P&G Settlement, Claim $10.50 with No Receipts!
If you purchased certain P&G products in the timeframe indicated, then you may be entitled to part of the P&G Aerosol Products lawsuit. Because, the lawsuits contend that these products were inappropriately marketed because it was not disclosed that the P&G Aerosol Products allegedly contained benzene. The settlement is known as Procter & Gamble Aerosol Products Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, No. 2:22-md-03025.
How do I file a claim?
Head on over to the website, where you can learn more and file a claim. You can file online with or without a unique ID, and you can also file by mail.
What’s this settlement about?
The lawsuits in the MDL concern the marketing and sale of certain aerosol antiperspirant, deodorant, body spray, dry shampoo, and dry conditioner products, including but not limited to aerosol antiperspirant, deodorant, body spray, dry shampoo, and dry conditioner products from the following brands: Secret, Old Spice, Pantene, Waterl<ss, Aussie, Herbal Essences, and Hair Food (“P&G Aerosol Products”), which are marketed by P&G. The lawsuits allege that these products were inappropriately marketed because it was not disclosed that some of the P&G Aerosol Products reportedly contained benzene.
What Products are Included? Where were they sold?
“P&G Aerosol Products” means all aerosol antiperspirant, deodorant, body spray, dry shampoo, and dry conditioner products listed in the complaints filed in one of fifteen class actions filed against P&G by the Settlement Class Representatives or in any case included in the MDL, including but not limited to aerosol antiperspirant, deodorant, body spray, dry shampoo, and dry conditioner products from the following brands: Secret, Old Spice, Pantene, Waterl<ss, Aussie, Herbal Essences, and Hair Food.
Who is eligible for a refund?
All persons residing in the United States who purchased P&G Aerosol Products during the period beginning November 4, 2015, and ending December 31, 2021. Excluded from the Settlement Class are officers and directors of P&G and its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, and any entity in which P&G has a controlling interest; any person who never used a P&G Aerosol Product but instead only purchased a P&G Aerosol Product exclusively for the purpose of reselling the P&G Aerosol Product to a consumer; all judges assigned to hear any aspect of the Actions, as well as their staff and immediate family; and Settlement Class Counsel, their staff members, and their immediate family.
Is a receipt required?
Proof of purchase is not required. However, if you have receipts, you may be able to claim more.
How much will I get back?
You can claim either a money payment or a voucher (coupon) redeemable for free product.
If you opt for payment, you can claim up to $3.50 per product purchased during the timeframe indicated, for a maximum $10.50.
If you opt for vouchers, you can claim up to three per household.
If you received vouchers through P&G’s recall program, your settlement will be reduced accordingly.
If you or any member of your Household has already received three (3) vouchers under P&G’s Recall Programs, but you purchased additional P&G Aerosol Products between November 4, 2015 and December 31, 2021 for which you have not already received a voucher(s) under the Recall Programs, you may instead make a claim under the Settlement for a maximum of either one monetary payment of up to three dollars and fifty cents ($3.50) or one voucher for the same P&G Aerosol Product you purchased.
What’s the deadline to file a claim?
January 26, 2023
What is a class action lawsuit settlement?
For example, a class action lawsuit is one with multiple plaintiffs. In other words, there are more than one person being represented by the lawsuit. In other words, a plaintiff or plaintiffs file the case on behalf of many people who were affected by aren’t involved in the actual suit. For example, if you purchased an item that was later determined to be involved in a class action lawsuit, you may be entitled to compensation. If you’re included in the class or group of people affected, then you can file a claim to receive money, coupons or replacement products. But, each case is different, and each will specify who is included. In addition, class action lawsuits may require proof that you are part of the group of affected people. In this case, proof of purchase or other specified proof is needed. However, in some cases, no proof is required. In that case, you can file a claim without proving that you are part of the class of people affected. Of course, when you file a claim you are doing so under penalty of perjury. So, do not file if you do not qualify.
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