Even if those electronics were long ago recycled, sold at garage sales, are collecting dust or were otherwise discarded,
Perhaps the best part is that no receipts are necessary, although documentation may be needed for large claims. Claimants may simply fill out a form indicating how many of each type of device they purchased and send the form in for their refund.
Payments are expected to be about
At a time, when the global market for such chips was nearing
The federal government spent more than three years investigating Samsung of
"This is the last piece of the settlement puzzle," Edmunson said. "Most folks have upgraded from their DVD player they had at the time. You don't have to still own the equipment, as long as you purchased it."
Refunds will be issued after final court approval of the settlements and the resolution of any appeals. The amount of each refund will depend on the type and quantity of electronic devices the claimant purchased, and the total number of claims made. Payments will not exceed the difference between the purchase price and the expected price in the absence of the alleged price fixing.
To find the forms for filing a claim, visit www.DRAMclaims.com or call 1-800-589-1425.
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