The DeBeers Diamond Group is in the middle of settling a class action lawsuit. That means if you purchased diamond jewelry between January 1994 and March 2006, you could be in for some free cash.
The lawsuit claims that DeBeers monopolized the supply of diamonds, and fixed and controlled the price of diamonds. To settle the suit, DeBeers is paying consumers back $136 million.
If you spent more than $160 on a piece of diamond jewelry between January 1 1994 and March 31 2006, you should file a claim. If you spent less than $160, the refund you could receive from DeBeers would be less than $10.
See Story at WSYR.com
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