Expandable hoses are popular because they save a lot of space.
And if you bought one between 2012 and 2015, you may qualify to get money back.
A class action lawsuit involving the Xhose alleged that the company falsely advertised the durability of the hose.
The settlement means up to $90, depending on how you bought the product and what you return.
Makers of the Xhose admit no wrongdoing.
If you're a US Bank mortgage customer, a class action settlement may affect you.
Allegations are the bank received unauthorized benefits by imposing force-placed insurance policies on borrowers who lacked acceptable coverage.
The settlement means up to 12 percent back on the premium paid.
U.S. Bank admits no wrongdoing.
A class action settlement involving Omaha Steaks could mean up to $60 cash back or $80 towards more steaks.
Allegations said the company illegally placed phone calls to cell phones using an auto dial system.
The company admits no wrongdoing.
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