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Money back if you bought supplements, drive a Subaru, shopped at Home Depot

Posted at 6:03 PM, Aug 24, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-24 22:37:40-04
You may not know the maker, Rexall. But you should know all the brand names its Glucosamine supplement is sold under. They include Target, CVS, Walgreens, Kroger, Kirkland and Safeway.
 
A class action lawsuit alleges there were false statements made about potential health benefits. A settlement means $8 back per bottle, up to $104 back. The deadline to file is September 28th.
 
The manufacturer claims no wrongdoing. See if you qualify for this settlement.
 
Is your Subaru using more oil than it should? 
 
A class action suit alleges certain year models of Forester, Impreza, Outback and others had a defect that caused excess oil consumption. The settlement means extending warranties by three years or getting compensation for repairs.
 
The deadline to file is October 1. See if you qualify for this settlement. Subaru admitted no wrongdoing.
 
Finally, if you shopped at Home Depot and used a card at self-checkout, your personal information may have been breached.
 
A class action settlement means 18 months of free credit monitoring. And you could get up to $10,000 if you have a documented losses related to the data breach.
 
The deadline to file is October 29. Home Depot admitted no wrongdoing. See if you qualify for this settlement.
 
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