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Chocolate Class Action Settlement ($50 claim, at least $1,000 bought during 2005-07)

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Chocolate Class Action Settlement ($50 claim, at least $1,000 bought during 2005-07)

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Hmm $41.66 a month in chocolate... basically a chocolate bar a day
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wow seriously, who keeps a receipt for a chocolate bar? Oh well, I will fill it in and see if I can get a free $50
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so how do they verify?

if I own a convenience store and bought the huge skid loads... I can get $1,000+!?
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says consumers get paid 1.875% of total purchase, hm what is a good reason to say that I bought $2666 worth of chocolate in 2 years... $3.65 a day, wow nope, no way could justify eating 3 chocolate bars a day hah
, I may have spent $50 on chocolate in 2 years, even if I fudged numbers and say I eat chocolate bar twice a week at an inflated price of $1.75 id still only get $7 back. bah not worth the effort
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Hmm, bought a lot of chocolate during that time frame as I was working for the boss from hell. I don't drink, smoke or do drugs, but I do eat chocolate when I'm stressed out and that was a highly stressful period. I was eating chocolate almost everyday when I came home from work. Too bad, I don't have the receipts. Most of it would have been Cadbury Burnt Almond or Fruit & Nut.

I looked at the claim form earlier but didn't like the idea of providing bank info but you can apply by mail.
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Due to being found guilty of price fixing in 2005 to 2007, consumers can file without receipts for $50. In good faith you should have purchased at least $1,000 worth of chocolate over this period.

Members of the Settlement Class can be categorized as Consumers, Commercial Purchasers or both depending on the purpose for which they purchased Chocolate Products:
A consumer is a person in Canada who purchased Cadbury, Hershey, Mars or Nestlé chocolate confectionary products (“Chocolate Products”) in Canada not for commercial resale. This includes, for example, persons purchasing Chocolate Products for personal consumption or on behalf of sports teams, schools and other non-profit organizations for non-commercial distribution, and commercial entities purchasing Chocolate Products for their own use or for promotional use and not for commercial resale.

Consumers are eligible to file a claim if they purchased at least $1,000 in Chocolate Products during the October 1, 2005 to September 31, 2007 period. Spouses and children living in the same household can pool their purchases and file a single claim (with one individual claiming on behalf of the household).

https://claims-chocolateclassaction.com ... TypeSelect


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BTW .. one claim per household ...
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$1,000 chocolate to be eligible ???

what the ?

You need to have bought at least 1-2 bars every DAY for these 2 years ...
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cashinstinct wrote:
Sep 17th, 2013 10:05 am
$1,000 chocolate to be eligible ???

what the ?

You need to have bought at least 1-2 bars every DAY for these 2 years ...
If you have kids it's not that hard to have spent that on chocolate bars over the years with the 'corner store' price being ~$2 these days. I personally have a sweet tooth ;) .

Keep in mind you do not require proof to claim for the minimum ($50), if you are a commercial org then you can file receipts and get more ...
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I was pretty close to $1000 in the SDM Cadbury fiasco! ;)
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cashinstinct wrote:
Sep 17th, 2013 10:05 am
$1,000 chocolate to be eligible ???

what the ?

You need to have bought at least 1-2 bars every DAY for these 2 years ...
some of us could be addicted to their high end bars.
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