Millions of Americans will receive Three Deadlines, however, quick action will be necessary to prevent losing out on up to $25,000 in compensation.
This Month Of January Three Deadlines Of Payments Will Be Coming To You!
A big deadline passed for a universal basic income program in Chelsea, Massachusetts, and several Americans will be part of and will receive three payments ranging from $200 and $400, which will be paid every month.
Keurig 36 Count K-Cup Pod – up to $36
In 2018, a class action lawsuit was filed against the coffee company Keurig Dr. Pepper for allegedly deceiving customers about how simple it is to recycle their goods. While the company has settled 10, claims, it reached a $ 10 million settlement in 2022.
As result, families that bought single-serving K-Cup in the US between June 8, 2016, and August 8, 2022, are eligible to receive up to $36 worth of cash. For every 10 pods purchased, the return is worth 35 cents, or $3.50 for a purchase of 100. The most that may be claimed is $5 per family without a receipt.
The deadline for submitting online claims is on Monday, January 9, so there are just a few days left.
New Jersey Tax Rebate – up to $1,500
New Jersey‘s enhanced property tax refund program, valued at up to $1,500 includes renters as well as homeowners as eligible participants. Income will determine the payment amount and whether residents qualify or not.
The New Jersey Department of Treasury has determined that the following organization are qualified for a specific amount of money.
- $1,500 for homeowners making up to $150,000
- $1,000 for homeowners earning between $150,000 and $250,000
- Up to $150,000 in annual rent of $450
In Addition to income, you must have owned or rented a home on October 1, 2019, and filed or be exempt from state taxes. The state’s ANCHOR (Affordable New Jersey Communities for Homeowners and Renters) property tax program is available to almost two million households.
T-Mobile has also agreed to pay 76 million consumers a total of $ 350 million in the settlement under the agreement while California residents would receive $100. In addition, the corporation will pay up to $25,000 for any expenses incurred in time or money spent recouping from fraud or identity theft related to the incident.