If you bought DRAM or products containing DRAM (computers, printers, video game consoles, or other electronic devices) between 1998 and 2002, you can qualify for a minimum recovery of $10 when you file your claim for the DRAM class action lawsuit settlement.
File Your Claim
In order to get money from the settlement, you must Submit a Claim Form on DRAMClaims.com by August 1, 2014.
Amount of Claim Settlements
The minimum recovery is $10, while larger purchasers could receive $1,000 or more.
No Proof of Purchase Required for Small Claims
You do not need to submit proof of your purchases with your claim form.
However, keep any documentation relating to your purchases in case the claims administrator requests any proof.
Large claims will likely be required to supply proof of purchases.
What is DRAM?
DRAM is a memory part that is sold by itself or as part of electronic devices such as computers, printers, and video game consoles.
What is the Settlement About?
Supposedly, the defendants fixed the price of DRAM, causing individuals and businesses to pay more for DRAM and DRAM-containing devices.
You are included in the class if you meet the following criteria:
- You are a person or business that purchased DRAM or a device containing DRAM.
- Your purchase was made anytime from January 1, 1998, through December 31, 2002.
- Your purchase was made in the United States, which includes Puerto Rico, the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. territories, or from a seller located in the United States.
- Your DRAM purchase was not made directly from any of the DRAM manufacturers.
Take advantage of these other Class Action Settlement Funds as well if you purchased qualifying products.
A lot of people will probably qualify for this claim, as DRAM is used in many common electronic devices, and it’s unlikely that many people would save receipts from over 10 years ago, so don’t be afraid to file your claim (especially small claims) even if you don’t have your proof of purchase anymore.