The Rawlings Power Balance Class Action Lawsuit is currently being settled after the company was accused of using false and misleading advertising to sell Power Balance products such as bracelets, necklaces, and other sports products.
Class members of the Rawlings Power Balance class action settlement include anyone in the U.S. who purchased any of the company’s products between March 1, 2010, and Oct. 11, 2013. To make a valid claim you must submit a claim form with your Power Balance Bracelet or your proof of purchase for another Power Balance product. The settlement guarantees you at least $16.50 for a returned Power Balance Bracelet or $10 for other items plus $2.00 per bracelet for shipping costs. Be sure to register your claim by January 8th, 2014!
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Rawlings Power Balance Class Action Settlement
Class Eligibility: The settlement covers anyone in the U.S. who purchased any Rawlings Power Balance products between March 1, 2010, and Oct. 11, 2013.
- Return Bracelet + Proof of Purchase= purchase price + $2
- Return Bracelet= $16.50 per bracelet + $2
- Proof of Purchase for Non-Bracelet Product= $10 per product + $2
Proof of Purchase: Required
Claim Form: Power Balance Settlement Claim Form
Claim Form Deadline: January 8, 2014
Case Summary: The plaintiffs allege Rawlings Power Balance products made misleading claims about how the efficacy of their products. The plaintiff denies the allegations. The case was settled before being decided by a court.
If you’re eligible to receive a claim with the Rawlings Power Balance Class Action Lawsuit make sure you sign up by 01/08/2014! You deserve reimbursements if you’re one of the many people that were misled through false advertisements and claims from the Power Balance company. Check out more class action lawsuit settlements from HMB.