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You Are Owed $20 From The Canadian Government Here's How To Get It

And you don't even need a receipt.
You Are Owed $20 From The Canadian Government Here's How To Get It

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If you happen to have purchased any electronics between 1999 and 2002, then you paid too much for it and you're entitled to a refund.

A recent class action lawsuit found that certain manufacturers of electronics were guilty of price fixing an essential electronic components found in MP3 players, computers, printers and gaming consoles. The out of court settlement called for $80 million in settlement money to be distributed amongst Canadian consumers.

According to NewsWire, all Canadians and Canadian businesses who purchased these electronics between April 1, 1999 and June 30, 2002 are eligible for a part of the settlement. Any Canadian 18 and older can fill in the form to request money.

Every Montrealer is automatically entitled to a minimum$20 without receipts simply by signing up to You can claim more as long you have proof of your purchases such as credit card statements or receipts.

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