Canadians Can Get a Cash Refund if they Bought Electronics between ’99 and ’02
This is interesting… Due to a class action lawsuit that has been recently settled against the manufacturers of dynamic random access memory (DRAM), Canadian consumers are eligible to get at least $20 from the penalized companies.
According to CTV Canadians will get the refund from an $80 million settlements with companies like Samsung, Hynix and Micron.
The lawsuit successfully argued that the accused companies conspired to fix the price of DRAM, thus inflating the price of many consumer electronics.
If you’re unsure of what DRAM is, no need to worry we don’t really get it either. All you need to know is that memory is used in most computers, printers, hand held devices, graphics cards, mp3 players and game consoles.
The result of the lawsuit entitles all Canadians who were at least 18 and bought electronics during the time, are able to fill out an online from at THE MONEY IS MINE and get at least $20 from the manufacturers – Hey it’s a free $20 so why not do it? No receipt is needed, however if you kept the receipts you may be able to claim more money.
Check out the online form here, and let us know how the process went.