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Checks Go Out in Natura Pet Products Class Action Settlement

By Kimberly Mirando

 

Natura Pet ProductsSettlement checks for the Natura Pet Products class action lawsuit settlement went out this week to thousands of Class Members who submitted valid Claim Forms.

The Natura Pet Products settlement resolves a 2011 class action lawsuit (Ko v. Natura Pet Products Inc.) that accused Natura of making false and misleading statements about the human-grade quality of its pet food. These products included Innova, EVO, California Natural, HealthWise, Mother Nature and Karma dog and cat food.

Innova denied the allegations but agreed to create a $2.15 million class action settlement fund to refund consumers and resolve the litigation.

A federal court approved the Natura Pet Products settlement on September 10, 2012, but payments were held up by an appeal filed by an objector to the settlement.

The appeal was dismissed in April 2013, and checks were mailed to qualifying Class Members on June 14. Settlement checks must be cashed or deposited within 120 days of issue.

Most Class Members are reporting they received checks for $43.90.

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Updated June 18th, 2013

 

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4 Comments

  • Tom June 18, 2013

    Once again claim value much lower than expected. Way to many people are filling claims….everyone who tells someone about claims to filing are lowering to value of claims. I expect in near future most claim checks won’t be worth the gas to go to the bank.

  • Debbie June 24, 2013

    $36 dollar check received in June 2013

  • Harry June 24, 2013

    I received my check for $43.90 last week.

  • bernie July 2, 2013

    over 2 million claims received so they decided to pay eaqual amount to all weather you had receipt or not and one more think if you had more than 1 claim per address they are all null means voided all and on black list. Lawers got their millions and dogs got crushed.

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