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Angie's List Settlement

A proposed settlement has been reached with Angie’s List, Inc. (“Angie’s List”) in connection with three putative class action lawsuits focusing on Angie’s List’s acceptance of advertising payments from service providers, and whether those payments affect service providers’ letter-grade ratings, reviews, and place in search-result rankings. Angie’s List denies Plaintiffs’ claims, including denying that advertising revenue can affect ratings or the content of reviews in any way and asserting that it discloses that it receives revenue from certain service providers who are rated highly by members and further discloses that such revenue can affect the order of search-result rankings under certain settings. The Court has not decided who is right. In order to avoid the expense and risks of continuing the lawsuit, the Parties agreed to a proposed class settlement.
Who’s Included? You received this email because Angie’s List’s records show that you may be a member of the Settlement Class. You are a member of the Settlement Class if you were a paying member of Angie’s List at any time between March 11, 2009, and July 12, 2016.
What Are the Settlement Terms? Settlement Class Members who submit a timely and valid Claim Form may choose: (1) an estimated cash payment of $5 and/or $10 (subject to a possible pro rata adjustment upwards or downwards) depending on the timing of their membership and the number of valid Claims submitted; or (2) one free month of membership to Angie’s List for each full year he or she paid for membership during the relevant periods (up to a maximum limit). Angie’s List also has agreed to expand upon the disclosures about service provider advertising made in its Frequently Asked Questions on its website and in its Membership Agreement.  
How Can I Get a Payment or Membership BenefitYou can quickly file a Claim online at or by clicking here. You can also download and print the Claim Form from the website.  You must file your Claim Form so that it is received (if submitted electronically) or postmarked (if submitted by mail) byNovember 15, 2016.
Your Other Options. If you do not want to be legally bound by the settlement, you must exclude yourself by October 24, 2016. If you do not exclude yourself, you will release any claims you may have against Angie’s List, as more fully described in the Settlement Agreement, available at the Settlement Website. You may also object to the settlement by October 24, 2016. The Long Form Notice available on the website listed below explains how to exclude yourself or to object. The Court will hold a Hearing on December 5, 2016 to consider whether to approve the settlement and a request for payment of attorneys’ fees and expenses of no more than $937,500 and for service awards of $12,500 to be shared by the three class representatives. You may appear at the hearing, either yourself or through an attorney hired by you, but you don't have to. For more information, call 1-888-293-9919, or visit the website listed below.
For more information about the settlement, please visit, which includes a full copy of the Settlement Agreement and a more detailed description of the settlement and other important information. Please check the Settlement Website for updates and further information.            1-888-293-9919



Playstation Plus Membership Increase


Starting 9/22, PlayStation Plus membership prices are set to increase from $49.99 to $59.99 per year for yearly memberships and from $17.99 to $24.99 for three month memberships. The month-to-month membership will remain at $9.99 per month in the U.S.

Current memberships that renew on or after 9/22 will be charged the new prices, so if you don’t want to be charged at the increased rate, make sure to cancel before that date. To cancel, just turn off auto-renewal in your account settings.



Free Baby Welcome Box from Walmart

Walmart Baby Welcome Box

Request a FREE Baby Welcome Box. Click on the box that states “Welcome Box – Sign Up Now” (as shown below) and fill out the form. 


TRESemme Class Action Lawsuit

TRESemme Naturals

If you have purchased one or more TRESemme Naturals Shampoo or Conditioner products previously, you are entitled to $5 per qualified purchase (up to $50) in the form of a check – no proof of purchase required! You may claim up to 10 Products per household without submitting any proof of purchase.

BUT, if you do have proof of purchase, you can receive more than $50 if you submit proof of purchase(s) along with your claim form. Just head here and fill out the form to submit for this settlement. All claims must be submitted by October 24th, 2016.


Best Buy Rewards Program Changes

My Best Buy members will be able to score free 2-Day shipping (with no annual fee) on thousands of items sold on However, this is no mention about whether you need to meet a certain minimum (currently $35) or whether this free shipping will require no minimum purchase.

Best Buy members currently receive 1 point for every $1 spent, you will only receive 0.5 points for every $1 spent starting 8/28. And remember, for every 250 My Best Buy points you receive, you will be eligible to receive a $5 reward certificate.


New Chipotle Rewards Program

Pick up a Chiptopia Summer Rewards Card OR go here and register for a digital card that can be used from your mobile phone. If you choose to pick up a physical card, you’ll need to first go here and register the card. You will earn a free order of chips & guac with your very first purchase of $6 or more AND a free entree after your 4th visit each month! Be sure to go here for more details and to receive important updates about Chiptopia.


New Michael's Rewards Program


Michaels has just started a free Rewards Program that will give members exclusive offers, members-only events, receipt-free returns, a birthday coupon, early access to sales and more. Also, if you sign up and complete your member profile by July 16th, you can enter to win a $100 Michaels Gift Card with 1,000 lucky winners!


Whirlpool Class Action Lawsuit

Whirlpool Corporation and Sears Roebuck and Co. have agreed to settle several class action lawsuits that allege certain front-loading washing machines are prone to developing mold or mildew. If you purchased or otherwise acquired a new Whirlpool, Kenmore or Maytag front-loading washing machine manufactured between 2001 and 2010, you may be entitled to compensation from the class action settlement.

The class action lawsuits allege that certain Whirlpool, Kenmore and Maytag front-loading washing machines don’t adequately self-clean after a wash cycle, leaving laundry residue that can result in a buildup of mold or mildew. As a result, consumers have reported that their machines emit a bad odor. Some consumers have reported that their laundry has been ruined.

A list of eligible washer models is available here.

Potential Award

The Sears and Whirlpool moldy washer settlement provides several different benefits for Class Members to choose:

  • A $50 cash payment (available only to certain Class Members who experienced a mold or odor problem within five years of purchase);
  • A cash rebate of either 20 percent or five percent off the retail purchase price of a new washing machine or dryer; or
  • Reimbursement of up to $500 for out-of-pocket expense for repairs or replacements due to a mold or odor problem.

Sign up here