AMD class action settlement

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All individuals who purchased one or more of the following AMD CPUs either (1) while residing in California or (2) after visiting the AMD.com website: FX-8120, FX-8150, FX-8320, FX-8350, FX-8370, FX-9370, or FX-9590. Excluded from the Settlement Class are (1) any Judge or Magistrate presiding over this action and members of their families, (2) the defendant, defendant’s subsidiaries, parent companies, successors, predecessors, and any entity in which the defendant or its parents have a controlling interest and their current or former officers, directors, and employees, (3) persons who properly execute and file a timely request for exclusion from the class, and (4) the legal representatives, successors or assigns of any such excluded persons.


If you are member of the Settlement Class you may submit a Claim Form to receive a portion of the Settlement Fund. The amount of this payment will depend on how many of the Class Members file valid claims. Each Class Member who files a valid claim will receive a proportionate share of the Settlement Fund based on the number of CPUs purchased, up to $300 per CPU purchased. Settlement Distributions will be paid on a per-CPU basis, with a maximum of five (5) qualifying purchases paid per Claimant, without proof of purchase. Claimants who purchased more than five (5) CPUs must provide proof of purchase upon request. This website will periodically be updated to provide the estimated payment amount based on the number of participating Settlement Class Members.






 
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Settlement Distributions will be paid on a per-CPU basis, with a maximum of five (5) qualifying purchases paid per Claimant, without proof of purchase.
Why is AMD getting a class action lawsuit, and why shouldn't anybody prove they bought one of the CPUs when signing it? Nice job legalizing fraud.