Settlement Awards may be subject to a pro-rata reduction based on the total number of authorised claims that are submitted; awards may not exceed $50 for each valid claim, deadline 30 March 2024 for claiming.
Vizio Settlement Claim Form
Vizio TVs may now owe money to consumers who were misled by their “effective” refresh rates, according to a class action lawsuit in California. The claims are based on motion clarity technology, not the actual refresh rate.
Although Vizio has denied any misconduct on its part, it has consented to a $3 million settlement that will cover all Vizio TVs bought in California between April 30, 2014 and the final court ruling. As of right present, the final approval hearing is scheduled for June 20, 2024.
People who file claims before March 30, 2024, may be eligible for compensation of up to $50. This is the link to the claim form://www.refreshrateclassaction.com/Home/ClaimForm. Claims must be submitted by March 30, 2024.
Additionally, Vizio promised to “provide enhanced services and a limited one-year warranty to all Settlement Class Members” in addition to ceasing to sell its TVs in this manner.
How to File a Vizio Settlement Claim Form?
If you want this Vizio Settlement Claim then you must submit a claim form by 30 March 2024. A direct form link has also been given above. Here are the step-by-step instructions to fill out the form:
- Navigate to www.RefreshRateClassAction.com.
- Here you may find the option “Claim Form.”
- The Settlement Notice that was received or emailed to you has your Notice ID in the upper right corner containing a 9 9-digit notice ID which will be used for registration.
- Tab on it and fill up the required personal information such as name, address, city, state, zip code, email, mobile number, etc.
- Then you need to put your television information such as purchase date, model, etc.
- Then you need to attach the required documents about your purchase.
- Lastly, double-check your information and submit your form.
How Much is Vizio Settlement Claim and Who is Eligible?
In order to resolve a class-action lawsuit over TV refresh rates, Vizio has agreed to pay $3 million. The Verge reported that the complaint was filed in 2018 and claimed that the business had used “false and deceptive” marketing to promote its “effective” refresh rates of 120Hz and 240Hz.
If you bought a Vizio television in California after April 30, 2014, you probably get a portion of that $3 million. Individuals will get settlement rewards up to $50, and the amount will be reduced pro rata based on the total number of accepted claims that are finally submitted.
Payments will be made separately and apart from the Settlement payment for any incentive payment to the Class Representatives, notice and administrative expenses, and an attorneys’ fee award that will be decided by the Court.
Up to seven televisions may be claimed for each residential residence. A Settlement Class Member is also limited to claiming a maximum of seven TVs.
What is the Vizio Settlement Lawsuit?
VIZIO is accused in the case of advertising certain of its televisions as questions, in violation of the California Unfair Competition Law, the California Consumers Legal Remedies Act, and the California False Advertising Law.
The refresh rate that works best for you might be “120Hz” or “240Hz.” This is what VIZIO disputes. The “effective refresh rate” advertised for Vizio’s televisions was 120 Hz, however the real refresh rate was probably far lower.
Vizio promised to stop using misleading advertising techniques, provide improved services, and honour a one-year guarantee, even though it denied any wrongdoing.
Although they differ on the trial’s feasibility, the plaintiff and Settlement Class have agreed to remedy. In addition to halting advertising, VIZIO will give improved services, a limited warranty, and a $3,000,000 complete settlement and claim release.
Where and When will the Court Make its Decision about the Settlement’s Approval?
On June 20, 2024, at 10:00 a.m., the Superior Court of California for the County of Los Angeles, located at 312 N. Spring StLos Angeles, CA 90012, will host a Final Approval Hearing where the Court will decide whether or not to approve the Settlement.
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