If You Rented On-line DVDs from Netflix, A Class Action lawsuit And A Settlement could Affect You. I received email notification about this yesterday and found it posted today on the internet, on the 'official' website for the suit:
There is a lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Walmart.com USA LLC (together called “Wal-Mart”) and Netflix, Inc. (“Netflix”) involving the price of online DVD rentals.
The Class Action seeks money for current and former Netflix online subscribers. A Settlement has been reached with Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart and Netflix believe that the lawsuit has no basis. Netflix has not settled the lawsuit and the litigation continues against it.
Your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act. This website includes information on the Settlement and the continuing litigation with Netflix. Please read the entire Notice carefully.
Who may be qualified to become part of the class action lawsuit?
"Anyone who had a Netflix DVD rental plan from May 19, 2005 through September 2, 2011 can make a claim between now and Feb. 14, 2012."
You can read more about the action as well as download the pertinent forms if you qualify to participate: Netflix-Walmart Class Action Lawsuit