Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Dannon Yogurt Class Action Settlement ~ Refund

If you've purchased Activia or DanActive products, you are eligible to particpate in the Class Action. Consumers are eligible for a claim up to $100. The purchase had to be made before April 23, 2010 (no, not a typo). Dannon made several health benefit claims which is the basis for theClass Action. Basically you can claim $15 by just filling out the form stating which products you purchased. Click here to access the form.

Here is info from the site:
Claims for up to $15.00
: To receive reimbursement for purchases of up to $15.00, simply complete and return the Claim Form. If you cannot remember all of the information requested, fill in what you remember, and make your best estimate about the rest. For your convenience, the Products’ average retail prices are listed on this website.

Claims for more than $15.00 and up to $30.00: To receive reimbursement for purchases of more than $15.00 and up to $30.00, complete, sign and return the Claim Form. To receive more than $15.00, you MUST sign the Claim Form. If you cannot remember all of the information requested, fill in what you remember, and make your best estimate about the rest.

Claims for more than $30.00 and up to $100.00: To receive reimbursement for purchases of more than $30.00 and up to $100.00, complete and sign the Claim Form, and then return it with proof of the purchases you claim. To receive more than $30.00, you MUST sign and include with your Claim Form proof of purchase, such as receipts.

6 comments:

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lfhpueblo said...

What a drag. We bought some of these I think in December last year or January this year. I didn't keep UPC's or my receipt from the store.
Actually I was disappointed too, because they went bad before the expiration date, they started to grow this greenish mold on top. I know it wasn't my refrigerator's fault, it's working fine and everything else was staying good. I should have done all the stuff to get my money back, but at the time I just wasn't in the mood and felt ill from other reasons.
Wish I would have kept all the stuff needed so I could enter into this and been able to get my money back.
I'll just stick to Fiber One's yogurt. Fewer calories and I haven't been disappointed with them yet. Yet, the only flavor in the Fiber One Yogurt we like around here is the Strawberry. Don't care for the vanilla or the Key Lime. Wish they had blueberry and Peach.

Smart Cents Mom said...

Just remember that to get the $15 refund, you just need to fill out the online form. No proof of purchase necessary.

3boyzmom said...

Whoa...awesome!!!!! Thanks so much!

Lisa said...

Do the receipts need to add up to $30?

Smart Cents Mom said...

My understanding is that for amounts between $15 to $30, you do not need receipts. You do need to list what you purchased or estimate what you can remember. You have to sign the claim form saying that what you wrote down is what you purchased. I have not printed the form so I am assuming that they give a value for each item or let you estimate the value. For amounts over $30, you do need receipts.

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