On December 2, 2021 the Superior Court of California, San Francisco Division, preliminarily approved a proposed class action settlement involving four class action lawsuits involving approximately 34 million customers that had been filed around the country. DeNittis Osefchen Prince, P.C. was appointed co-lead counsel with the law firm of Hattis & Lukacs. Specifically, Plaintiffs Anastasha Barba, James Andrews, Anna Nemykina and Brenda Tripicchio (the “Named Plaintiffs”) filed a lawsuit against Old Navy on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated. The lawsuit alleges that Old Navy engaged in deceptive advertising by advertising false reference prices on merchandise in-store and online at Old Navy and Old Navy Outlet Stores in the United States.
Old Navy denies each and every one of the allegations of unlawful conduct, any wrongdoing, and any liability whatsoever, and no court or other entity has made any judgment or other determination of any liability. Old Navy further denies that any Class Member is entitled to any relief and, other than for settlement purposes, that this Action is appropriate for certification as a class action.
IF ANY PERSON MADE ONE OR MORE IN-STORE OR ONLINE PURCHASES AT OLD NAVY OR OLD NAVY OUTLET STORE IN THE UNITED STATES, EXCLUDING PURCHASES MADE WHILE IN MISSOURI, BETWEEN NOVEMBER 12, 2015 AND DECEMBER 2, 2021, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE AN AWARD TO USE IN-STORE OR ONLINE WITH ANY OF THESE STORES IN THE FUTURE FOR FUTURE PURCHASES.
Old Navy has agreed to provide Class Members with a Settlement Purchase Certificate(s) good for purchase in an Old Navy Factory store. The number and amount of Settlement Purchase Certificate(s) available to each Class Member depends on the total of the Class Member’s Qualifying Purchases made between November 12, 2015 and December 2, 2021. A Class Member who submits a timely and sufficient Claim Form (“Authorized Claimant”) shall be able to select the form of Settlement Purchase Certificate the Class Member believes he or she is eligible to receive on the Claim Form.
1. A Tier 1 Authorized Claimant is one who does not submit proof of Qualifying Purchase(s), or submits proof of Qualifying Purchase(s) that are less than $90.00, with his or her timely and valid Claim Form. To each Tier 1 Authorized Claimant, Old Navy shall issue one (1) Settlement Purchase Certificate for $5 for any purchase or off any purchase (no minimum purchase required).
2. Tier 2 Authorized Claimants: A Tier 2 Authorized Claimant is one who has Qualifying Purchase(s) during the Class Period totaling $90.00 or more and submits proof of such purchase(s) with their timely and valid Claim Form. To each Tier 2 Authorized Claimant, Old Navy shall issue two (2) Settlement Purchase Certificates for a total value of $10 for any purchase or off any purchase (no minimum purchase required).
Settlement Purchase Certificates are single-use vouchers usable for the purchase of merchandise and will be valid for 1 year. No more than two of the Settlement Purchase Certificates can be used on a single transaction. The Settlement Purchase Certificates may be used on items that are on sale or otherwise discounted. The Settlement Purchase Certificates shall not be redeemable for cash, may not be used to purchase gift cards, will not be replaced if lost, stolen or damaged, and if there is any balance left after the single permitted use, the balance will be forfeited. The Settlement Purchase Certificates are transferable
In order to receive a Settlement Purchase Certificate, you must submit a completed Claim Form. A Claim Form is available at the following website: www.ONPricingSettlement.com. The Claim Form may be submitted electronically or by postal mail. Read the instructions carefully, fill out the form, and postmark it by May 31, 2022 or submit it online on or before 11:59 p.m. (Pacific) on www.ONPricingSettlement.com.
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