Rue La La Class Action Settlement
Class Members of the Rue La La class action settlement include all persons in the United states who, on or before May 3, 2013, purchased from RueLaLa.com a voucher redeemable for goods and/or services that contained an expiration date.
To be a qualifying voucher, the Rue La La voucher must be an internet-based voucher that could have been redeemed for goods and/or services sold by or via Rue La La through www.ruelala.com, and that was not redeemed or could not be redeemed due to the expiration date.
A qualifying voucher does not include a voucher that was:
(1) Redeemed at a merchant for its paid value; or
(2) Previously refunded by Rue La La or a merchant; or
(3) Redeemable for a specific event on a specific date; or
(4) Redeemable for any travel-related services, including but not limited to lodging, cruising, or transportation services.
Varies Class action members will receive an amount equal to the value of the voucher purchased.
Leah Mirabella v. Rue La La Inc,
Case No. 13-cv-11392
District Court, District of Massachusetts.
The plaintiffs allege that Rue La La sold gift certificates that had deceptive and illegal expiration dates. This practice is in violation of federal law
Rue La La Settlement
c/o Rust Consulting, Inc
P.O. Box 1985
Faribault, MN 55021-6181