Award (how much your claim may be worth): You can receive a Settlement Voucher allowing you to redeem expired, unredeemed Groupon Vouchers, or a refund of the purchase price you paid for an unredeemed Groupon Voucher.
Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Case(s):In re: Groupon Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, Case No. 3:11-md-02238-DMS-RBB, U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
The only way to receive a Settlement Voucher or refund from the Groupon class action lawsuit settlement is to submit a valid claim form to
or to the following address by the deadline (which has not yet been set by the court):
c/o Rust Consulting, Inc.
P.O. Box 2727
Faribault, MN 55021-9727
Phone Number to call for assistance: (800) 589-1256
Details: The Groupon settlement will resolve a class action lawsuit, entitled In re: Groupon Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation, that alleges Groupon Vouchers contained expiration dates and other restrictions in violation of federal and state law, such as the requirement that they be used in a single transaction.
Groupon denies any wrongdoing, but agreed to a class action lawsuit settlement to avoid the costs of ongoing litigation.
Class Members of the Groupon class action settlement include anyone who purchased or received a Groupon Voucher between November 1, 2008 and December 1, 2011, and who meet certain other criteria described in the Groupon Settlement Voucher Claim Form available at www.GrouponVoucherSettlement.com.
As a Class Member, you're entitled to a number of benefits from the Groupon Voucher class action settlement, including:
(1) No Groupon Expirations: For the next three years, the purchase value (the price you paid) for Groupon Vouchers that have not been redeemed or refunded yet will never expire.
(2) Settlement Voucher: If you are a Class Member and submit a timely claim form, you may be entitled to receive a Settlement Voucher that will allow you to redeem unredeemed Groupon Vouchers that have not been refunded and that are past their stated expiration dates, for goods and services at the merchant listed in the voucher, up to the purchase price you paid.
(3) Refund: There are two ways Class Members can receive a cash refund from the $8.5 million Groupon class action settlement: (a) If the merchant identified on the unredeemed Groupon Voucher you're making a claim for is no longer in business, you may submit a claim form requesting a refund of the purchase price; or (b) If any merchant refuses to redeem a valid Settlement Voucher, you may submit a claim form to the Claims Administrator to receive a refund check for the purchase price you paid for the Groupon Voucher, plus 20% of the promotional value of the Voucher. All requests for refunds must be submitted within 185 days of issuance of the Settlement Voucher.
To receive any of these benefits from the Groupon voucher settlement, you must submit a claim form, available at www.GrouponVoucherSettlement.com, by the deadline, which has not yet been set by the court.
Purchased or Leased From:November 1, 2008 to December 1, 2011
Claims must be postmarked by: TBD
Settlement Administrator(s): Rust Consulting, Inc.
John J. Stoia, Jr.
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP
Shirli Fabbri Weiss
Christopher M. Young
DLA Piper LLP
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