Indeed. The lawyers are going to get the entire claim because no one has their receipts...
You need to know the chip that Kingston used. For example, my memory was Mushkin and they used Infineon chips.Originally posted by: sao123
I bought memory from Kingston during this period, but it doesnt look like they are part of the settlement
He's probably not rich because he called you instead of putting back into an "good ole boy" network.Originally posted by: Auryg
You guys are ridiculous. I was actually contacted by a lawyer I've done computer work for about this, as he does class action lawsuits. He wanted to know if I could be a class representative for my state. Unfortunately, I'm a fatwallet-er so I don't think I've *ever* bought RAM directly from a manufacturer.
You guys will be getting far more than 5 dollars for this. Here's the really sweet deal - if you become the class representative for your state, depending on how much "work" you do (as in, sitting in the lawyer's office) you'll get quite a bit of money. He said it's generally something like 10k for 10 hours of work. Not bad I wouldn't blame it on the lawyers though - this guy does class action lawsuits as a major part of his job, and as far as I could tell (I'd been to his house and everything) he wasn't all that rich. Especially for our area.
Same here. When they asked for reciepts I just laughed. Yea like I kept reciepts from 6-7 years ago. Such a scam.Originally posted by: classy
Originally posted by: 0roo0roo
good god, have fun diggingup reciepts from 99</blockquote>
Yea same here for me. Who has kept reciepts that long for memory that no one has probably used in 4 years or so. I got the notice and laughed. Its a joke.