Redbull has recently settled a class action mis-representation lawsuit, and now you can register to receive $10 in compensation(Some conditions apply)!!
The Class Action Lawsuit was filed against Red Bull that states they violated section 228 of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, by failing to inform consumers of the inherent dangers concerning the ingestion of its Caffeinated Energy Drinks. Plaintiff further alleges that Red Bull violated section 219 of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act by making false claims concerning the functionality of its products on its websites and labelling, notably by claiming that Red Bull improves alertness or increases concentration.
Who Can Receive A Payment?
All legal and natural persons (excluding minors, defined as natural persons under 18 years of age as of July 23, 2019) who were residents of Canada (including without limitation any of its provinces and territories) and who purchased and/or used or consumed one or more Red Bull Carbonated Energy Drinks in Canada between January 1, 2007 and July 23, 2019.
How Much Will I Get?
Red Bull agreed to pay a total amount of $850,000 as the Settlement Fund. Of that fund, approximately $600,000 will be used to be compensate Canadians who file a claim.
Each Claimant will be entitled to up to $10.
In order to receive compensation from the Settlement, Claimants must have a valid e-mail address and a bank account capable of receiving payments via Interac e-Transfer.
You have until October 14, 2019 at 5PM ET to register as a Claimant. Then you must complete and submit an online Claim Form due date (TBD).
The claims registration process will begin if and when the Settlement Agreement is approved by the Superior Court of Quebec. The settlement approval hearing will take place on December 17, 2019, at 9:30 a.m., in room 1.156 of the Montreal courthouse. Please check back after that date!!!!
SEE THE REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE!!!