Canadians who have purchased Canadian-made couches, chairs, mattresses, carpet underlay and any other qualifying polyurethane foam product are eligible to receive a minimum payout of $20 after a $38 million class action has been settled. The Plaintiffs alleged that the Defendant Manufacturers agreed to fix the price at which they sold Flexible Polyurethane Foam resulting in inflated prices for Canadian consumers and entities who bought Flexible Polyurethane Foam or Foam Products.
All you need to is go to this website https://kccsecure.com/foamforcash/Claimant and file a claim.
You can find official information at the following site: http://www.foamforcash.com
The purchase of the product must be between Jan. 1, 1999, and Jan. 10, 2012. You can file a claim with EITHER a picture of the receipt OR a picture of the picture of the product label! (see below for examples)
So, if you are stuck at home in the rain and cold like I am, you can check out your furniture and see if you have a product that qualifies! I had an office chair and a couch that were both made in Canada during that time period.
The last day to submit a claim is February 6th, 2018. The FAQ page indicates that it will take a while (8-12 months) for you to receive the money, but I’ve never been one to turn down free money (even if it takes a while)!