Americans are about to receive free money from the $3.8 million pot after a generic brand product settlement from a pharmacy giant.
$3.8 Million in Free Money
Americans are about to receive free money from a pharmacy giant, CVS, after it agreed to pay a $3.8 million settlement even though it denied any wrongdoing. The company was accused of falsely advertising some of its products.
In a published article in The U.S. Sun, claimants for the settlement will be able to receive payments based on how many CVS-brand lidocaine products they purchased. Moreover, claims that the lidocaine patches could remain adhered for eight to 12 hours are also being challenged.
How To Claim Payments?
According to an article published in Bloomberg Law, those who would like to claim payments for the settlement should provide proof od purchase of CVS-branded lidocaine patches, creams, roll-ons and spray products marketed as “maximum strength.”
Furthermore, those who don’t have proof can still file a claim provided that these products are labeled by SKU number. Those who want a payment should file a claim on November 20, 2023 and those who have proof of purchase will receive more payments.