A settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Ramos v. PVH Corporation, et al., Van Heusen Fake Sale Settlement
Van Heusen Fake Sale Settlement
Class members in the case contend that Van Heusen provided deceptive advertising practices by using fake reference prices on its merchandise.
Maria Ramos filed Ramos v. PVH Corporation, et al. on Sept. 23, 2016.
Who should file a claim?
Anyone in the U.S., who purchased one or more items at a Van Heusen location in California where a higher reference price was displayed between Jun. 1, 2012, and Oct. 2, 2018.
PLEASE NOTE IF YOU DO NOT QUALIFY FOR A SETTLEMENT DO NOT FILE A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT CLAIM.
Not only are you filing claims under penalty of perjury but you are also harming other eligible class members if you submit a fraudulent claim.
If you do not qualify for this settlement check out our list of No Proof Required Class Action Lawsuit Settlements.
Proof of purchase required?
No proof of purchase is required, but class members that do provide a proof of purchase will receive a higher settlement award.
Van Heusen Fake Sale Settlement Important Dates
- Jan. 16, 2019 – Claim Form Deadline
- April 4, 2019 – Final Hearing
Don’t Qualify for the Van Heusen Fake Sale Settlement?
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- Best Buy, Monster HDMI Cables Settlement
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Van Heusen Fake Sale Settlement Contact Points
- Mail – Ramos v PVH Corporation, c/o Claims Administrator, PO Box 60255, Philadelphia, PA 19102-0255
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Ramos v. PVH Corporation, et al., is listed as case number 34-2018-00234829 and is pending in the Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento.
Class members who file valid claims will be represented by Gene J. Stonebarger and Richard D. Lambert from the law firm of Stonebarger Law APC; and Thomas A. Kearney and Prescott W. Littlefield from the law firm of Kearney Littlefield LLP.
Van Heusen will be represented by Lary Alan Rappaport from the law firm of Proskauer Rose LLP.