You know the saying “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,” but now the cliche, “The gift that keeps on giving” may also apply to the gems.
If you purchased a diamond between January 1, 1994 and March 31, 2006, you may have some money coming to you. You do have to file a claim to get it. De Beers, the largest suppliers of rough diamonds in the world, was accused of price fixing and sued. The company agreed to settle and pay consumers $272.5 million. Get your share by clicking here.
Another settlement over thread count could get you a $10 gift card to the home store chain.
Now I’m not a real litigious person, but there are hundreds of these types of class action lawsuits where you may qualify for cash. A real neat website called Lawyers & Settlements lets you scroll through all types of suits and file claims if you fall into the class owed money by a business.
I won’t even charge you a finder’s fee!