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Why Millions of Americans Can Claim Cash From Procter & Gamble? When is the Deadline?

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Claim your cash from Procter & Gamble's $8 million settlement. (Photo: LATIMES)

Millions of Americans across the country can claim cash as part of the settlement of the $8 million settlement of Procter & Gamble.

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Claim your cash from Procter & Gamble’s $8 million settlement. (Photo: LATIMES)

What’s Behind the $8 Million Settlement of Procter & Gamble?

The Procter & Gamble has agreed to pay $8 million settlement after a lawsuit was filed accusing the company selling products with a known carcinogen. According to a filed report, these products were sold between November 4, 2015, and December 31, 2021 that contained a flammable chemical called benzene that can cause cancer.

In December 2021, the Procter & Gamble voluntarily recalled its products after they claimed that they detected amounts of chemicals from their products they tested, according to a published report in the The U.S. Sun. These products include aerosol antiperspirants, deodorants, body sprays, dry shampoos, and dry conditioners.

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How Much You Can Claim?

Anyone can file a join in the settlement if you bought any of the products mentioned in the lawsuit. If you do not have any proof of purchase, you can claim up to three products and you can also claim a maximum cash benefit of $10.50 or vouchers for the specific products purchased from Procter & Gamble

Meanwhile, if you have proof of purchase, you can claim a reimbursement for every product you purchased from the company. However, you need to act as soon as possible because the deadline to apply to join the lawsuit will be on January 26.

Take note also that you should only apply if you are qualified because any statements make on the claim are made under penalty of perjury, and making false statements can be used against you.

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