- You could have money coming if you bought Lomacker Quadratini wafers from 2010 to 2015.
- A class action lawsuit claims these items were branded as “all natural” when they actually weren’t
- The defendant will pay out over $1,000,000 in damages, to be distributed between the legal teams and the class action participants
If you purchased Loacker Quadratini wafers from March 6, 2010 to Sept. 3, 2015, you could have some free money coming your way! A class action lawsuit alleges that Loacker claimed their products were “all natural” and “natural” when they in fact included ingredients that were not natural. For people that are choosing to eat all natural, it’s not hard to see why this could be a potential problem. Loacker mislabeling their products could very easily lead to customers eating a product they never would have otherwise.
Loacker denies that they did anything wrong in this matter, but they have agreed to settle this case out of court to avoid the hassle and headache of legal proceedings. The total funds available in the Loacker lawsuit is a little over $1,000,000. This amount will be paid out between the class claimants and the lawyers in the case. How much money each individual person will receive from Loacker depends on how many people file eligible claims.
If you plan to submit a claim in the Loacker class action lawsuit, you will need to have your claim in by November 30, 2015. A final hearing in this case will happen around the end of January, 2016. If you have submitted an eligible claim, you can expect it to be paid out by March of 2016.
To contact the claims administrator in the Loacker lawsuit:
- Use the “contact us” form on the class action website. A phone number or physical mailing address for Loacker has not been provided