As a result of a class action settlement, customers in select states who purchased a new computer with an internal optical disc drive, stand-alone optical disc drive designed for internal use in a computer, or optical disc drive designed to be attached externally to a computer may be entitled to up to $10 per drive. The suit alleges that certain companies engaged in an unlawful conspiracy to raise, fix, maintain, or stabilize the price of optical disc drives at artificially high levels in violation of federal and state antitrust laws. Affected customers are those living in select states who purchased an optical disc drive between April 1, 2003 and December 31, 2008. Claims must be filed by July 1. Click here to find out more information about this suit.
Note that the optical disc drive must have been purchased for your own use and not resale.
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