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Reebok Settle: Request A Refund if You Have Purchased Reebok "Tone" Collection
The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, charged Reebok with making claims about EasyTone and RunTone shoes that the company couldn’t support. According to the FTC, Reebok claimed that using these products would strengthen and tone leg and butt muscles.
To settle the case, Reebok has agreed to pay $25 million for refunds to people who bought Reebok toning shoes or apparel.
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Use this claim form only if you bought eligible Reebok shoes or apparel from December 5, 2008 to October 12, 2011. The eligible Reebok shoes and apparel are listed below.
All claim forms must be electronically submitted no later than April 10, 2012.
You must have bought before October 12, 2011 to be eligible. Do not buy them now just for the refund, it will not count.
Last edited by chanljade; 01-10-2012 at 11:43 AM..
ha these shoes were pretty lame... Hopefully people who bought them didnt have any real expectations about "toning up" and I wonder if the sketcher version of these are gonna refunded too. I think sketcher was the one who had the original lazy person shoe.
This is very helpful!!! There was just a Slick Deal for these shoes from foot locker. I bought a pair for like $24 and may be getting $100 back as refund!! WOOT!!
I think it said up to or no more than $50 for shoes... but anything would be great. I still love my shoes even though they didnt make my butt look like the girl in the ads!
So I was wrong - from the actual page:
Payment amounts to eligible consumers will vary depending upon, among other factors, the product(s) purchased and the number and amounts claimed by all eligible consumers. The amount could be more (up to double), the same, or less than $50 for each pair of Eligible Shoes, $40 for each EasyTone Capri and EasyTone Pants, and $25 for each EasyTone Sleeveless Shirt, EasyTone Long Bra Top and EasyTone Short Sleeve Top.
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