L’Occitane Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

by Baller on December 17, 2013

in Class Action Lawsuits

loccitane logoIf you made a credit card purchase at a L’Occitane retail store in California between 2011 and 2013, you can receive a merchandise certificate worth up to $12.50 from a class action lawsuit settlement. The deadline to file a claim is today, Dec. 17, 2013. This settlement resolves the case of Owen v. L’Occitane Inc. that alleges the retail locations operated by L’Occitane Inc. in California violated state law by requesting and recording personal information such as physical addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, etc. from its customers who paid using a credit card. L’Occitane denies any wrongdoing and any liability, but has agreed to a class action settlement to resolve the litigation.

L’Occitane Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

You are eligible to participate in the L’Occitane class action settlement if you used a credit card to make a purchase at a California L’Occitane store between Sept. 9, 2011, and Oct. 4, 2013 and had your personal identification information (postal address, email address, telephone number and/or ZIP Code) requested and recorded by a L’Occitane employee. Class members who received a notice by email or postcard that says they do not need to complete a claim form to receive a merchandise certificate will receive it automatically if the class action settlement is approved.

File your claim with L’Occitane today to get your merchandise certificate worth $12.50 off any merchandise purchase at L’Occitane stores located within California! The deadline to submit a claim is today, Dec. 17, 2013, so hurry and fill out your claim form now! If you successfully file your claim, your merchandise certificate will be emailed within 35 days of the final effective date of the settlement, sometime around 01/08/2014. See all Class Action Lawsuits from our exclusive list!

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