Skechers Refund Form and Sketchers Settlement

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May 13th 2013 update- A federal judge has approved a $40 million dollar settlement. This will cover more than 520,000 claims. Those with approved claims will be able to get up to $80 per pair of Shape-Ups. The deadline to file your claim has passed and no new claims will be accepted. You can read the details here at ABC News.

Did you buy Sketchers Shape-Ups for toning? Consumers who bought select “toning” shoes will be eligible for refunds either directly from the FTC or as part of a class-action lawsuit, and can submit a claim.

Other Skechers shoe styles (Resistance Runner, Tone-ups, and Toners) are also part of the $40 million settlement that Sketchers will refund to consumers.

July 2012 update- It looks like the rebate form is no longer on the website and has been replaced with a toll free phone number to call: (866) 325-4186

If you purchased any of Skechers’ footwear called Shape-ups, Resistance Runner, Shape-ups Toners/Trainers, and Tone-ups since August 1, 2008, a proposed settlement may affect your rights.
A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit, captioned Grabowski v. Skechers U.S.A., Inc., No. 3:12-cv-00204 (W.D. Ky.). The lawsuit concerns claims that Skechers violated certain state laws and consumer protection statutes in connection with the marketing and sale of their toning shoes.
You may be a class member if you purchased eligible Skechers toning shoes since August 1, 2008, with limited exclusions. The Court has not yet ruled on whether the settlement should be preliminarily approved. The Court may not grant preliminary approval or may require certain changes to the proposed settlement. This website will be updated once the Court rules on the parties’ request for preliminary approval of the settlement.If the Court grants Preliminary Approval of the Proposed Settlement, you will have rights which you may wish to exercise, including rights to opt-out of the settlement or object.

If you’re unable to file a claim online, you may call us at (866) 325-4186 to request a paper claim form. Please note that paper claim forms will not be mailed until Preliminary Approval for the Proposed Settlement has been granted. A downloadable claim form will be available once Preliminary Approval has been granted. Please check this website frequently for updates. 

 

 

Here is the information from the website:

“If you purchased any of Skechers’ footwear called Shape-ups, Resistance Runner, Shape-ups Toners/Trainers, and Tone-ups since August 1, 2008, a proposed settlement may affect your rights.
A settlement has been proposed in a class action lawsuit, captioned Grabowski v. Skechers U.S.A., Inc., No. 3:12-cv-00204 (W.D. Ky.). The lawsuit concerns claims that Skechers violated certain state laws and consumer protection statutes in connection with the marketing and sale of their toning shoes.
You may be a class member if you purchased eligible Skechers toning shoes since August 1, 2008, with limited exclusions. The Court has not yet ruled on whether the settlement should be preliminarily approved. The Court may not grant preliminary approval or may require certain changes to the proposed settlement. This website will be updated once the Court rules on the parties’ request for preliminary approval of the settlement.If the Court grants preliminary approval of the proposed settlement, you will have rights which you may wish to exercise, including rights to opt-out of the settlement or object. Please check this website frequently for updates.WE ARE CURRENTLY EXPERIENCING VERY HIGH TRAFFIC TO THE ONLINE CLAIMS SUBMISSION WEBSITE.  YOU MAY EXPERIENCE A DELAY WHEN ATTEMPTING TO APPLY FOR A REFUND.  IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ACCESS THE WEBSITE, PLEASE TRY AGAIN IN A FEW MINUTES.  WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE.”

 




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