Did you receive a mail about a class action settlement concerning Procter and Gamble urging judge to dismiss Gain false advertising? This review will help you partake in the class action settlement after confirming the authenticity of the mail.
What Is Procter & Gamble urging judge to dismiss Gain false advertising?
Tasha Callahan filed a class action lawsuit against The Procter & Gamble Co.
Callahan claims Procter & Gamble falsely advertises that certain containers of its Gain brand laundry detergent contain enough product to do 32 loads of laundry. The class action lawsuit was filed in Illinois federal court.
The plaintiff is represented by Spencer Sheehan of Sheehan & Associates PC.
Callahan, et al. v. The Procter & Gamble Co., Case No. 1:23-cv-02072, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
What Is This Class Action All About?
Procter & Gamble (P&G) falsely advertises certain containers of its Gain laundry detergent as containing enough detergent to do 32 loads of laundry, a new class action lawsuit alleges.
Plaintiff Tasha Callahan claims consumers who purchase the Gain laundry detergent marketed as having enough product for 32 loads of laundry would only be to do that many loads if they did the “smallest size load possible” each time.
Callahan claims unpublished data by P&G confirms “consumers would not expect loads of laundry to refer to the smallest possible amount of laundry they could put in their washing machine.”
“The majority of Americans who take advantage of the whole usable capacity of their washing machines will not be able to do 32 loads of laundry,” the class action states.
Callahan wants to represent an Illinois class and multistate consumer fraud class of individuals who have purchased Gain laundry detergent marketed as having enough product for 32 loads of laundry.
Who Is Eligible?
This settlement benefits all persons who purchased Gain laundry detergent marketed as containing enough product for 32 loads of laundry.
How To Be Part of This Settlement
To partake in this settlement, class member must submit a valid and timely claim on the settlement website.
What Is The Pay For This Settlement?
The pay for this settlement varies and the proof of purchase is not necessary.
As you submit your claim to the settlement website, just like Family files ‘forever chemicals’ lawsuit against 3M class action settlement we have reviewed, you’re doing so under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim.
Last Updated on August 14, 2023 by Precious