You May Be Eligible for This Charmin Flushable Wipes Class Action Settlement
If you’ve bought Charmin Flushable Wipes between 4/6/2011 and 11/26/2018, you may be eligible for a $30 cash settlement from this Pettit vs. Procter & Gamble Class Action Settlement (be sure to fill out the form before February 28th, 2019).
If you DO have proof of purchase, you can submit a claim for up to a $30 cash refund. If you DO NOT have proof of purchase, you are allowed to request a refund for up to seven (7) products at 60¢ per pack of Charmin Flushable Wipes purchased, up to $4.20 in cash, with no proof of purchase needed.
What is this lawsuit about?
One lawsuit claims that although the packaging on the Freshmates wipes states that the wipes are “flushable,” “septic safe,” and “safe for sewer and septic systems,” the wipes are not suitable for disposal by flushing down a toilet, are not regarded as flushable by municipal sewage system operators, do not disperse upon flushing, and routinely damage or clog plumbing pipes, septic systems, and sewage lines and pumps.
For contact information and more details about this lawsuit, visit Pettit v Procter & Gamble’s contact form page.