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CRT Class Action Canada

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CRT Class Action Canada

http://crtclassactioncanada.ca/

Who can receive a payment from the settlements?

Persons resident in Canada (individuals, businesses and governmental entities) can receive a payment from the settlements if they
purchased any of the following products, regardless of the manufacturer or brand, in Canada between March 1, 1995 and November 25, 2007:
  • CRT televisions
  • CRT computer monitors
  • CRTs for inclusion in televisions or computer monitors

How much money will I receive?

Payments will be distributed on a proportional basis, based on the value of your claim relative to the value of all approved claims.

It is anticipated that all claims will receive a minimum payment of $20.

You must complete and file a claim form by March 1, 2019.

Click here for FAQs
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Wow, over a decade after CRTs have become obsolete, there's this?
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Appears that you are not required to prove proof of your claim, payment is sent by EMT. You can claim up to two without risk of audit. Hope that helps others, I'm going to sign up!

BTW the FAQ said that the deadline is March 1, 2019 and is paid typically a year after the claims deadline. So make sure you use a email that you'll be keeping for a long while, as you'll be paid after you forget that this exist.
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Is this legit or just a scam to get our personal information?
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What is the lawsuit based on? The website is blocked at work for some reason.
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Interesting. I bought two eMacs during this period. They were not computer monitors, but all-in-one computers with CRT displays. Hard to tell if they qualify. I submitted anyway, interesting how they don't ask for a date of purchase or any other details.
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Submitted. I had a small old Sony TV, and a Dell computer during that period.
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Kiraly wrote:
Nov 2nd, 2018 12:34 pm
Interesting. I bought two eMacs during this period. They were not computer monitors, but all-in-one computers with CRT displays. Hard to tell if they qualify. I submitted anyway, interesting how they don't ask for a date of purchase or any other details.
Class actions are more about penalizing the defendants than compensation.
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Interesting, so the plaintiff is fanshawe college
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how do we get max amount? based on those 3 variables?

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