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Latest settlements: "Exploding" washers and not so "natural" detergent?

Lawsuit settlements mean money for you
Posted: 5:47 PM, Aug 05, 2019
Updated: 2019-08-05 20:47:59-04
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PHOENIX — Exploding washing machines? That's the lawsuit allegation involving 30 models of Samsung top-loading washing machines.

Allegations are the machines contain a defect causing lids to detach. The settlement means up to a full refund or money toward repairs depending on the issue.

The deadline to file a claim is August 6, 2019.

The settlement follows a recall involving the washing machines. The company claims no wrongdoing.

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Another settlement involves Purex Natural Elements Laundry detergent. Allegations are the product can't be called natural because it has synthetic ingredients.

But the makers have stood by the name since the main ingredient is water. The settlement means $2 to $4 back per purchase.

The deadline to file a claim is August 10, 2019. The company claims no wrongdoing.

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If you bought Health-Ade Kombucha varieties sold at Whole Foods, you might get some money from another class action lawsuit settlement.

The suit alleges more than a dozen flavors contain more than .5 percent alcohol by volume. The settlement means up to $80 back if you bought between March 6, 2014 and May 24, 2019.

The deadline to file a claim is August 27, 2019. The company claims no wrongdoing.

Click here for more on this settlement.