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Charmin Flushable Wipes Settlement ($4.20 cash back w/ no receipts or up to $30 cash back w/ receipts)

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If you have purchased any Charmin Flushable Wipes anytime between April 6, 2011 and November 26, 2018, you may be eligible for free cash back through a class action settlement.

Fill out the form and submit online. Make sure to submit your request before February 28, 2019.

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If you don't keep your receipts, you are still allowed to request a refund for up to 7 products. You can claim for $0.60 per purchased pack of Charmin Flushable Wipes, up to $4.20 in cash with no proof needed.

If you did keep receipts for any of these products, you can submit a claim for up to $30.00 in cash.
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Thanks. I switched to Walmart but used to buy these.
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Apparently I still had order confirmations for these wipes in my email accounts dated a few years ago from Drugstore.com and Walmart online.
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I can't find the "why". What does the lawsuit claim they did or didn't do?
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Awesome, thanks for sharing
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I can't find the "why". What does the lawsuit claim they did or didn't do?
In one lawsuit (Pettit v. Procter & Gamble Company), the Plaintiff asserts that, although the packaging on the Freshmates wipes states that the wipes are "flushable," "septic safe," and "safe for sewer and septic systems," the wipes are not suitable for disposal by flushing down a toilet, are not regarded as flushable by municipal sewage system operators, do not disperse upon flushing, and routinely damage or clog plumbing pipes, septic systems, and sewage lines and pumps.
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In one lawsuit (Pettit v. Procter & Gamble Company), the Plaintiff asserts that, although the packaging on the Freshmates wipes states that the wipes are "flushable," "septic safe," and "safe for sewer and septic systems," the wipes are not suitable for disposal by flushing down a toilet, are not regarded as flushable by municipal sewage system operators, do not disperse upon flushing, and routinely damage or clog plumbing pipes, septic systems, and sewage lines and pumps.
Ohh thanks. I feel like 60¢ per package isn't remotely compensation enough for potentially messing up your septic system.
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Looks like all the slickdealers complaining in the flushable wipe threads finally paid off.

I have been flushing them for years and never had a problem.
lol, yet
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In one lawsuit (Pettit v. Procter & Gamble Company), the Plaintiff asserts that, although the packaging on the Freshmates wipes states that the wipes are "flushable," "septic safe," and "safe for sewer and septic systems," the wipes are not suitable for disposal by flushing down a toilet, are not regarded as flushable by municipal sewage system operators, do not disperse upon flushing, and routinely damage or clog plumbing pipes, septic systems, and sewage lines and pumps.
Yes, this will teach them! Pay back a fraction of your ill gotten gains when busted... lesson learned I'm sure
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Looks like all the slickdealers complaining in the flushable wipe threads finally paid off.

I have been flushing them for years and never had a problem.
It may not be you with the problem, more likely it's your local wastewater treatment plant.
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I can't find the "why". What does the lawsuit claim they did or didn't do?
They're not edible.
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They're not edible.
Then why do they taste so dang good?
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It may not be you with the problem, more likely it's your local wastewater treatment plant.
This is exactly it. I saw an image of a clump in a sewer system. It was at least 12'x12'. They don't break down, just adhere to each other.
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