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Capital One Data Breach Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? Maybe Typical Settlement: Varies This settlement resolves claims against Capital One Financial Corporation, Capital One, NA, Capital One Bank (USA), NA, Amazon.com, Inc., and Amazon Web Services, Inc. about a data breach announced in 2019. The complaint alleged that the companies failed to take adequate measures to protect customer information, resulting in a cyberattack that exposed the information of  Read more

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Sole Fitness Treadmills Horsepower Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? Maybe Typical Settlement: TBD Fitness Equipment Services, LLC which does business as Sole Fitness, is settling a class action alleging that it misrepresented the horsepower of its treadmills. The complaint claimed that this induced consumers to pay more for the treadmills than they otherwise would have.  Read more

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Benefit Recovery Specialists Data Breach Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? Maybe Typical Settlement: Varies Benefit Recovery Specialists, Inc. (BRSI) suffered a data breach or on about April 20-30, 2020 and is now settling the associated class action. The complaint alleged that BRSI bears responsibility for the data breach, which resulted in the disclosure of personal information and protected health information. The complaint alleged that BRSI did not adequately protect  Read more

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Noom Autorenewal Subscription Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Est. $30-$167 Noom, Inc. is paying $56 million in cash and more in subscription credits to settle a class action about its autorenewal and cancellation practices. The complaint alleged that Noom violated common law and state laws by not adequately disclosing the autorenewal offer terms and not providing a simple online way to cancel subscriptions.  Read more

Money and Gavel

Think Finance Loans at High Interest Rates Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Varies Partial settlement of class actions alleging three companies, purportedly owned by Native American Indian tribes, made improper loans or supplied lines of credit in violation of federal and state lending laws. The companies are Great Plains, Plain Green, and MobiLoans. The complaints alleged that several companies, which are together known as Think Finance, provided services  Read more

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Vending Machine Collecting Fingerprints BIPA Illinois Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Est. $300-600 This settlement resolves a class action alleging Compass Group USA, Inc. and 365 Retail Markets, LLC violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). The complaint alleged that the companies collected, captured, or otherwise obtained biometrics, including fingerprints from users of certain vending machine systems in Illinois without meeting the requirements of BIPA. The vending  Read more

Neutrogena Beach Defense Sunscreen Spray

Neutrogena and Aveeno Sunscreens Benzene Content Settlement

Active? Closed Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Up to $21.16 in vouchers Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc. (JJCI) is settling multiple class actions that have been combined in a single multi-district litigation. The complaint alleged that certain lots of Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreens were found to be contaminated with the chemical benzene, and that consumers were not warned of this. Although both aerosol and non-aerosol products are  Read more

HEX Hand Sanitizer “99% Effective” Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: $3-70 per unit Sugarmill Distilling, LLC is settling a class action about its HEX hand sanitizer. The complaint alleged that the company violated consumer protection laws, including by claiming that the hand sanitizer is 99% effective against all germs, when it is not.  Read more

Florida Power & Light Trucks

Florida Power & Light Company Communication Times Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? Yes Typical Settlement: Est. up to $5 To resolve a class action, Florida Power & Light Company is paying out $500,000, the maximum award allowed for statutory damages in a class action. The complaint alleged that the company violated the Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA), which forbids companies from communicating with debtors between the hours of 9 pm and 8 am  Read more

Vehicle Repossessionn

American Credit Acceptance Deficiency Balances California Settlement

Active? Open Proof of Purchase? No Typical Settlement: Forgiveness American Credit Acceptance, LLC (ACA) is settling a class action alleging it violated the Rees-Levering Automobile Sales Finance Act when it issued its written notices to consumers after repossessing their vehicles. The settlement concerns deficiency balances, that is, the amounts still allegedly owed by the consumer after the sale of the collateral automobile.  Read more