Have you ever paid Rite Aid for a copy of your personal pharmacy records? Rite Aid customers who paid either a $50 or $85 fixed records charge for pharmacy records after Jan. 1, 2005 may be eligible to receive a $15- $25 Rite Aid Gift Card from the Rite Aid Records Charge Class Action Lawsuit. The lawsuit alleges that Rite Aid charges a “fixed fee” that are not rational to the actual cost of Rite Aid processing a request for records. Effective July 1, 2010, federal law allows a search and retrieval fee of $25.88, a certification fee of $9.70 and a copying costs for records (in paper) of $0.97/per pages 1-20, $0.83/per pages 21-100, and $0.66 for pages over 100. This means that by Rite Aid charging a flat, fixed-fee of either $50 or $85 it far exceeds any actual costs the retail pharmacy may have incurred.
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Rite Aid Records Class Action Lawsuit:
- Rite Aid Records Charge Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 3/7/2016
- Who’s Eligible: All persons or entity who paid Rite Aid Hdqtrs. Corp. or Rite Aid Corporation a Fixed Records Charge of either $50 or $85 for the production of customer pharmacy records.
- Estimated Amount: Class Members who submit a valid Claim Form will receive a $15 Rite Aid gift card for each $50 pharmacy records fee they paid, and a $25 Rite Aid gift card for each $85 pharmacy records fee paid.
- Proof of Purchase: Potential Class Members who need to check to see if they paid either $50 or $85 to obtain pharmacy records after Jan. 1, 2005 can fill out the Information Form. Rite Aid will research their database on your behalf to see if any business records exist under your name.
- Case Name & Number: Anthony Frank Lasseter & Amber Osborne v. Rite-Aid Hdqtrs. Corp., et al.,Case No. 09-cv-2013-900031 in the Circuit Court of Bullock County, Alabama.
How to File a Claim:
- Head to the Rite Aid Records Charge Claim Form.
- If you are unsure whether or not you are eligible you may first complete a Request Form and Rite Aid will research their database for any records under your name.
- Otherwise, fill out the online claim form, print and mail to:
Lasseter v. Rite-Aid Corporation c/o GCG
P.O. Box 10204
Dublin, OH 43017-3904
Attn: Rite Aid Nationwide Class Settlement
- You must complete this form and submit before March 7, 2016. If you have questions, call 1 (888) 985-9384
Rite Aid has agreed to settle the pharmacy records class action lawsuit in order to avoid further costs of litigation, they deny any wrongdoing. If you’ve paid either a $50 or $85 fixed records charge for pharmacy records after Jan. 1, 2005 you may be eligible for a $15- $25 Rite Aid Gift Card. Be sure to file a claim for this Rite Aid Records Charge Class Action Lawsuit if you believe you are affected and then take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!
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