You may have seen the commercial for this and the whole process would only take a few minutes but is it worth $20?
A recent out-of-court settlement involving foam-based common household goods like mattresses, couches, chairs and carpet could mean a $20 payout for you.
The payout stems from a $38-million settlement of class-action lawsuits brought against about a dozen manufacturers of flexible polyurethane foam, alleging that they formed a cartel to fix prices between 1999 and 2012, resulting in consumers paying more than they should have – it represents one of the largest price-fixing settlements in Canada. You automatically are considered a “class member” and can make a claim if you lived in Canada between Jan. 1, 1999, and Jan. 10, 2012, and bought an eligible foam product or carpet underlay made in Canada during that time period.
So if you have a piece of furniture that fits in this description, take a picture of the tag or submit an invoice and send it over to the Foam for Cash website.