Did you purchase Electronic Devices containing DRAM?
Did you purchase DRAM Chips or Memory Modules?
You may be entitled to a substantial refund

Electronic Hardware
If you purchased a product containing DRAM made by any manufacturer between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2002, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.  Each piece of hardware will have an inherent value based upon calculations made by the Claims administrator.  Multiplying the number of items purchased by your organization by those figures may result in a substantial refund.
DRAM Chips & Memory Modules

If you purchased DRAM chips* or Memory Modules between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2002, the basis for payment may be assessed on the aggregate number of MB (Megabytes) purchased in each of the years within the eligible timeframe.  Contact us today to learn more about how this calculation may be computed


Settlement Amount:
$310,000,000+ USD

For Purchases made:
January 1, 1998 –December 31st 2002


Class Action Refund, LLC (“CAR”) can assist you in facilitating your needs, and maximizing your recovery.


    Case Information
  • This is a class action lawsuit that alleges violations of federal antitrust laws in connection with the sale of DRAM. Plaintiff claims that Defendants conspired to fix, raise, maintain or stabilize prices of DRAM. Plaintiff alleges that this conspiracy resulted in customers who purchased DRAM being overcharged.
    Plaintiff filed the lawsuit on behalf of itself, and on behalf of the class of customers who purchased DRAM in the United States directly from one or more of the Defendants or their subsidiaries or affiliates. Defendants have denied any liability and all allegations of misconduct.
  • · Computers
    · Printers
    · Stand-alone Graphics Cards
    · DVD Players
    · MP3 Players
    · Video game Consoles
    · TiVo/DVRs
    · Servers
    · Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)
    · Point of Sale Systems
    · DRAM Chips from ANY manufacturer
    · DRAM Modules from ANY manufacturer
  • Friday, August 1st, 2014
  • All natural persons and non-governmental entities, who, at any time during the period from January 1, 1998 through December 31, 2002, purchased dynamic random access memory (“DRAM”) devices and components, including all products containing DRAM, anywhere in the United States indirectly from the defendants, their parents, subsidiaries and affiliates.
  • $310,000,000+
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Lee Carilli
Global Claims Manager
Class Action Refund
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Harrison, NY 10528