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New Fetch Rewards Program

Here is a great way to earn gift cards, just by buying your favorite Kraft Foods. Using the Fetch Rewards app, scan your grocery receipt from ANY grocery, convenience, or club store.

We check every item on your receipt and search through over 150 brands to bring you automatic rewards. With just a scan of your receipt, you'll earn points for purchases across a full array of categories, including beverages, snacks, beer, cheese, meats, and much more.

Rewards points are then redeemable for a variety of gift cards, such as Visa, Sephora, Starbucks, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy's, Nike, and many, many more!

No more manually entering codes, completing tasks, mailing in proof-of-purchase, or managing multiple rewards accounts. Just scan your receipt, and Fetch Rewards does the rest!



Charmin Money Back Guarantee


Go here to print the form for a money-back guarantee on Charmin Essentials Strong or Charmin Essentials Soft. Submit within 45 days of purchase. Send original UPC, form, dated sales receipt. Refund comes as a prepaid Visa. 7/1/16 - 6/30/17


Kandoo Class Action- Get Up to $50 Back


If you purchased Kandoo Flushable Wipes from 3/21/10 - 12/9/16 in California, you can submit a claim for up to $50. The lawsuit alleges that wipes were not sewer and septic safe and caused plumbing problems. Submit here by Mar 1, 2017. You can claim up to $10 without proof of purchase, or $50 with proof of purchase.


Blue Diamond Class Action


Receive a check up to $10 check via the Townsend v. Blue Diamond Growers Settlement ($1 per qualifying item) and you may claim up to 5 units of each product covered by the settlement without attaching any proof of purchase. For more information, go here.


New Class Action Lawsuits

MyPillow: The company settled claims that it made unsubstantiated health claims in its advertising, including improving users’ REM sleep and treating sleep apnea and insomnia. That’s just one of the company’s recent legal fights.Consumers can receive $5 if they bought up to three pillows, and an additional $5 if they bought three or more and still have their proof of purchase to turn in.Deadline: Dec. 26, 2016

Seventh Generation false advertising: This class action settled allegations that Seventh Generation falsely marketed its products as “non-toxic” and “hypoallergenic” when they contain substances that can be toxic to human skin. Class members must have purchased products between Nov. 14, 2010 to Oct. 12, 2016, and can receive up to half the retail price of the product they purchased for up to 10 products. Proof of purchase is not required, but class members who do turn in receipts may receive higher payments. Deadline: Dec. 27, 2016

Wells Fargo robocalls: If you received a robocall about your overdrafts from Wells Fargo between Apr. 21, 2011 and Dec. 19, 2015, you could receive up to $70. Deadline: Jan. 17, 2016

Follett Higher Education text messages: This class action settled allegations that an estimated 1.8 Follett bookstore customers received unwanted text messages from the company, a violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. To be part of the class, you must have received an unwanted text from the company between Oct. 9, 2011 and Dec. 24, 2015. Deadline: Jan. 20, 2017

Sprint early termination fees: This one takes us way back, since it’s over a mobile carrier’s actions from 1999 to 2007. Sprint is settling allegations that it imposed early termination fees on customers, and the fees were higher than the amount needed to offset the actual harm done to Sprint by the customer leaving. You’re eligible if you paid a Sprint ETF while living in California between July 23, 1999 and Mar. 18, 2007. Claim deadline: Apr. 25, 2017

Johnson & Johnson Bedtime Bath Products: This suit settles accusations of false advertising, since ads and packaging proclaimed that the products were “clinically proven” to improve babies’ sleep. Parents and caregivers can claim up to $3 per product for a total of $15, or $30 if they still have the original receipts.Deadline: Apr. 28, 2017.

Optical disk drives: This class action settled allegations that manufacturers engaged in price-fixing of the optical disk drives that they sold to the companies that actually make computers. If you purchased a computer between Apr. 1, 2003 and Dec. 31, 2008 that included an optical disk drive, or a drive meant to be plugged in or installed in a computer, and you live in one of the states listed below, you’re eligible.

Arizona, California, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

The companies in this case accused of antitrust behavior were Sony, Hitachi-LG Data Storage, Panasonic, and NEC. The settlement will be up to $10 per drive, and you do not need to provide proof of purchase. Deadline: July 1, 2017


Seventh Generation Class Action


If you have purchased select products from 11/14/10 to 10/14/16 you may be eligible for a refund because of a class action claiming that Seventh Generation was using non-natural ingredients and chemicals in select products. The company has admitted no wrong doing by settling the dispute. No proof of purchase is necessary to receive payout of 50% of the purchase price, however you are entitled to a full refund if you have you receipts.


Amazon Is Opening Grocery Stores

The stores — known internally as Project Como — will be small, stocked only with fresh items such as produce, milk, and meats, The Journal reports, citing unnamed sources. Only Amazon Fresh subscribers will initially be able to shop at them, according to the report.

Customers will be able to order items that have longer shelf lives, such as cereal and peanut butter, through a mobile app or from touch screens around the stores, according to the report.

Amazon is also planning to open drive-in locations, where customers can pick up groceries that they ordered online, the report said. Employees will deliver the groceries to customers' cars using technology that can read license plates, meant to speed up wait times, according to The Journal.

Source: Wall Street Journal


Galaxy Note7 Recall

Galaxy Note7 Owners need to do one of the following:

  • Exchange your current Galaxy Note7 for a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge and replacement of any Galaxy Note7 specific accessories with a refund of the price difference between devices. Note that customers who exchange a Note7 device will also receive a $25 gift card, in-store credit, in-store accessory credit or bill credit from select carrier retail outlets.
  • Contact your point of purchase to obtain a full refund.