Claim Your $500 from This Retailer

C. Heslop

Claim your $500 as a retailer made a $4.1 million settlement available to clear a class action suit.

This issue is over text messages. The company breached the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). It relates to the unsolicited text messages clause. Countless mobile direct messages continued after people revoked their contact authorization.

This money benefits anyone who received two over messages from Build-A-Bear Workshop after you replied "Quit" or "Stop" to the whole or part of the text. The timeline is between Sept. 24, 2017, and March 28, 2023. The texts discussed buying goods, services, or property.

Build-A-Bear Workshop is a company where children create teddy bears. The firm has about 500 retail locations and markets its services to families.

The estimated payout is $500. Payments less or greater than $500 are possible depending on the number of valid claims submitted by an individual. If you were a part of the class action suit filing, you will receive a direct mail or email notification. If you received the mail notification, you do not need to do anything to get the cash.

People who suffered but did not get a notification, need to apply. People affected but have an email notifier also need to apply to claim the benefit. Use the address form ( for your cash reward.


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