Bought Milk? Fresh Milk Class Action Settlement

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milkIf you bought any dairy products between 2003 and the present, and live (or have lived) in any one of the following states:

Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, or Wisconsin.

You may be eligible for a cash settlement of roughly $5 to $15 due to the Fresh Milk Products Price-Fixing Class Action Lawsuit. Fill out your claim at BoughtMilk.com by January 31, 2017. For now, all they need is your name and e-mail. It takes literally seconds. You do not need to submit proof of purchase, although as usual you are under penalty of perjury. Found via Lazy Man.

If you are worried about the legitimacy of this website, check out this HuffPost article. If you are interested in the (sad) background, read this Bloomberg article.

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Comments

  1. I am not a lawyer, but it seems like the Commonwealth of Massachusetts should be a defendant in this case. They literally have a law on the books “fixing” the price of milk.

    https://malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/PartI/TitleXV/Chapter94A/Section14

    It would be really ironic if you considered yourself a member of the plaintiff class and then ended up paying the money back to yourself (with a huge loss for attorney fees) through your taxes when the state is forced to make payments as a defendant.

  2. I Richard Stamper has bought milk on several occasions where either the milk was out dated or either soured within a few days I am a caregiver for my 92 year old Mother and almost gave her some soured milk I feel that the prices of milk is way to high as well as for the middle class as well as the poor in my neiborhood we don’t have a grocery store so we are paying double at the corner stores and not by choice

  3. wow is this for real? cool. how and when will they pay u? who is paying the 5 to 15 usd?

    thx homer

  4. When are they going to let us know because I submitted my name and have not heard anything

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