DALLAS — Tuna lovers unite! At least they are united for a class action lawsuit against Starkist — reeling you in $25 in cash or $50 in coupons.
This is thanks to a man who filed a class action lawsuit two years ago. He claimed Starkist deliberately put extra water in cans to shortchange customers.
Well, Starkist isn’t admitting it did anything fishy, but has agreed to settle the case by offering $25 cash refunds or $50 worth of coupons to people who bought its 5 ounce canned food between 2009 and October 2014.
No, you’re not expected to still have receipts. Basically, you’re on the honor system. Head over to Tunalawsuit.com to reel in your refund.
Other Class Action Refunds You May Qualify For:
- JP Morgan Chase — $20 – $40 could be yours if you received unwanted marketing calls from Chase Bank.
- PlayStation Network — Refund pending for users affected by data breach.
- Red Bull Energy — Buyers may be eligible for a $10 refund over claims it “vitalizes” your body.