Hair conditioner to blame for hair loss? You could be eligible for some cash

Posted at 3:27 PM, Mar 02, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-03 13:43:20-05
A popular laminate flooring, a night time baby bath product, and a hair care line that allegedly left some users with less hair..they could all mean money back for you!
Each company settled a class action lawsuit.
First up, Wen hair care products.
Thousands of customers complain that they used the conditioner and started losing hair.
The settlement means if you were damaged by one of more than 20 Wen products, you could get some money back.
The products had to be bought between November, 2007 and September, 2016.
You could get $25 for an injury claim.
Or you could get up to $20,000 if you can prove injury through medical records, video, witness testimony etc.
The deadline to file is April 28th, 2017
The makers of Wen admit no wrongdoing.
Click here for more on this settlement.
Floor and Decor settled a lawsuit alleging some of their Chinese-made laminate didn't meet certain regulations regarding formaldehyde emissions.
The gas is known to cause possible health issues.
If you bought the flooring between 2012 and August, 2015, you could qualify.
The award is $1.50 in cash or $3.00 in credit for each square foot.
The deadline to file a claim is March 7, 2017.
The company admitted no wrongdoing.
Click here for more on this settlement.
And it may be the biggest name in baby powders and lotions.
Johnson and Johnson settled a class action suit over allegations over advertising.
The lawsuit alleges statements like "clinically proven" to help babies sleep better, have not been proven.
So if you bought Johnson's bedtime baby bath, lotion, washcloths and more between July 2010 and August 2016, you could get up to $30 back, $3 per product.
The company admitted no wrongdoing.
The deadline to file a claim is April 28, 2017.
Click herefor more information on this settlement.
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