DevaCurl, Nutribullet, other class action settlement checks in the mail
Checks have been mailed for a number of settlements to resolve telemarketing claims, false advertising allegations and more.
National Grid TCPA Class Action Reimbursements
The paychecks are in the mail from a settlement of $38.5 million with National Grid resolving allegations that the company contacted customers with pre-recorded calls.
The settlement benefits consumers who received a pre-recorded call or a call with an artificial voice from National Grid and its operating entities between March 9, 2011 and October 29, 2021.
National Grid consumers say the utility company contacted them with unsolicited robocalls about bills, disconnect notices and other issues. According to the class action, National Grid did not obtain their consent before making these robocalls. As a result, the utility company allegedly violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
National Grid has agreed to pay $38.5 million to resolve these claims. Under the terms of the settlement, class members could receive an equal share of the net settlement fund. Our readers report receiving checks worth $50.90.
In order to receive a settlement payment, class members had to submit a valid claim form by May 12, 2022.
The National Grid TCPA Class Action is Jenkins, et al. vs. National Grid USA Service Co. Inc., et al., Case No. 15-cv-1219, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
DevaCurl false advertising class action settlement payment
Top Class Actions readers report receiving checks from $5.2 million class action settlement with DevaCurl resolving claims, curl care products can cause hair loss.
The settlement benefits people who purchased various DevaCurl products between February 8, 2008 and August 29, 2021.
According to the DevaCurl class action lawsuit, the brand’s hair care products caused scalp irritation and hair loss. The plaintiffs in the case say they were not warned that this could happen as a result of using DevaCurl products. Consumers would not have bought the products if they had known the truth.
DevaCurl has agreed to pay $5.2 million to resolve these claims. Class members could receive a one-time class action settlement payment of up to $20, higher payments of up to $18,000 for injuries or up to $1,000 for provable expenses. Our readers have reported payouts ranging from $15.91 to $384.15.
In order to receive settlement payments, class members had to submit a valid claim form by November 21, 2021.
The DevaCurl Class Action is In re: Deva Concepts Product Liability LitigationMaster File No. 1:20-cv-1234, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Nutribullet Overheats Class Action Settlement Payouts
The checks are in the mail from a $10 million Nutribullet settlement resolve claims that smoothie blenders can overheat.
The settlement benefits consumers who purchased 600 or 900 watt Nutribullet blenders between June 1, 2017 and March 15, 2022.
The plaintiffs in the class action claim that the Nutribullet blenders are faulty and prone to overheating. Nutribullet was reportedly aware of the issue, but refused to warn customers that they should limit operation to less than a minute and not blend hot or warm ingredients in order to prevent the blenders from overheating. Consumers say they wouldn’t have paid so much for blenders had they been aware of the limitations.
Nutribullet LLC has agreed to pay $10 million to resolve these allegations. Under the terms of the settlement, class members could receive a cash payment of up to $7 or a discount code of up to $15 off the purchase of a new blender.
In order to receive settlement benefits, Class Members had to submit a valid Claim Form by June 13, 2022.
The Nutribullet Overheating Class Action is Meister v. Nutribullet LLCCase No. 22-LA-0024 in the Circuit Court of the 20th Judicial Circuit, Court of St. Clair, State of Illinois.
Kitec Plumbing Settlement Checks
Consumers can start receiving checks from a $125 million IPEX class action settlement resolve claims that Kitec plumbing systems are faulty and may be causing leaks.
The settlement benefits US and Canadian consumers who owned or rented a home or building that contained a Kitec plumbing system.
According to the Kitec class action, the plumbing systems are faulty and can fail prematurely. When systems fail, homes can be damaged by leaks. The consumers sought to hold IPEX responsible for these damages.
IPEX has agreed to pay $125 million to resolve these allegations. Under the terms of the settlement, class members could receive reimbursement for damages and the cost of repairs resulting from the Kitec systems. A reader received over $1,000 from the settlement.
The deadline for receiving benefits from this settlement was January 20, 2020.
The Kitec Class Action is In re: Kitec Plumbing System Products Liability Litigationcase no. 09-md-2098, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
Huda Beauty Neon Obsession Class Action Reimbursements
The best readers of Class Actions receive checks from a Huda Beauty class action settlement resolve claims that Neon Obsessions palettes cannot be used as intended.
The settlement benefits consumers who purchased any color of Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions Pressed Pigment Palettes in the United States before August 15, 2021.
Plaintiffs in the class action claim that, despite being marketed as eyeshadow palettes, Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions palettes cannot be used around the eyes. On the back of the palettes, consumers would be advised against using the product around the eyes. Some complainers claim they failed to read this fine print and suffered eye irritation after using the palettes around their eyes.
Huda Beauty has agreed to a class action settlement to resolve these allegations. The settlement provided for refunds of up to $29 per product for up to three products, for a maximum payout of $87. Readers say they received checks and payments of $30 from this settlement.
In order to receive settlement payments, class members had to submit a valid claim form by January 12, 2022.
The Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions in Class Action is Ramírez et al. against HB USA Holdings Inc.Case No. 5:20-CV-01016 JG-SHKX, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Illinois CRT settlement checks
The checks are in the mail from $36 million class action settlement settlement of claims Cathode ray tube (CRT) televisions were subject to an antitrust regime.
The settlement benefits Illinois customers who purchased a television or CRT monitor between March 1, 1995 and November 25, 2007.
CRT manufacturers allegedly conspired to raise and fix the price of these components. As a result of this scheme, end buyers of televisions and monitors would have been overcharged for the products.
CRT manufacturers such as LG, Philips, Samsung and Hitachi agreed to $36 million in settlements to resolve these claims.
Under the terms of the settlement, class members were to receive a class action settlement payment of approximately $20 per television and $60 per monitor purchased during the class action period. Readers are reporting payouts over $200 from the settlement.
In order to receive settlement benefits, Class Members had to submit a valid Claim Form by July 12, 2018.
The CRT Price Fixing Class Action is Illinois v. Hitachi Ltd., et al.Case No. 12CH35266, in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.
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