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|HP/Compaq Computer Class Action Lawsuit Settlement|
- Sunday, 25 May 2008 09:42
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Company: HP and Compaq Computer
Website Link to access the Class Action Lawsuit Settlement and get YOUR Stake: Settlement Administrator Website
Address to submit paper claim:Barrett/Grider v. HP/Compaq Settlement Administrator
Novato, CA 94948-6103
Phone Number for Assistance: 888-271-6735
Details: Anyone who purchased an HP or Compaq computer on or after October 31st, 1995 may be eligible to participate in this claim. To see if you purchased an eligible model, go to the Covered Models page. If you purchased an applicable model, you must fill out the Claim Form, print it out and mail it, along with proof of purchase (if applicable) to the address above. In this case proof of purchase includes a receipt, invoice, credit card statement OR a photo of your computer model and serial number. If you registered your computer with HP or Compaq after purchasing it and you received a notification of this settlement in email or snail mail then NO PROOF OF PURCHASE IS REQUIRED. In all other cases you'll need to submit proof of purchase. If you don't submit proof of purchase showing how much you paid for the computer (if you only submit the photo,) the Settlement Administrator will figure out your purchase price based on HP/Compaq's records for how much they charged for that particular model new, fully loaded with memory, hard drive and monitor. What do you get?
Original Purchase price of $1,200+: Coupon for $175 off the purchase of a NEW PC and Monitor or laptop Package of $1,200 or more @ hp.com and one free year of phone tech support.
Original Purchase price of $501 - $1,199: Coupon for $100 off the purchase of a NEW PC and Monitor or laptop Package of $501 or more @ hp.com and one free year of phone tech support.
Original Purchase price of $500 or less: Coupon for $50 off the purchase of a NEW PC and Monitor or laptop Package of $500 or less (no minimum is appears) @ hp.com and one free year of phone tech support.
Purchased From: On or after October 31st, 1995
Claims Accepted Until (YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR CLAIM BY THIS DATE!): Postmarked by July, 31st, 2008
Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Amount(s): Value of $508,000,000 if ALL eligible parties submit claims plus $48,250,000 in attorney fees.
TCA Staff Tidbit: This is a pretty interesting lawsuit. If you are eligible to participate I would highly recommend submitting your claim. Reading through the settlement I found that you have two years to use your coupon AND it can stack with any online coupons or rebates, meaning you could get a pretty slamming deal if you found a system for $1,200, stacked a 20% off coupon on it and then use your $175 off coupon for example getting you a nice computer for $785. If you're on the other end of the purchase spectrum, you find a machine for $500, stack 20% off, then use your coupon for $50 off and you end up with a system for $350. Not bad at all. Make sure to register @ HP.com for the latest deals so you receive those coupons in the mail. Since you have two years you have plenty of time to wait for a great deal to come along. I've seen coupons go as high as 40% off, so stay vigilant and you'll end up doing quite well in the end.
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