Bought Milk? You Could be Entitled to a Refund
Believe it or not, if you've purchased milk or milk products in the Granite State during the last 14 years, you could have some money coming your way.
New Hampshire is one of 15 states involved in a class action lawsuit against milk producers that was settled for $52 million. (Massachusetts is the only other New England state involved in the lawsuit)
In order to be eligible, the milk or milk products have to have been purchased from a grocery store or other retailer in one of the following states:
Arizona, California, the District of Columbia, Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, or Wisconsin.
Payment amounts vary depending on the number of claims submitted, but may amount up to $70 per claim. No proof of purchase is needed for the claim.
Hurry, you claim has to be submitted by Jan. 31.
*FYI - This is printed on the website where you are asked to submit your info...
The number of claimants to date has exceeded predictions, so the expected payout is now lower than originally stated on the settlement website.