A $3 million settlement will be distributed to consumers who bought a Nabi tablet with a defective charging system.
This amount is set aside for the Class as part of a larger bankruptcy case involving the manufacturer of the children’s tablets – Fuhu.
Class Members include those who purchased Nabi tablets, including the Nabi 2, Nabi 2S, Nabi XD, Nabi Jr., Nabi Jr. S, or Nabi DreamTab.
The Nabi class action lawsuit alleged that Fuhu Inc. misled consumers into buying their products despite having a defective charging system. Nabi tablets are marketed specifically for children.
According to the Nabi tablet class action, Fuhu marketed the Nabi tablets as rechargeable. However, the alleged defect in the charging station made charging the units impossible.
There was a twist in the class action lawsuit when Fuhu declared bankruptcy. The class action plaintiffs had to pursue compensation in bankruptcy court.
According to the class action plaintiffs, the Nabi tablet settlement agreement is a better option than pursuing their allegations in bankruptcy court.
Under the terms of settlement, Class Members can make a claim for each Nabi tablet they purchased. Class Members whose tablet suffered from the alleged charging defect will be entitled to a larger claim than those whose tablets did not have the defect.
The exact claim for each defective Nabi tablet is estimated to be $30 and $10 for each non-defective tablet.
To make a claim in the Nabi tablet class action settlement, Class Members must provide the control number provided by the Settlement Administrator, or demonstrate that they contacted Fuhu about the defect, the serial number, and confirmation of the registration of the tablet sent by Fuhu through email or an itemized receipt showing the model purchased.
The deadline to object to or opt out of the settlement agreement is Aug. 20, 2019.
Class Members include “All persons who purchased, in the United States, a Nabi 2, Nabi 2S, Nabi XD, Nabi Jr. (including Nabi Jr. S) or Nabi DreamTab tablet, except persons who purchased for resale or returned such tablet for a full refund or non-defective replacement.”
$10 or $30 per tablet.
Class Members with a non-defective tablet are expected to receive $10, while those with a defective tablet should receive $30. The actual payout could be more or less depending on the number of valid claims filed.
Proof of Purchase
Control number or proof of defect, serial number, and email confirmation from Fuhu showing online registration of the tablet or an itemized receipt showing the model.
NOTE: If you do not qualify for this settlement do NOT file a claim.
Remember: you are submitting your claim under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim. If you’re unsure if you qualify, please read the FAQ section of the Settlement Administrator’s website to ensure you meet all standards (Top Class Actions is not a Settlement Administrator). If you don’t qualify for this settlement, check out our database of other open class action settlements you may be eligible for.
Claim Form Deadline
In re: Arctic Sentinel Inc., Case No. 15-12465-CSS, in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware
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