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If You Bought a CRT Screen (1995-2007), You have 3 days left to be Part of The $49 Million Settlement

If you bought a CRT (cathode ray tube) screen in Canada, whether it was for a computer screen or TV, you are eligible to claim a refund. No receipts are necessary, you just have to make your claim through this website. However if you’re going to do it you have to do it by the…

If you bought a CRT (cathode ray tube) screen in Canada, whether it was for a computer screen or TV, you are eligible to claim a refund. No receipts are necessary, you just have to make your claim through this website.

However if you’re going to do it you have to do it by the 1st of March.

What is a CRT screen?

A cathode-ray tube (CRT) screen is a screen that is made up of phosphors coated tubes which emit light when they are struck by electrons. This behaviour was used to create images for television and computer. The technology is now largely redundant.

Why can I get money for my CRT screen now?

In 2008 a class lawsuit was launched that alleged price-fixing in the Canadian CRT screen market. As of November 2018, the seven defendants (Chunghwa, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi, LG Electronics, Philips, Samsung SDI) have agreed to pay $49.8 million in settlements to consumers (without admitting wrong-doing)

Author: Daily Ting