REMINDER: Tresemme Class Action Lawsuit (Get your $50 check if you bought “Naturals” – NO RECEIPT REQUIRED!)

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tresemme-naturalsThis is just a quick friendly reminder 🙂

Did you buy any Tresemme “Naturals” products? There’s a class action settlement and you are entitled to a cut! Even if you don’t have receipts, you can get $5 for each product you purchased (up to $50 max.) If you have receipts, you can get even more.

Go here to get more info. (Once on the site, click the orange “Get This Deal” button. A popup asking you to join their email list will appear. You do not need to join; simply exit out of that and the settlement info will pop up and you can make your claim.)

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  1. Thank you!

  2. When should we receive the check?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      No idea. I am not familiar with the lawyers/case other than what I’ve read online. I am just passing on the info about the settlement. Generally, these things take a while because they have to give the members of the “class” plenty of time to find out about the settlement.

  3. I don’t know wht they want when it says claimant;/company.

  4. Why is there a lawsuit with these products?

  5. A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about the packaging of the following TRESemmé Naturals products: Nourishing Moisture Shampoo, Nourishing Moisture Conditioner, Radiant Volume Shampoo, Radiant Volume Conditioner, Vibrantly Smooth Shampoo, and Vibrantly Smooth Conditioner which are collectively called the “Products.” The plaintiffs in the lawsuit assert that the Products’ packaging falsely indicated they were natural. Defendant Conopco, Inc., d/b/a as Unilever, denies all the plaintiffs’ allegations and is entering into this settlement, among other reasons, to avoid burdensome and costly litigation. The settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing.