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Nationstar Mortgage and Zicam: lawsuit settlements mean cash!

Posted: 6:32 PM, Oct 03, 2018
Updated: 2018-10-04 01:08:08Z

If you were late with a mortgage payment or bought a popular over-the-counter cold medicine, you may be able to get some money back.

Nationstar Mortgage and the makers of Zicam settled lawsuits for millions.

A lawsuit alleged Nationstar, now called Mr. Cooper, charged a convenience fee along with a late fee when customers paid late.

The suit alleges the convenience fee is against the law.

The settlement means up to $15.57 back each time you were charged between November 2014 and May 2018.

The company claims no wrongdoing.

You must file a claim by 10/3/2018.

Click here for details.

Zicam used to be sold prescription only.

A lawsuit claims the over-the-counter version is diluted and doesn't offer as much medication.

The $16 million settlement means if you bought many of the Zicam sprays, lozenges or chews between February 2011 and June 2018, you could get up to $11.53 back up to 5 items purchased.

The company claimed no wrongdoing.

You must file a claim by 10/3/2018.

Click here for details.