CANADIAN DRAM NATIONAL CLASS ACTIONS
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Settlements have been reached in the Canadian DRAM national class actions, totaling over $79 million.
What is DRAM and who can get money from the settlements?
Dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is a form of computer memory that is contained in computers and many other electronic devices.
You (individuals, businesses and governmental entities) can get money from the settlements if you bought DRAM or electronic devices containing DRAM between April 1, 1999 and June 30, 2002. Products that qualify include:
- computers (laptops or desktops)
- memory modules
- graphics cards
- video game consoles
- DVD players
- personal digital assistants (PDAs)
- MP3 players
- personal video recorder (PVR)/TiVo/digital video recorders
- computer based point of sale systems
- all other products that contain DRAM
How do I apply for money?
You can apply for money by completing an online form.
The simplified claim takes less than 3 minutes to complete!
You must complete the form by June 23, 2015
Everyone who qualifies will receive at least $20, and possibly more depending on the quantity of electronic devices containing DRAM purchased.
If you bought DRAM or electronic devices containing DRAM for manufacturing purposes, resale or purposes other than personal use, you may receive much more depending on the amount you purchased and your position in the distribution chain.
Time Left to Submit a claim
June 23, 2015