All consumers in California who from June 1, 2011 through April 1, 2016:
(1) possess a Karl Strauss Brewing Company gift card with a balance of less than $10.00;
(2) possess a Karl Strauss Brewing Company gift card which contains the following sentence: “This card will not be replaced if lost or stolen and the user will not be issued any cash back;” or
- (3) possessed a gift card with a balance of less than $10.00, but disposed of it upon being informed by a Karl Strauss employee that it could not be redeemed for cash or because the gift card contained the sentence ‘This card will not be replaced if lost or stolen and the user will not be issued any cash back.’”
About How Much Money
What Proof is Needed
Class Members who claim, through the online form, to have disposed of a gift card with a remaining balance less than $10.00 as a result of being informed by a Karl Strauss employee that redemption for cash was not permissible, or by the language on the gift card prohibiting cash back, will receive a replacement gift card with a $9.99 balance which can be used at any Karl Strauss location in California, without an additional purchase requirement.
Rosalee Kitaen v. Karl Strauss, case no. 37-2015-00018133-CU-BT-NC (the “Action”). California Superior Court for the County of San Diego entitled
The Settlement resolved the Action involving Plaintiff’s claims that Defendant failed to redeem gift cards for cash, upon request, when the remaining balance on the gift card was less than $10.00. Defendant dened any wrongdoing. The Parties concluded it is in their best interests to settle the Action to avoid the expense and uncertainty of ongoing litigation. The Court did not decide which side was right, but both sides agreed to the Settlement.
Amount Available for Settlement
Where to File Form for Claim
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