Aveeno Settlement, Get $50 Or More Rebate If You’re Eligible

What’s The Aveeno Settlement About

A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about the advertising of some of Johnson & Johnson’s Aveeno Active Naturals Products. The Plaintiffs in the lawsuit claim that Johnson & Johnson made misstatements about its Aveeno Active Naturals Products by describing certain Aveeno Active Naturals Products as “natural” or “Active Naturals.”

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Johnson & Johnson has filed answers denying all of Plaintiffs’ claims and strongly denies all allegations of wrongdoing, fault, liability, or damage of any kind to Plaintiffs or the Settlement Class, denies that it acted improperly or wrongfully in any way, and is entering into this settlement to avoid burdensome and costly litigation. The settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing.

Who’s Eligible?

You are a member of the Class if you purchased within the United States, including the District of Columbia and all U.S. territories, including Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands, at least one of the “Covered Products” from May 7, 2007 through February 13, 2019 for household use and not for resale.

What Products Are Included?

The Covered Products include the Aveeno Active Naturals Products that were advertised as “Active Naturals” including those listed on the Covered Products page.

How Much Do I Get?

Johnson & Johnson will create a fund of $6.75 million to pay Class Members’ claims, administrative costs, attorneys’ fees and expenses, and service awards for the named Plaintiffs.

You may obtain a cash payment of $2.50 per Covered Product purchased up to a total of $50.00 for twenty Covered Products without Proof of Purchase. There is no maximum number of Covered Products with Proof of Purchase.

These awards may be subject to pro rata upward or downward adjustment depending on the number of claims approved.

You must submit a claim by February 4, 2019.

Do Not Submit False Claims

Please do not submit fraudulent claims for these settlement rebates. It takes money away from those who deserve a reimbursement, and furthermore it is illegal. You’re usually required to acknowledge something along these lines:

I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States that all of the information provided on this Claim Form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.

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3 thoughts on “Aveeno Settlement, Get $50 Or More Rebate If You’re Eligible

  1. Say Danny, how are you defining “fraudulent?” Seems you’re really taking the side of the fraudulent advertising industrial complex with these lawsuits settlements. Asked my wife about this — and she says she was a regular “user” of these “natural” products — and no doubt went along with the fraudulent, misleading hype too. (recall one day rhetorically asking her if she had any idea what an “active natural” ingredient was? Well, she trusts the ‘merikin way, the right of the Trump class to make billions off the easily bamboozled) But how the h*ll will anybody, anywhere be able to “prove” they bought the “natural” crap, without a receipt? But then you scold warn us not to rile fraudulent claims….. lest we somehow do wrong by those rare lucky pack rats who actually keep receipts of every trivial item they buy…. (or for that matter, take away from the funds that the law firms involved will surely prefer to keep for themselves)

    • I’m sure most people will not have receipts but filing a claim when you don’t have one doesn’t mean it’s fraudulent. Also some of these lawsuits go years back so an estimate should be ok if you’re filing claim without a receipt. But if you’ve never heard of this brand and definitely never bought anything from them and you file a claim, that would be fraudulent.

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