Speers v. Reader’s Digest Settlement
This matter has been settled. The Court approved this settlement by an Order dated Thursday November 18, 2010.
The following notice has been disseminated to potential class members according to the above order: Notice
All persons who meet the definition of the class in the order are eligible to file a claim for a refund to Reader’s Digest.
The definition is as follows:
“Any individuals in Canada who purchased products from Reader’s Digest Association of Canada ULC through promotional offers that may have contained sweepstake entries between March 2006 and the present date (the “Claim Period”) and who participate in the Settlement Protocol and do not opt out.
For any class members who can demonstrate they were under an incapacity at the time they purchased products, Reader’s Digest will maintain the discretion to extend the Claim Period, and such class members may request that the arbitrator extend the Claim Period applying requisite legal principles relating to extension of limitation periods.”
On What Basis Might a Refund be Given?
Click below for a non-exhaustive list of reasons which could form the basis for a refund.
Claims must be filed on or before October 13, 2011.
Click below for the claims protocol which will govern the claims process.
If you wish to file a claim, the following claims form must be provided to the Director of Customer Experience at Reader’s Digest, Attention: Jason Leclerc, PERSONAL & CONFIDENTIAL 1100 Rene-Levesque Blvd. West, Montreal, Quebec h2B 5H5 on or before October 13, 2011.
Class counsel can assist you. Please contact class counsel at
readersdigestsettlement [at] harrisonpensa [dot] com or (519) 675-4128 or 1-800-263-0489 ext.128 with any questions.