Nestle Coffee-Mate Class Action Settlement: Last Day to File Claim for $5-$40 (No Proof Required)

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Nestle has settled a $10 million No Proof Required Class Action Lawsuit regarding its Coffee-Mate powdered coffee creamers. The lawsuit alleges that Nestle misrepresented the number of servings contained in the product. The company denies any wrongdoing but agreed to the settlement to avoid court fees and other expenses.

If you live in the US and purchased a qualifying Coffee-Mate powder creamer product for personal use between January 1, 2017, and December 8, 2022, you may qualify for compensation as part of this settlement.

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A complete list of Nestle Coffee-Mate flavors covered in this class action lawsuit can be found on the Nestle Class Action administrator’s website. The two categories of claims are as follows:

  • No Proof of Purchase – Those with no proof of purchasing Nestle Coffee-Mate powder creamers can get up to 50¢ per product for 10 total Coffee-Mate products (limited to a total claim reimbursement amount of $5).
  • With Proof of Purchase – Those with valid proof of purchase (credit card statements, receipts, etc.) can get up to 30% of the price paid per unit of Nestle Coffee-Mate (limited to a total claim reimbursement amount of $40.00).

Only one claim per household is allowed. If you wish to file a claim, you can either file one “no proof” claim or one “with proof” claim. The deadline to file a claim is today, March 14, 2023. To file a claim, you must submit this electronic form by 11:59 PM CT. If you do not have a class action member ID, you can register to receive one here.

Please note that your claim will be rejected if you submit any fraudulent information, and doing so would be under the penalty of perjury. If you’re not sure whether you qualify for this class action settlement, more information can be found on the Nestle Class Action administrator’s website.

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  1. JenniferS

    Just submit -thank you!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re SO welcome! 🙌

  2. MsAnnie

    Hi, How do I sign the document. I buy a container every week of the liquid coffeemate.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey there! SO sorry for any issues, MsAnnie. ❤️ Were you able to head through the electronic form linked near the bottom of the post?

      • MsAnnie

        Hello, I was able to get to the screen for method of payment, I chose that but wasn’t able to sign and I cannot log back in as it states my email address already exists. Hopefully it went through. Thank you for all you do.

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          You’re so welcome! Thanks for the update on how it worked for you. 💞

  3. Bob

    I don’t understand the wording price per unit means each item? I bought 4 containers of 35.3 and the price of each items was different from fluctuation so 1 time is $5.18 to $6.24 to $6.72 and they don’t let you list each hike or drop in price just a total per unit which means DuH? so do they want the total price or price of each item added all together?

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey Bob! I’m not eligible to submit this form, but checked the wording we have in the post on this and it seems that with proof of purchase (receipts, invoices, etc.), you qualify to receive up to 30% of the price paid per unit of Nestle Coffee-Mate you purchase, but are limited to a total claim reimbursement amount of $40.00. If you think that you have spent that amount in the time-frame mentioned in the claim, you’d want to include that full total and upload any requested documentation for those as proof of the full amount. Hoping this is helpful! ❤️

      • Bob

        yes I have 4 receipts but I’m not sure if I need to give them a total cost which would be $23.34 so I’d get $7.00 back or I will get $2.01 back because I put $6.72 per unit cause that’s all you could enter

        • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

          So sorry for the confusion, Bob! I was able to get to the form to check things a bit further. If you have documentation, and selected that option, you’ll want to select how many units you bought, of what product, and include the price per unit. If I had to choose, it would be entering in the amount of one of the receipts that I had on hand that I was also submitting as documentation/proof of purchase. It does seem that it will likely be a percentage of the overall amount that you’ll receive back. Hope this helps! 💕

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