Shampoo, Mini Cooper and junk fax settlements could mean money for you!

Posted at 3:19 PM, Oct 12, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-13 01:59:09-04
Class Action lawsuit settlements involving cars, shampoos and junk faxes could mean money for you.
Tresemme Natural Shampoo and Conditioners reached a settlement over allegations they contained synthetic ingredients. 
You can get back $5 per product purchased. Proof is only required if there are more than 10 products claimed.
Deadline to file is Oct. 24.
Tresemme's makers are claiming no wrongdoing.
Click here for more on this settlement.
If you own a BMW Mini Cooper and replaced a water pump, you could get money back.
The automaker settled a lawsuit over allegations that a defective water pump caused engines to overheat and stall.
Scott Hardy with says you could get back $500 for repairs made, or the part could be replaced at no charge during a certain warranty period.
The deadline to file is Oct. 21.
The business claims no wrongdoing.
Click here for more on this settlement.
And if you received a fax from Expert-Med, it could be your lucky day.
The fax showed costs for medical equipment.
The company settled allegations that it sent the faxes without prior permission and with no opt-out option.
You could get up to $500 back — but the fax may be hard to find.
They went out between April 30, 2009 and April 30, 2013.
This deadline to file a claim is Oct. 25.
The business claims no wrongdoing.
Click herefor more on this settlement.
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