LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Consumers who purchased a Mega-T brand weight loss product for personal use could get up to $60 or more back through a class action lawsuit settlement.
The makers of the Mega-T dietary supplements have set aside a $2.5 million Common Fund to settle the Class Action Lawsuit, Denise Wally, et al. v. CCA Industries, Inc. Case No. BC422833 filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
U.S. consumers who purchased Mega-T Ultra, Mega-T Plus, Mega-T Effervescent, Mega-T Green Tea Dietary Supplement and/or Mega-T Dietary Supplement between Sept 29, 2005 and June 9, 2010, are may be able to receive payment. For more details about the settlement or to file a claim, go to www.Mega-Tsettlement.com
The lawsuit was officially brought by Denise Wally, et al. and claims that CCA Industries, Inc. made improper statements in its labeling and advertising of the Mega-T Ultra, Mega-T Plus, Mega-T Effervescent, Mega-T Green Tea Dietary Supplement and/or Mega-T Dietary Supplement products.
CCA Industries has denied any wrongdoing whatsoever, and is settling the case to avoid the expense and inconvenience of further legal action.
The Court has preliminarily appointed the law firm of Milstein, Adelman, & Kreger, LLP to represent the Class as Plaintiffs’ Lead Class Counsel.
In addition to submitting a claim form to ask for payment, consumers can ask to be excluded from, or object to, the settlement. Claim forms must be submitted online or postmarked no later than Sept. 2, 2010. The deadline for exclusions and objections is Sept. 2, 2010.
For more information: http://www.Mega-Tsettlement.com; call toll-free: 1-888-287-9822; or write to: Settlement Administrator, Mega-T Objections, PO Box 4153, Portland, OR 97208-4153.
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