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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Harbor Freight Class Action Settlement March 2017: $23 Million In Payout To Consumers

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Have you shopped at a Harbor Freight store any time between April 8th, 2011 and December 15th, 2016?

If you did, you may be eligible for a free $10 Harbor Freight gift card -- with no receipts or supporting documentation required!

Harbor Freight recently settled a class action lawsuit which claimed that Harbor Freight violated the law by advertising merchandise as "on sale" or "comp at" that had not been sold at the stated regular or "comp at" price for 28 of the preceding 90 days.

Harbor Freight admits no wrong-doing.

No proof of purchase is necessary to obtain settlement benefits of a $10 gift card -- you just need to go here to complete and print this claim form, then mail it no later than August 7, 2017.

NOTE: If you do not have a Claimant ID No. and Control No., you will need to check the box on the claim form that indicates that.

If you do have supporting documentation, though -- either itemized receipts or credit/debit card statements will be accepted -- you could earn up to either 20% off your purchase price back in cash, or up to 30% back via a Harbor Freight gift card.  Go here for more details on that option.

Thanks to Hip2Save for the alert on this!

Submit your claim for the Harbor Freight class action lawsuit settlement here.

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