If you happen to have purchased a sofa, mattress or even a carpet underlay that was made in Canada tween 1999 and 2012, then the Canadian government owes you money

Anyone who purchased a product that contains flexible polyurethane foam, is entitles for compensation. 

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A recent class action lawsuit was settled out of court for $38 million, which is  one of the largest price fixing settlements in Canada. 

Are you eligible for a refund? 

As long as you have lived in Canada between January 1, 1999 and January 10, 2012, and you purchased an eligible foam product, you are automatically a "Class Member" and can complete a claim form. 

Claims can be made for any of the following products:

  • Bed mattresses

  • Upholstered office chairs

  • Upholstered Armchairs

  • Two-seat sofas

  • Three-seat sofas and sectional sofas

  • Carpet underlay

  • Carpet pad

  • Carpet cushion

Click here to submit your claim.

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