Macy's Cotton Sheets Class Action Settlement - How to Get Paid
Photo Credit: Pixabay | Published: July 20, 2023
Settlement Status: Accepting Claims
Claim Form Deadline: 180 Days After Effective Date
Payout: $2.50 (Without Proof) - $7.50
Proof required: No
What's the Macy's Class Action Settlement About?
A $10,500,000 class action settlement has been agreed with Macy's stores over certain cotton sheets that were sold with an allegedly inaccurate thread count. The original class action lawsuit alleged that the packaging on these "CVC" cotton sheets sold by Macy's were falsely labeled and advertised as having a higher thread count listed than what it actually was. While Macy's denies any and all liability stemming from the allegations in the thread count class action lawsuit, they have agreed to a $10.5 Million settlement. The Court has not determined that Macy's participated in any wrongdoing.
How Do I Know If I Qualify?
You may be included in the Macy's CVC (Cotton) Sheets Settlement if you purchased cotton sheets from a Macy's store in the United States. The cotton sheets (CVC sheets) must have been supplied by AQ Textiles. In order to qualify for a payment, the date of purchase must have been at any time between the following dates: November 8, 2013 to March 24, 2023.
How Much Can I Get Paid?
The Macy's Cotton Sheets class action lawsuit will make cash payments of $2.50, a maximum of one claim per household, for those that qualify for the settlement and do not have proof of purchase. The claim form must be submitted on time and be valid for eligibility. Here is a breakdown of categories by payment and qualifications for those who submit valid and timely claim forms, and are therefore eligible:
• Those who provide proof of purchase in the form of a receipt, or verified from the records of Macy's stores or AQ Textiles can receive $7.50 per product unit of CVC sheets.
• Class action members who do not have proof of purchase, can receive $2.50 capped per household, sworn under penalty of perjury that they made purchases of qualified products.
Once the legal costs of lawyers, incentives, courts, and administrative fees have been made, the Macy's class actions settlement fund will be paid out on a pro-rata basis, proportionally to the number of valid claims.
Do I Need Proof to File a Claim?
No proof of purchase is required to file a claim in the Macy's CVC (Chief Value Cotton) class action settlement. However, those who do provide proof of purchase stand to receive $7.50 per claimed unit purchased if they do have receipts, or if the defendant can verify the purchase/s made.
How Do I File a Claim and Get Paid?
To file a claim and receive payment, follow the link below and file a claim by the deadline of 180 days after the "Effective Date". Those that qualify for this $10,500,000 Macy's class action can stand to receive a cut of the allotted settlement fund, after lawyer's expenses, court and administrative fees. Class actions vary in the amount of time it takes to payout. The effective date may be determined at a later point in the future, and is often after final approval is granted. Stay tuned for an "Effective Date" by following this page, or subscribing to the OpenClassActions.com newsletter.
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If and once the Court grants final approval to the Macy's class action lawsuit, payments will be made after any appeals are submitted and resolved. It is never known ahead of time whether a class action will receive any appeals. Due to this it may take time for class actions to pay out to valid class action members.
The Court has scheduled its final approval hearing for October 30, 2023.
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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