Jeunesse victims have until Dec 31st to file claims
Following on from a settlement reached in the RICO class-action against Jeunesse, a settlement website has been established.
The website is managed by third-party Epiq and contains vital information for affected Jeunesse victims
To qualify with a claim in the RICO class-action settlement, claimants must have
- signed up as a Jeunesse distributor between January 1st, 2010 and September 13th, 2018
- purchased a Starter Kit and went on to lose money; and/or
- purchased Jeunesse products, couldn’t sell them and subsequently incurred losses
As provided on the settlement website, if you qualify here are your legal options going forward;
Submit a claim form
The only way to get a payment. Claim Forms must be postmarked or submitted online no later than December 31, 2018.
Get no payment. This is the only option that allows you to ever be part of any other lawsuit against Jeunesse about the legal claims in this case.
Requests for Exclusion must be postmarked no later than November 26, 2018.
Write to the Court about why you do not like the Settlement. You will still be a member of the Class.
Objections must be mailed to three different places postmarked no later than November 26, 2018.
Go to a hearing
Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement on January 8, 2019.
Get no payment. Give up your rights.
Online claim forms and additional information is available through the Jeunesse distributor settlement website.
Note that the $2.5 million dollar settlement has only received preliminary approval at this stage.
A final decision is expected following the Fairness Hearing early next year.
Also note that, unfortunately for Jeunesse’s victims, approximately $1 million of the $2.5 settlement is expected to go toward legal fees and admin costs.
Footnote: This is not a website for legal advice.
If you have any legal questions regarding filing a Jeunesse victim claim we suggest you ask a lawyer.
I’ve tried to submit a clain but it said my client ID (removed) IS NOT WORKING.
THANK YOU LILY ANTONETTI NOT SURE WHAT IM SUPPOSE TO DO.
Probably best to reach out to Epiq. Contact details should be on the settlement claim portal website.
My email when I signed up was (removed) but really don’t use this e-mail. BUT i can keep check on it. If you could put my new e-mail in (removed).
Thank you so much to for the opportunity to get my money back.
Hi Sherry, BehindMLM isn’t running the settlement claim portal.
You’ll want to get in touch with Epiq through their website.
For US citizens or residents only!
Who knows how to get in touch with Epiq to file a claim.
The Jeunesse Distributor Settlement website has an email address, phone number and mailing address.
You did actually read the article, right?
Read the article? You ask too much, Oz 😛
Seriously though, I spent a considerable amount of time earlier this year trying to convince people that Jeunesse and USI Tech were scams.
What I ultimately came to realize is that these people deserve everything they get (or don’t get, as the case may be). They are basically morons and it’s best to let nature take its course. Just pray that they don’t breed before they take themselves out of the gene pool.
Does kind of make you wonder how some of them function in life hey.
O MY GOD..Reality, I can believe you could be so full of yourself, and try to belittle people. Maybe that’s how you get your kicks, hiding behind a keyboard.
Maybe your need a REALITY check, and one day you will get what you deserve as well. Have a great evening !!!
Entitled dumbass confirmed.
No, that’s not how I get my kicks. I’m just tired of dimwits who don’t take the time to read or do basic due diligence, then blame anyone but themselves, and look to others to come to their rescue (e.g. the SEC, Epiq) after they’ve done their dough.
There comes a point where you have to at least give credit to the folks in Jeunesse’s marketing team for so accurately targetting this niche group.
And no, I won’t “get what I deserve”, at least in the context that I won’t get caught up selling pseudo-science in a pyramid scheme.
Reality, please point me to your advice on Jeunesse.
Break it down. Thanks very much.
We broke it down for you in 2015 – https://behindmlm.com/mlm-reviews/jeunesse-review-answering-the-affiliate-autoship-question/
Don’t think anything substantial has changed, Jeunesse is still an autoship recruitment company.
I joined Jeunnesse on June 16, 2016, and paid for the starter kit of $610.58, didn’t make a dime, each month I have to purchase some product priced around $100, after a while I realized it just a scam. I wish to get my money back.