JACKSON, Miss. – If you’ve purchased computers, printers, video game consoles, or other electronic devices with Dynamic Random Access Memory “DRAM” memory you could get money back from settlements.
Attorney General Jim Hood announced Thursday, March 6 that people who have purchased such items from 1998 to 2002 can file claims to get money back for purchasing electronic devices that were marked too high that had the memory chip in it.
All settling states, including Mississippi, will have access up to $310 million for consumer restitution.
To get money back eligible candidates must complete the form by August 1, 2014 with the settlements administrator. To file a claim visit www.DRAMclaims.com or call 1-800-589-1425