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Class Action - Compressors - $20 minimum compensation

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Class Action - Compressors - $20 minimum compensation

https://www.coolingcompressorsclassaction.com/

Am I eligible to receive money?

You (individuals, businesses and governmental entities) are eligible to receive money if, between 2004 and 2008, you purchased:


a cooling compressor (defined as a hermetically sealed cooling compressor of less than one horsepower). Cooling compressors used in air conditioners are excluded; and/or

a product that contains a cooling compressor (including household and some light commercial refrigerators and freezers).

You can claim for any brand of cooling compressor product.


Do I need to provide proof of purchase?

Proof of purchase is not required unless your request for payment is selected for a review. If your request for payment is selected for verification, you will be required to provide proof of purchase.
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Dec 18, 2015
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Was going good until the checkbox that mentioned perjury of Canadian law, then I jumped ship.
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Proof of purchase is not required unless your request for payment is selected for a review. If your request for payment is selected for verification, you will be required to provide proof of purchase.
I think you bolded the wrong part.
If reviewed, Class Members shall prove their Compressors and/or Compressor Product Purchases in the following manner:

A. By providing the following documentation of their Compressors and/or Compressors Product purchases:

sales information as provided by the Defendants where applicable;
invoices;
receipts;
purchase records;
historical accounting records; or
comparable verification that is acceptable to the Claims Administrator;

B. Alternatively, by including a declaration together with the following documentation of their Compressors and/or Compressors Product purchases:

delivery or packing slips;
credit card statements;
bank statements;
cancelled cheques;
wire transfer confirmations;
proof of product registration;
rebate documents;
warranty documents;
serial numbers;
repair invoices; or
comparable verification that is acceptable to the Claims Administrator.
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cantaffordretail wrote: Was going good until the checkbox that mentioned perjury of Canadian law, then I jumped ship.
well i should get something. i bought 2 fridges and a freezer during that time frame
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We actually moved into our home and purchased a new fridge during that time. Now to see if I can dig out the receipt...
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cantaffordretail wrote: Was going good until the checkbox that mentioned perjury of Canadian law, then I jumped ship.
It's your choice. We make a lot of purchases that we forget about sometimes. Could be a small freezer, minifridge, wine cooler, a/c, fridge, chest freezer, upright, any compressor etc. There's tons of things that would qualify you.
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jetstreamblue wrote: We actually moved into our home and purchased a new fridge during that time. Now to see if I can dig out the receipt...
No need for a receipt right now, I expect verifications to be few and far between.

If they do ask, you can probably take a photo of the serial number of the fridge and that would be acceptable proof. Even a manual or warranty documents count.

Just apply now and think later -- RFD motto
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done, thanks
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I have had success on the activia and lcd lawsuits (they actually paid me twice for some reason) but this one I did a month or so ago and they "audited" me asking for receipts/proof, even though I only was looking for the $20, so this won't work for everyone
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Aug 13, 2012
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Thanks OP - Had me and my entire family claim. Will forge receipts if needed.
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therishisharma wrote: Thanks OP - Had me and my entire family claim. Will forge receipts if needed.
:cheesygri Care to share how?
If my sanity has to go, it is my job to keep its absence to myself. :D
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cantaffordretail wrote: Was going good until the checkbox that mentioned perjury of Canadian law, then I jumped ship.
I'm not planning to claim either, but the only way "perjury" would come into the picture is if they launched a civil action against you in court. Cost to them thousands... over a $20 rebate not too likely.
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Yes! My fridge was purchased in 2007, and I have the receipt. :)

Thanks OP.

Wouldn't it be criminal fraud to knowingly make a false claim?
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JamesA1 wrote: Yes! My fridge was purchased in 2007, and I have the receipt. :)

Thanks OP.

Wouldn't it be criminal fraud to knowingly make a false claim?
No problem, hopefully you will get more than $20
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therishisharma wrote: Thanks OP - Had me and my entire family claim. Will forge receipts if needed.

Idiot. Have fun in jail.
beeknight wrote: :cheesygri Care to share how?
Maybe you can be cellmates with therishisharma
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canada_dry wrote: I'm not planning to claim either, but the only way "perjury" would come into the picture is if they launched a civil action against you in court. Cost to them thousands... over a $20 rebate not too likely.
JamesA1 wrote: Yes! My fridge was purchased in 2007, and I have the receipt. :)

Thanks OP.

Wouldn't it be criminal fraud to knowingly make a false claim?
You guys are WAY over thinking it
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TheMadMax wrote: Idiot. Have fun in jail.

Maybe you can be cellmates with therishisharma
:D :D :facepalm: Yesir, the voice of justice.
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kangaroo11 wrote: It's your choice. We make a lot of purchases that we forget about sometimes. Could be a small freezer, minifridge, wine cooler, a/c, fridge, chest freezer, upright, any compressor etc. There's tons of things that would qualify you.
Actually not any compressor, specifically not a/c (air conditioner)--those are excluded from the claim. The website is a little vague on details of the exclusion. For example, I'm unsure if a dedicated dehumidifier would qualify.
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Think of the Childre…
Yeah, I bought that thingy-ma-jiggy.

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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Rfd tight wads are going to crash that site.
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