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Jul 15, 2002
ACT Total Care Class Action Settlement Checks in the Mail!

Payments for the ACT Total Care Mouthwash class action settlement went out on Monday, according to an update on the Settlement Administrator’s website. Consumers who submitted a valid Claim Form by the July 6 deadline are encouraged to watch their mailboxes for a check, which may be mistaken as junk mail.

UPDATE 2: The Court approved the Act Total Care Mouthwash class action settlement on July 10, 2013. Payments were mailed to Authorized Claimants beginning September 9, 2013.

People are reporting $34-56 checks. reports are coming from Maryland, Arkansas, New Jersey
Feb 14, 2006
God dammit I need to stop getting wasted and filling these out. Barbaras bakery is the only one I know I signed up for. I want that bitches bread.

Is there a place on these settlements that tell you if you signed up already?
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Feb 2, 2006
Montanez v. Gerber Childrenswear, LLC

Korean Ramen Noodle Makers Hit with Price-Fixing Class Action Lawsuit

According to a class action lawsuit filed in California on September 5, four South Korean companies have conspired to raise the prices on their ramen noodle products, forcing U.S. customers to pay artificially higher prices for the products.

Massachusetts resident Stephen Fenerjian filed the antitrust class action lawsuit, alleging that the four companies and their U.S. subsidiaries have agreed to raise prices at least six times since 2001, with an average price increase of nearly 54 percent. He claims that the ramen noodle makers shared pricing information and conspired to raise the prices on their products simultaneously

the form to file a claim should be online in a few days

Feb 2, 2006

Alexia Potato Products Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Details on how to file a claim for the Alexia potato products settlement are now available. If you purchased certain Alexia frozen potato products between December 6, 2007 and July 10, 2013, you can claim up to $35 cash or up to $75 in food product vouchers from the class action lawsuit settlement.

A federal judge preliminarily approved the Alexia class action settlement in July, resolving allegations that Alexia Food Inc. falsely labeled its potato products as “natural” when they contained an artificial chemical called disodium dihydrogen pyrophosphate to prevent discoloration.

Alexia denies any wrongdoing but has agreed to establish a $3.2 million class action lawsuit settlement fund to resolve the litigation. Parent company ConAgra Inc. has also agreed to use citric acid or other naturally-sourced compounds in Alexia potatoes to prevent them from turning brown.

Class Members of the Alexia settlement include anyone who purchased the following Alexia frozen potato products in the United States during the Class Period:

  • Sauté Reds
  • Mashed Potatoes Yukon Gold Potatoes & Sea Salt
  • Mashed Potatoes Red Potatoes with Garlic & Parmesan
  • Waffle Fries
  • Harvest Sauté
  • Italian Sauté
  • Sauté Sweets
  • Potato Bites

Class Members who submit a valid Claim Form by the deadline of November 27, 2013 will be able to choose one of the following class action settlement benefits:

  • A cash payment of $3.50 for each product purchased (up to 10 products), for a total of $35.
  • Two $3.75 Alexia product food vouchers for every one Alexia product purchased (up to 10 products), for a total of up to $75.00 in vouchers.
  • You may also choose a combination of cash and vouchers for up to a total of 10 products purchased. For example, you may file a claim for five cash payments and five voucher awards.

A Final Fairness Hearing is scheduled for December 11, 2013. Claims will not be paid unless the settlement is approved and all appeals, if any, are resolved.

Claim Forms and more information on your rights in the Alexia Frozen Potato Products Class Action Lawsuit Settlement can be found at

i aint sure if this one was posted already