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Palmer’s Stretch Mark Products Settlement

Settlement Structure: Claims Made

Active: Open

Case Summary:

E.T. Browne Drug Co., Inc. is pay $3 million to resolve a class action against its Palmer’s products for stretch marks. The complaint alleges that the claims that the products are “for stretch marks” and “help reduce the appearance of stretch marks” are false and misleading.

Docket Number:

2022LA000151

Company: E.T. Browne Drug Co. Inc.

Filing Deadline: June 13, 2022

Class Period: December 31, 2016 to March 15, 2022

Objection Deadline: June 13, 2022

Exclusion Deadline: June 13, 2022

Final Approval Hearing: June 23, 2022

Proof of Purchase:

You do not have to have proof, but you may be able to make a larger claim if you do.

Eligibility:

You may be eligible if you are a person who, between December 31, 2016 and March 15, 2022, bought in the US, for personal use and not for resale, any of the following Palmer’s products that was labeled with the words “for stretch marks” or “helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks” on its labels:
- Palmer’s Tummy Butter for Stretch Marks
- Palmer’s Massage Cream for Stretch Marks
- Palmer’s Massage Lotion for Stretch Marks

Typical Settlement Amount:

Tier 1, without proof of purchase: $3 per unit, for up to two units; maximum, $6 per household. Tier 2, with proof of purchase: $3 per unit, for up to five units; maximum $15 per household. Final amounts may be less depending on how many valid claims are received and other factors.

Total Settlement Amount: Up to $3,000,000

Class Representative Proposed Incentive Fee:

$3,000

Law Firm:
Bursor & Fisher

Claim Form: Palmer’s Stretch Mark Products Settlement Claim Form

Case Name: Watson v. E.T. Browne Drug Co., Inc.

Settlement Website: Palmer’s Stretch Mark Products Settlement Website

Claims Administrator:
Kroll Settlement Administration

Claims Administrator Contact Information:

Watson v. E.T. Browne
c/o Kroll Settlement Administration
PO Box 225391
New York, NY 10150-5391
1-833-620-3605

Tags: Deceptive Advertising, Deceptive Labels, Item Does Not Do What It Is Advertised to Do