Did you purchase items from Harbor Freight between April 8, 2011 through December 15, 2016? This lawsuit alleges Harbor Freight violated the law by advertising merchandise as “on sale” or “comp at” that had not been sold at the stated regular or “comp at” price for 28 of the preceding 90 days. Here are the options in which you may file a claim:
OPTION A. Customers who have itemized Harbor Freight receipts showing one or more purchases between April 8, 2011 and December 15, 2016 with a “you saved” amount reflected on their receipts can submit copies of those receipts and elect to receive either 20% in cash, or 30% in a Harbor Freight gift card, of the total “you saved” amount listed on their receipts,.
OPTION B. Customers who have credit or debit card statements reflecting one or more purchases at Harbor Freight between April 8, 2011 and December 15, 2016 can submit copies. You can request 10% in cash, or 12% in a Harbor Freight gift card, of the total Harbor Freight purchases on their credit or debit card statement(s).
OPTION C. All other customers who made purchases at Harbor Freight between April 8, 2011 and December 15, 2016 stating that they purchased an item from Harbor Freight (other than a free or later-returned item) that was advertised with a higher reference price (e.g., “reg. $XXX,” “only $XXX,” or “comp. at $XXX”) adjacent to a lower current offering price, and that they do not have itemized Harbor Freight receipts or credit or debit card statements of their Harbor Freight purchases. Customers submitting this claim will receive one $10 Harbor Freight gift.
To file a claim: Harbor Freight National Sale Price Settlement Claim Form
You must file your claim no later than August 7, 2017.
Source: Garden City Group, LLC
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