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Next-Gen Fake Sweepstakes Settlement

Settlement Structure: Claims Made

Active: Open

Case Summary:

Next-Gen, Inc. and related companies are being hit with a judgment for nearly $115 million, which will be suspended when the companies turn over $30 million in cash and assets. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the State of Missouri sued the companies for promoting fake sweepstakes and “games of skill” that promised cash prizes, but required participants to pay money to get their supposed prizes. The scam appears to have targeted seniors, the FTC claims, and Next-Gen will be permanently banned from the prize promotion business as part of the settlement.

Docket Number:

4:18-CV-0128

Company: Next-Gen, Inc.

Filing Deadline: October 17, 2022

Proof of Purchase:

You do not need to provide proof.

Eligibility:

You may be eligible if you are a person in the US or Canada and you paid money to Next-Gen.

Typical Settlement Amount:

Payment of partial refund. Amount depends on how much the FTC is able to collect from the companies and how many people lost money. Amounts are normally distributed on pro-rata basis, with each participant getting an equal share of their total loss.

Total Settlement Amount: $30 million

Class Representative Proposed Incentive Fee:

Law Firm:
Federal Trade Commission

Claim Form: Next-Gen Fake Sweepstakes Settlement Claim Form

Case Name: Federal Trade Commission, et ano., Next-Gen, Inc., et al.

Settlement Website: Next-Gen Fake Sweepstakes Settlement Website

Claims Administrator:
Federal Trade Commission

Claims Administrator Contact Information:

Settlement Administrator
admin@NextGenRefund.com
833-721-2728
+1-612-509-2644

Tags: Contest Sweepstakes Prize etc., Making False Representations