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Did You Buy Bertolli Olive Oil?? SIGN UP BELOW TO GET YOUR REFUND FROM THE SETTLEMENT!! Get Back Up to $25 Back!

Did You Buy Bertolli Olive Oil?? SIGN UP BELOW TO GET YOUR REFUND FROM THE SETTLEMENT!! Get Back Up to $25 Back!. You do NOT need your old receipts, just let them know how many bought and you are done. If you do have your receipts there is no limit to the amount you can claim. If there are NOT a lot of people claiming you can get up to $8.75 per bottle back. If many people sign up you may get from 75 cents to $1.50 per bottle up to a maximum of 5 bottles
  1. IF YOU ARE ON MOBILE AND HAVE TROUBLE SUBMITTING THE FORM THEN PLEASE TRY DESKTOP MORE ON YOUR MOBILE OR A COMPUTER. Also you can try hitting the "add payment button" (without adding anything) then try to submit, and see if that works for you
  2. CLICK HERE and sign up, click where it says file NEW CLAIM - It will ask when you purchased etc.. but you do NOT need receiptsAlso you can click here to read more about the settlement if you wish 
  3. You can claim up to 5 bottles without receipts or if you have receipts there is no limit how many you can claim. The value you get back depends on how many people sign up. Without receipts you will get a max of $25 back
  4. How much do you get?
    • Extra Virgin Olive Oil purchased between May 23, 2010 through December 31, 2015 $1.75 per bottle if many people sign up or $8.75 if not many people sign up
    • Extra Virgin Olive Oil purchased between January 1, 2016 through April 16, 2018 $0.75  per bottle if many people sign up or $3.75 each  if not many people sign up
    • Classico or Extra Light Olive Oil purchased between May 23, 2010 through December 31, 2015 $1.50 per bottle if many people sign up or $7.50 each if not many people sign up
  5. Why the settlement? The lawsuit alleges that that Deoleo marketed and sold its Bertolli brand of olive oil with the representation “Imported from Italy,” although most of the oil was extracted in countries other than Italy, from olives grown in those countries. The lawsuit also alleged that, with respect to the olive oil labeled “Extra Virgin,” Deoleo’s procurement, bottling, and distribution practices did not adequately ensure that the oil would meet the “extra virgin” standard through the date of retail sale or the “best by” date on the bottles
  6. The claim period ends on 8/9/18, that means you will not hear back from them for AT LEAST A YEAR. Please be patient, these things take a long time to make their way through the courts, but once it is settled you will get your money.