If you bought electronics in Canada between 1999 and 2002, you can file for a minimum $20 rebate thanks to several class-action lawsuits involving price-fixing.
Anyone who purchased a product with DRAM (dynamic random access memory) can now file a claim for a minimum $20 reimbursement at themoneyismine.ca—a website set up for Canadian consumers.
No receipt or proof of purchases is required to claim the minimum $20 compensation but “some documents might be required depending on the size of the claim,” according to the website. The deadline to file a claim is June 23, 2015.
Here’s the list of electronics eligible for the cash rebate:
- Desktop computers
- Laptop computers
- DVD players
- Personal digital assistants
- Graphic cards
- Personal video recorders (PVRs)
- Digital video recorders
- Video game consoles
- MP3 players
- Memory modules
- Computer-based point-of-sale systems