Thursday, October 16, 2014

Crabtree & Evelyn Class Action Settlement over Collecting Personal Data

Crabtree & Evelyn California stores will give 20% discount certificate to plaintiffs of Crabtree & Evelyn Class Action Settlement for collecting personal data.

Customers have undeniable trust on many reputed companies and this trust sometimes make customers to pay debt by facing fraud and loss of hard earning money. Crabtree & Evelyn Company has recently come across the class action because of collecting volatile personal information of their customers while they purchase merchandise via credit cards. If you have also asked for personal information from Crabtree & Evelyn, then you will become a part of class action and can get refund in form of discount certificate.

Retail shop of Crabtree & Evelyn

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Nippon Cargo settlement over Price-Fixing

Nippon Cargo Airlines has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over price-fixing charges. Here, you can get information about the Nippon cargo airlines price-fixing class action settlement.

Nippon Cargo Airlines has decided to settle a long-running class action lawsuit over price-fixing charges. A memorandum of understanding has been signed by the company and it will file a formal class action settlement agreement with the court soon. The memorandum did not reveal any information regarding the proposed Nippon cargo airlines price-fixing class action settlement.
Nippon Cargo Airlines

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Bright House Class Action Settlement over violated antitrust law

Class members of Bright House Networks Class Action Settlement can claim on to get benefits from the settlement.

Bright House Networks has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over violation of antitrust law. All the current and former customers of BHN who subscribed for digital cable and paid a monthly rental fee for an accompanying set-top box between February 2005 and August 19, 2014 are eligible for getting benefits from the Bright House Networks class action settlement.

Bright House Networks

Friday, October 10, 2014

HP Inkjet Printer Settlement 2014

HP has agreed to settle the HP Inkjet Printer class action lawsuits by providing coupons worth $2 to $6 to class members. Claim on

A 7-years old dispute comes to an end as a California federal judge has approved HP Inkjet Printer class action settlement. The HP Inkjet Printer Settlement includes three different class action lawsuits alleging similar claims against the Hewlett-Packard Company (HP). All the three lawsuits claimed that HP misled consumers about its inkjet printer ink cartridges and when they needed to be replaced. HP refuses these claims but agreed to settle the lawsuits.
 HP Inkjet Printer

ZaaZoom Electronic check scheme Settlement over allegedly money withdraw

Individual charged for Zaazoom membership program without any consent can get $11 refund in ZaaZoom Electronic check scheme Settlement at

Zaazoom offers online membership programs to offer you all e-commerce related information as well as news that are happening all around the world. Once you become a part of Zaazoom membership program’s part and create remote check on your name, you will be charged with fees. Zaazoom will ask for your bank details to get fees payment online from your account. But, zaazoom has failed to provide secure services to their customers as they have tried to withdraw money from your account without asking for your permission for membership programs. If you also have come across this kind of fraud from zaazoom, then claim your refund into the ZaaZoom Electronic check scheme Settlement.

Zaazoom solutions remote check settlement
Plaintiffs have claimed that zaazoom has tricked their customers to apply for online payday loans and proceeded to use consumer’s personal banking information to make payment for membership for various program without acknowledging them. Marsh has also alleges that Jack Henry & Associates Inc. created RCCs remotely created checks) that are used to draft payments from the member’s personal bank account.

Zaazzom and Jack Henry & Associates have denied of any kind of wrong going, but agreed to settle down the class action to resolve future uncertainty of class action. Any individual can become an eligible class member if you satisfy following conditions:
  • Class member must have RCC on his or her name to participate into the membership program for discount coupon subscriptions offered by any of ZaaZoom Solutions, LLC, Zaza Pay LLC, Discount Web Member Sites LLC, Unlimited Local Savings LLC, Web Discount Club, Web Credit Rpt. Co., MegaOnlineClub LLC, RaiseMoneyForAnything, MultiEcom, LLC, Online Discount Membership, Web Discount Company, Liberty Discount Club, Online Resource Center, LLC, Web Coupon Site, USave Coupon, UClip
  • Plaintiff must not authorize Zaazoom to create or deposite and RCC in your name
  • Class member’s banking account has to be drawn on by way of an RCC and deposited at FNBCT during May 6, 2007 to September 11, 2014.
Every eligible class member who fulfills all the requirements to file claim will get cash refund of $11. For more information and other court documents related to class action, visit official site

Highlights of ZaaZoom Electronic Check Scheme Class Action Settlement:

Official class action settlement:

Address of class administrator:
Marsh v. ZaaZoom-First National Bank
Settlement Administrator
P.O. Box 43304
Providence, RI 02940-3304

Final fairness hearing date: December 17, 2014
Refund amount: $11

Class Counsel:

Defense Counsel: