Did you buy a CD, casette, or vinly album from a retailer between 1995 and 2000? If you did, then you can get the music companies to write you a check for $20.

Simply fill out the online claim form to get your piece.

The music companies are settling their lawsuit for price fixing, and they’re distributing $67M evenly across everyone who applies. But the maximum payout is $20, and apparently they’re still above it. If you don’t apply now, it’s not clear what happens to the extra money. If too many people apply, then charities get the money. (I bet the EFF could do a lot with $67M.) So either way, apply now and tell all your friends. (More details…)

posted January 07, 2003 02:45 PM (Politics) #


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