Claim-eligible consumers include those who paid more for DRAM or for the many electronic devices that contain DRAM. DRAM is a common form of memory chip found in computers and other high-technology devices. Consumers and businesses can file a claim if their purchases were made between 1998 and 2002.
The settlements, reached in conjunction with a number of class-action lawsuits, benefit individuals and businesses that purchased DRAM or devices containing DRAM in
To receive money from the settlement, eligible consumers need to submit a claim form by
Individuals who purchased DRAM or products containing DRAM are expected to get a minimum
Any consumer who purchased one or more of the following products between 1998 and 2002 is eligible to make a claim:
* Desktop computers,
* Laptop computers,
* Computer servers,
* Computer graphics cards,
* Video game consoles,
* MP3 players,
* DVD players, and
* Digital video recorders.
If you purchased other technology devices also containing DRAM memory, you also may be eligible to make a claim.
Any payments resulting from the settlement cannot be made until the court has granted final approval of the settlements, including the resolution of any appeals. It is anticipated that final approval will occur within the next few years. Also, if too many or few claims are received, the court may order that the settlement funds be provided to public or non-profit organizations in addition to or instead of consumers who file claims.
For more information about the settlements, visit www.DRAMclaims.com or call 1-800-589-1425.
Assistant Attorneys General
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