The DRAM Class Action is a lawsuit that successfully claimed Canadians paid too much for memory chips (known as DRAM) because some manufacturers conspired to fix its price. The courts have approved an $80 Million settlement.
Canadians and Canadian entities who purchased DRAM or electronic devices containing DRAM between April 1, 1999 and June 30, 2002 have until June 23, 2015 to request their money.
Watch the video for a brief overview.
You can view the French video here.
To make a claim, visit themoneyismine.ca or call toll-free: 1.866.855.5586.
Need more information? Review the facts about the class action and the claims process.