Bought Milk? Hurry, Claim Your Cash Now with Lawsuit

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Now through January 31, 2017, you can sign up for a claim against the dairy companies if you have ever purchased a diary product in the following states: Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, or Wisconsin. You can view more details from this Bloomberg story.

Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Did you buy dairy products from 2003 to the present in one of these states:

Step 2: If you did, fill out the form to claim your cash. Individuals may receive between $5 to $15, entities may receive between $140-$420.*

Step 3: Wait and enjoy!

Bottom Line

Be sure to sign up for this class action law suit if you have purchased dairy from any of the above mentioned states from 20003 to the present. Be sure to sign-up for this claim but the clock is ticking as you must do so by January 31, 2017.

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Comments

  1. Looks like only residents or former residents are eligible, not vacationers. From FAQ #4:

    “Eligibility is based off of the state in which you were a resident, which may or may not be the state in which you purchased the item.”

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