Did you know that settlements have been reached in the Canadian LCD price-fixing class actions, totaling more than $37.6 million? If you bought an electronic product, either for personal or business use, containing LCD panels or screens (such as a monitor, laptop, or TV) between January 1998 and December 2006, you might be eligible to file a claim and get some money from the settlement.

Deadline to complete the online claim form is Tuesday, December 9, 2014.

To file your online claim, visit http://www.lcdclassactioncanada.com.

Individual consumers can claim up to two LCD purchases per household without a receipt or other proof of purchase, and may claim for more if proof of purchase is available.

Businesses must provide receipts, accounting records or other documents that show their purchases or from which their purchases can be calculated. So dig into your accounting records from 1998 to 2006 and send in your claims today!

The website estimates that payment typically occurs a year or more after the class action claims deadline. For other useful information, please visit the above website and read their FAQ page.

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