involves Roundup weed killer.
A lawsuit alleged false advertising about an enzyme and that consumers were economically damaged because of it.
If you bought one of four Weed and Grass Killer products between February 2015 and now, you could qualify for up to $53 per container if you have proof of purchase.
The deadline to file a claim is February 16, 2021.
The company claims no wrongdoing in reaching this settlement.
Ginkgo Biloba is a popular supplement that is supposed to help with brain function and blood circulation.
But a class-action suit involving Ginkhold Ginkgo Biloba disputes those claims.
"There's not necessarily science that supports it. Studies aren't well vetted. Studies aren't backed by additional information to make these claims," says Hardy about the lawsuit allegations.
The product is made by Nature's Way.
A settlement means you could get between $18 and $33 if you bought one of six products between January 2016 and October 1, 2020.
The deadline to file a claim is February 24, 2021.