A proposed settlement of a consolidated class action lawsuit affects you if you purchased in the United States a new uncoated Apple First Generation iPod nano (referred to here as the “iPod nano”). These iPod nanos were first sold beginning in September 2005, and have a black or white plastic front and a stainless steel back. Some but not all of the First Generation iPod nanos were uncoated. The settlement will provide cash payments to qualified purchasers. To qualify for settlement benefits, you must have purchased in the United States a new uncoated First Generation iPod nano and experienced scratching of your iPod nano that impaired your use or enjoyment of your iPod nano. The Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles authorized this Notice. The Court will have a hearing to consider whether to approve the settlement.
Did anyone get this in their email ? ?
People are suing over their scratched products ? ?
Loc: Petaluma, CA
I remember when this lawsuit happened. Remarkable this is still going on. The few people I know that had one ask me to check it out. Oh my God, they are scratched all to hell. "How did you take care of it?", I ask. "I dunno, I just throw it into my purse, or pocket, or backpack, or WHATEVER". No wonder they are scratched. To most people, it's just another disposable item, but expect them to last forever. Anyone who pays the price of these high tech expensive gadgets should treat them with care. Oh, suuuuuurrrrrrrrre!
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