You May Be Eligible for This Ross Class Action Settlement
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Shop at Ross?
If you made a purchase at a Ross store between June 20th, 2011, and the present, you may be eligible to receive a Ross Merchandise Certificate or cash as part of this Ross Class Action Settlement.
Who is eligible?
Those who have purchased ANY item from Ross with a price tag that included a “Compare At” price that was higher than the sales price between June 20th, 2011 and the present – and did not receive a refund or credit for the purchase.
If you are eligible, you will receive store credit in the form of a merchandise certificate or cash equal to 75% of the value of the merchandise certificate. The amount of the Ross Merchandise Certificate will be based on the amount of money left in the settlement fund after making qualifying deductions and the total number of valid claims filed.
What is a Merchandise Certificate?
Ross Merchandise Certificates do not expire and can be used to purchase ANY item in any Ross store. More than one Merchandise Certificate may be used at a time, and they may be used in conjunction with other promotional discounts that are otherwise available with the use of gift cards or merchandise certificates. You may give your Merchandise Certificates to someone else, but you cannot resell them.
If you would prefer cash over a Ross Merchandise Certificate, you may exchange it for cash in an amount equal to 75% of the Merchandise Certificates at the time of its issuance for up to one year after issuance by returning the Merchandise Certificates to the Claims Administrator unused.
What is this lawsuit about?
The lawsuit alleges that Ross engaged in false or misleading price comparison advertising through the “Compare At” prices on Ross price tags in its stores between June 20th, 2011, and the present in violation of various California laws that prohibit false advertising and unfair competition. Ross denies that it used false or misleading price comparison advertising or has done anything wrong.
Get more information about the lawsuit and Settlement or by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also get a Claim Form or Opt-Out Request on the Ross Pricing Settlement website, or by calling this toll-free number, 1-888-585-1447.