8 on Your Side Details Three Class-Action Settlements - 8 News NOW

8 on Your Side Details Three Class-Action Settlements

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LAS VEGAS - Do you use Emergen-C or eat Popchips? You may have money coming your way.

Emergen-C is a vitamin drink people take to stay healthy during cold and flu season. If you bought Emergen-C between 2006 and 2012 and you kept a receipt, you could receive $36. Without a receipt, you may be eligible for an $18 refund. The company settled a lawsuit that challenged Emergen-C's claims it can boost your immunity, energy and metabolism.

Learn More About the Emergen-C Class-Action Settlement

A similar settlement occurred with Popchips. If you purchased Popchips between 2007 and November 2013, you may be eligible to receive $10 or a $20 voucher for more Popchips. The company settled a case in which it was accused of violating laws by calling Popchips all natural and healthy.

Learn More About the Popchips Settlement

Finally, if you received a robo-call or text from Bank of America, you may be eligible to receive $40. In this class-action suit, the bank is accused of violating federal law by making non-emergency calls to customers about its credit cards and mortgages.

Learn More About the Bank of America Settlement

If you have a problem you want investigated, contact 8 on Your Side at 702-650-1907.

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