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You may be eligible to obtain $2.50 for each purchase of a Product for up to ten (10) Products without Proof of Purchase and unlimited Products with Proof of Purchase

Deadline:
October 23, 2017


If you are a United States resident who purchased certain Honest Diapering, Cleaning or Personal Care products between January 17, 2012 and July 10, 2017, you might be entitled to either a Check or a Credit usable at Honest.com.

Why did I get this notice?
A settlement ("Settlement") has been proposed in a class action lawsuit pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ("Court") with the title and case number: In re Honest Marketing Litigation, S.D.N.Y. Case No. 16‑cv‑01125 ("Action"). According to available records, you might be a "Class Member." The purpose of this notice is to inform you of the Action and the Settlement so that you may decide what steps to take in relation to it.

What is the Action about?
The Action was filed against The Honest Company, Inc. ("Honest") by several consumers alleging Honest engaged in unfair and deceptive practices related to its marketing, labeling and advertising certain Honest products. Honest denies wrongdoing and liability and both sides disagree on how much, if anything, the Class could have recovered after trial. The court has not decided which side is right. But both sides have agreed to settle the case and provide certain benefits to Honest customers in order to avoid the costs of continued litigation.

Am I a Class Member?
You are a "Class Member" if you are a U.S. resident and between January 17, 2012 and July 10, 2017, you purchased, and did not return, a Product. Excluded from the Class are companies that purchased the Products at wholesale for resale, Defendant's Counsel, Defendant's officers and directors, and the judge presiding over the Action. The list of "Products" is available by clicking HERE.
What relief does the Settlement provide? The Settlement provides a Settlement Amount of $7,350,000 to pay (1) claims of eligible Class Members; (2) the costs of Settlement administration and notice costs; (3) attorneys' fees and expenses to Class counsel; and (4) incentive awards to plaintiffs. If you are a Class Member, you are eligible to receive a share of the Settlement Amount, by claiming $2.50 for each purchase of a Product for up to ten (10) Products without Proof of Purchase and unlimited Products with Proof of Purchase for either your choice of U.S. Dollars or a Credit for a future purchase at Honest.com, with the actual value of the share depending on the amount you paid for the Products you purchased and the number of timely and valid claims submitted by Class Members. To receive a Settlement award you must timely complete and submit a valid Claim Form. A Claim Form is available by clicking HERE. The deadline to submit a Claim Form is October 23, 2017. If you elect to complete a Claim Form, your Class Member Identification Number is: and your Confirmation Code is: .

What are my other options?
If you don't want to be legally bound by the Settlement, you must exclude yourself by October 23, 2017, or you won't be able to sue Honest about the legal claims in the Action ever again. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by October 23, 2017. The detailed notice available at www.THCmarketingsettlement.comexplains how to request exclusion or object. The Court will hold a hearing on December 8, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. to consider whether to approve the Settlement and a request by the lawyers representing all Class Members for up to $2,450,000 in attorneys' fees and costs, and for the nine class representatives' requests for $5,000 (each) for their services. You may ask to appear at the hearing, but you don't have to.

More information?
For complete information about the Settlement, to view the Settlement Agreement, related Court documents and Claim Form, and to learn more about how to exercise your various options under the Settlement, visit www.THCmarketingsettlement.comor call 1‑855‑345‑8544. You may also write to the Claims Administrator at the email address THCsettlement@AdministratorClassAction.com or the postal address Honest Marketing Litigation Settlement, c/o Claims Administrator, 1801 Market Street, Suite 660, Philadelphia, PA 19103.

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We've ordered a bundle every month for 2 years! Thanks for posting.
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I bought lots of their stuff from Costco, who keeps receipts for the baby shampoo and all that stuff?

but one thing with these class action suits, is this:
$2,450,000 in attorneys' fees and costs
WTF.
If there wasn't this much money in these things, lawyers wouldn't care. Damn.
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I bought lots of their stuff from Costco, who keeps receipts for the baby shampoo and all that stuff?

but one thing with these class action suits, is this:
$2,450,000 in attorneys' fees and costs
WTF.
If there wasn't this much money in these things, lawyers wouldn't care. Damn.
When you succeed in the USA, everyone wants a piece of your pie.
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When you succeed in the USA, everyone wants a piece of your pie.
well, if the companies are dishonest...they have it coming
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They're requesting a lot of specific information. You have to tell them where you bought it, store name & location, month & year purchased, product purchased, quantity purchased, total amount paid...who'd remember all that? All for $2.50 a pop max, limit 10 without receipts, even if I had the receipts - what a waste of time for peanuts...PEANUTS!
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well, if the companies are dishonest...they have it coming
Generally, the company has done nothing wrong, or what they've done wrong is trivial.

These class action suits exist mostly to pad the pockets of the lawyers.
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Litigious society, what a shame.
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The honest company that is not. Now about to be poached by many honest customers who are not. I refuse to participate. I am taking the high road. I never used their products.
Bully for me, reps are my stock in trade.
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They're requesting a lot of specific information. You have to tell them where you bought it, store name & location, month & year purchased, product purchased, quantity purchased, total amount paid...who'd remember all that? All for $2.50 a pop max, limit 10 without receipts, even if I had the receipts - what a waste of time for peanuts...PEANUTS!
It is to the best of your knowledge. I generally know where I shop and about how often. Exact days, no way. Your best guesstimate is all that is required.
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When you succeed in the USA, everyone wants a piece of your pie.

Welcome to America. Freedom to talks and sues . Gotta loves this country...
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Free money.
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Litigious society, what a shame.
you can tell by your avatar you voted for the guy who has filed more frivulous lawsuits than he has filed for shell companys, did you not know who you voted for?
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It is to the best of your knowledge. I generally know where I shop and about how often. Exact days, no way. Your best guesstimate is all that is required.
And receipts, I see someone mentioned max 10 without limits but still, it's a hassle. I'll check with COSCO to see if they can give me dates i bought them.
Yeah sure, this is just for lawyers to make money. Not saying they should be paying us to begin with, but they shouldn't be paying lawyers either.
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Stinking rotten lawyers should have a 10% fee cap.
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