$39 Million LensCrafters AccuFit Class Action Settlement

$39 Million LensCrafters AccuFit Class Action Settlement

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Cristi Ursea | Updated: May 8, 2024

Claim Form Deadline: Pending

Payout: Up To $50

Proof required: No

What is the LensCrafters AccuFit Class Action?

A $39 Million Class Action Lawsuit has been settled with LensCrafters. If you qualify for a payout you may be owed $50.00 for each pair of prescription eyeglasses fitted using LensCrafter's AccuFit technology. AccuFit is technology used to digitally fit prescription eyeglasses for optimal lens and frame placement.

The prescription eyeglasses Class Action Settlement was agreed upon after the lawsuit alleged that certain claims made by LensCrafters about its "AccuFit" measurement technology were false. Specifically, the Class Action Lawsuit alleged that representations about AccuFit being more precise, down to a "tenth of a millimeter" were false, saying LensCrafters did not have a manufacturing process actively capable of producing eyeglasses with such a precise specification.

While LensCrafters and its parent company, Luxottica, which operates about 1,100 LensCrafters locations worldwide, has denied the allegations of false statements, they have agreed to the $39,000,000 Settlement. The Class Action Lawsuit alleged that consumers who paid for LensCrafters prescription glasses would have paid less if the claims about precision with AccuFit were not made. According to the Class Action Lawsuit, LensCrafters violated the following laws:

• California Consumers Legal Remedies Act
• Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act
• New York General Business Law
• Florida State Law

How Do I Qualify for a Payout?

To qualify for a payout from the LensCrafter Luxottica AccuFit Class Action Settlement you must have purchased a prescription eyeglasses from LensCrafters, after using their AccuFit technology to fit your glasses, anywhere in the United States.

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How Much Can I Get?

Each Class Member that elects to receive a Class Payment will receive an equal distribution of the settlement, up to $50.00 per set of prescription eyeglasses that qualify under the geographical and date of purchase requirements above. The amount allocated for the Class Payment will be determined by the overall number of Class Members. The method of payment is anticipated to be in the form of ACH bank transfer or mailed check, although prepaid cards or other digital payment systems may also be used.

How Do I file A claim?

To qualify for a payment from AccuFit Class Action you must submit a claim form online or by printing out a claim form document and mailing it in to the class action administrator. You can find links to the claim forms, both for online claims and mailed claim forms.

When Is The Deadline To File A Claim?

You have two options to submit your Claim Form:

Online: Submit your Claim Form online within 30 days after the Final Approval Order is entered.

By mail: Mail your completed paper Claim Form so that it is postmarked within 30 days after the Final Approval Order is entered.

You must submit your Claim Form within 30 days of the Final Approval Order being entered. You can choose to submit your claim either online or by mail. If submitting by mail, the Claim Form must be postmarked by the 30-day deadline. The exact date of the Final Approval Order is not specified, but you have 30 days from when it is entered to submit your claim using one of the two methods provided.

When Is The Final Approval Order?

The Final Approval hearing was held on February 26, 2024, but the Court has not yet entered a Final Approval Order. Once the Final Approval Order is entered by the Court, class members have 30 days to submit their Claim Form either online or by mail.

The timing for when the Final Approval Order is entered can vary, but is typically within 30-90 days after the final approval hearing, depending on the jurisdiction.

Until the appeal period expires after the Final Approval Order is entered, the claims administrator or others may not be able to provide a definitive timeline for when class members will receive their settlement payments.

The Final Approval Order has not been entered yet, but once it is, class members will have 30 days to submit their claims. The exact timing for when the Final Approval Order will be entered is unclear from the information provided, but it is typically within roughly 90 days after the final approval hearing, and can vary on a case-by-case basis.

Do I Need Proof of Purchase to File a Claim?

No proof of purchase is required to file a claim. However, if you do not have a notice ID or documentation that includes your glasses, date of purchase, or LensCrafters location, you can file a paper copy and mail it in to the LensCrafters Class Action administrator's address directly (see mailing address below). Please note that by filing a claim without proof of purchase you will be required to certify the claim under penalty of perjury in order to confirm that your claim submission is accurate and complete:

AccuFit Class Action Settlement
c/o Kroll Settlement Administration LLC
P.O. Box 5324
New York, NY 10150-5324

Claim Form Website: AccuFitClassAction.com

Submit Claim - If You Received Notice ID

Submit Claim - To File Without Proof

Filing Class Action Settlement Claims

Please note that your claim form will be rejected if you submit a settlement claim for payout with any fraudulent information. By providing this information and your sworn statement of its veracity, you agree to do so under the penalty of perjury. You would also be harming others that actually qualify for the class action settlement. If you are not sure whether or not you qualify for this class action settlement, visit the class action administrator's website below. OpenClassActions.com is only providing information and is not a class action administrator or a law firm. OpenClassActions is a participant in the Amazon affiliate advertising program and this post may contain affiliate links, which means we may earn a commission or fees if you make a purchase via those links.
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