Pay attention Canada because this isn't the kind of news you hear every day.

Courts in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec have approved a class action lawsuit settlement worth $49.8 million, and this is your last chance to get a piece of the settlement before it's too late

That's because you only have a few days left to file claim.

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TL;DR A minimum of $20 is owed to every single person in the country who purchased a TV between March 1, 1995 and November 2007. No proof necessary to claim the minimum amount, however more money can be claimed with proof.


The final date to make a  claim in March 1st 2019!

Everyone in Canada who purchased either of the following products between March 1, 1995 and November 25, 2007 are entitled to a settlement:

  • CRT televisions
  • CRT computer monitors
  • CRTs for inclusion in televisions or computer monitors

So what's a CRT? It's a display commonly used in televisions and computer monitors.

To be clear:You can claim a piece of this settlement without proof of purchase. The minimum payment is $20, but you can claim more if you have proof of purchase. You can also click here and check out the FAQ section to confirm you are entitles to a refund.

Click here to fill out your form today.

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