American Express has reached a class action lawsuit settlement over claims the company failed to notify consumers of the full terms and conditions applicable to its gift cards, specifically in regard to significant and material limitations on the use of the American Express gift cards. This class action lawsuit is better known as the Kaufman v. American Express.
If you purchased, received, held or used an American Express gift card between January 1, 2002, and October 15, 2013, you may be eligible to file claim up to a maximum of $40. You must submit your Claim Forms by March 6, 2014.
What can you claim in the American Express Gift Cards Class Action Settlement?
- If you unsuccessfully tried to split-tender transaction may get up to $20.
- If you incurred a monthly fees may get up to $8.
- If you paid a check issuance fee may get up to $5.
You can claim one or all of these amounts, but may get more than $20 per gift card or $40 total. If you incurred a monthly fee or check issuance fee after unsuccessfully trying a split-tender transaction, but do not know your American Express gift card number, can get a total of $5.
How much can you get?
$5 to $20 per gift card for maximum total of $40.
Where to file you claim?
Submit Online Claim Form by March 6, 2014.
Don’t miss out on this limited opportunity to file your claim for the AMEX Express Gift Cards Class Action Settlement if you meet qualifications as mention above. And always please check back to Cash Bonus Money for other recent class action settlement and free money benefits.