Use Shutterfly? You Could Get Up to $25 from This Class Action Lawsuit!
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A settlement has been proposed in the Rivali v. Shutterfly class action lawsuit and you may be entitled to a payment!
The Shutterfly class action lawsuit has reached a settlement.
The class action lawsuit against Shutterfly LLC has reached a settlement and you may be entitled to a payout of up to $25. Customers who made a purchase at a discount from an advertised reference price on Shutterfly.com are eligible for a payout if they shopped between April 1, 2018 and August 25, 2023 (provided they have not yet returned or received credit for the item).
There is no proof of purchase necessary to file a claim, but you must do so by February 5, 2024.
Eligible customers were sent an email from “Rivali v Shutterfly, LLC” informing them of the class action lawsuit and subsequent settlement. The bottom of the email includes a unique claim number and pin that you can use to submit a claim.
If you did not receive an email, don’t fret! You can still submit a claim online. Here’s how!
How to submit a claim in the Shutterfly class action lawsuit:
Whether you received your email or not, you can start the filing process by following the below steps:
- Head to the Shutterfly Discount Settlement site
- If you received your email, enter your claim and pin number, or if you did not receive an email, enter your email address to create your account
- Follow the prompts to enter your personal information
- Submit online by February 5, 2024 (or print the forms to submit by mail)
Those who file the claim form and are eligible will receive a $25 voucher. If you are eligible but do not file a claim, you will receive a $5 voucher.
You can also exclude yourself from the settlement or object to the settlement. You must do so in writing by February 5, 2024. See the settlement website for instructions.
What was the Shutterfly class action lawsuit about?
The settlement is a result of a lawsuit where the plaintiff accused Shutterfly of participating in deceptive advertising. The plaintiff alleged that Shutterfly offered customers inflated and/ or “phantom” discounts by using fake original reference prices in their ads. This led to the plaintiff having an increased urgency to buy due to the suggestion that the items were on sale.
Shutterfly denies any wrongdoing but did agree to the settlement and you can read the full settlement documents online. If you have additional questions on the case, you can inquire via email to info@SFDiscountSEttlement.com or by phone at 888-691-8270.
One of our Hip readers, let us know she has already received the settlement notification email, so be on the lookout for yours to come too!