Claim $20 CRT TV or Monitor Class Action Lawsuit
I know I have done a few posts this week already, but I had to tell you about this deal. Do you remember those old school TVs and computer monitors that were so big and heavy that you can’t even give them away now? You may have even purchased on at Costco. It is now worth $20!
If you have purchased a Cathode Ray Tube TV or monitor (any brand) between March 1, 1995 and November 25, 2007. It is anticipated that all claims will receive a minimum payment of $20. A receipt is not required to claim up to two purchases – so keep those shoeboxes in the crawl space! If you have receipts for more purchases, you can claim them – but you may be subject to a random verification audit. I have dug up some old receipts for a previous Class Action – and I only got a couple dollars more. I would say that it isn’t worth it unless you have the receipts REALLY easily accessible.
This settlement is open to ALL Canadian residents.
The class action, which was commenced in 2008, alleges price-fixing in the market for cathode ray tubes (CRT), an older technology that was used in televisions and computer monitors.
To sign up for this class action, you just need to fill out an online form a the following website: http://www.crtclassactioncanada.com/
I know this is not a Costco-specific deal, but Costco did sell CRT TVs and monitors in the past. I took a trip down memory lane looking for pictures of CRT monitors to show you guys some examples. I found a picture of the first CRT I ever had and ended with the Sony Wega. I’m just glad I don’t have to carry those monstrosities up a staircase any more!