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July Class Action Rebates - no proof required on most

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LOL. lawyers
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You do realize that you are committing perjury right? If you are lying about this, you open yourself up to a lawsuit/jail
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"I get at least three checks a month - two were for $30 just last month."
You're a genuine, really-truly affected party in at least three class actions a month?
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You're a genuine, really-truly affected party in at least three class actions a month?
As if anyone is. lol
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You got to be pretty cheap or just low down to lower yourself to obtaining under false pretense class action lawsuit money.
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You do realize that you are committing perjury right? If you are lying about this, you open yourself up to a lawsuit/jail
The population is merely following our "leaders" like Obama, Clinton, and Trump. And no, no one is "going to jail" (or even facing litigation) over making up class action claims. Most of these require no proof, and the lawyers (including the judge) know that many fraudulent submissions will occur.

NEITHER AM I ADVOCATING IT.

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As if anyone is. lol
I honestly apply only for class actions where I have been a customer of the involved product. I submit about once a month. So I guess you're right. Big Grin
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Last edited by norcalnative_707 July 2, 2016 at 12:55 PM
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You got to be pretty cheap or just low down to lower yourself to obtaining under false pretense class action lawsuit money.
Again, the population is merely following the "moral" and "ethical" standards set by our "leaders" and by the lawyers pursuing these cases. "Low down" describes 98% of the population of "inside the beltway" and "attorneys at law."

Do I condone outright lying? No. Do I understand it? Absolutely.
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no one can prove perjury because there's no way to prove anyone was lying while under oath. i can't see how you can prove someone signed off on a sworn statement. how do you know someone's cousin didn't fill it out for them? how do you know if the internet screwed up and the buttons were mislabeled? or the display on my screen didn't render. or, at the time, you thought you were ok but later you found out you were mistaken but you couldn't undo. those are just examples (may or may not be true) or a hundred other valid explanations. not going to be any perjury charges but i can certainly see fraud charges if someone took money they are not entitled to and they fully knew it at the time. at that point, the dollar amount is going to be a factor which basically means it's no use coming after folks because defendant is probably going to pay out same amount regardless.

so i'm not saying go do this and i don't condone committing crimes, but the public cannot let these defendants wave the perjury/fraud flag in their face in order to control the size of the class. it's a common tactic and you can tell when the terms and conditions are so vague or so impossible to decipher that people rather not join because they feel they need to be 100% sure else they get in trouble. it's not so.

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OP must be a Sanders supporter.
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Price will increase after the lawsuit.
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We also need to cleanup our problem with giving disability to anyone who has a bad knee, but that's a problem for another day.
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