Leonard Perry v. Schnuck Markets, Inc., Case Number 2022-CC10424
If You are a Missouri Resident who purchased wine or spirits from Schnucks Between December 3, 2015, and February 15, 2023, You Qualify for a Payment from a Class Action Settlement.
UPDATE: On February 21, 2024, the Claims Administrator commenced distributions to claimants who filed eligible and verified claims in this Settlement. If you filed your claim online and/or provided a valid email address, please monitor your email inbox for communications from the Claims Administrator regarding your options (digital payment or paper check), and the details of the payment process. If we do not have an email address for you, or it is invalid, you will receive a check in the mail.
The Parties and the Administrator have received questions regarding the availability of customer receipts on the Schnucks Rewards website and mobile application. We want to clarify that while the Schnucks Rewards program began in August 2018, itemized e-receipts were not saved to Schnucks Rewards accounts until August 2019. Therefore, class members will only have access to electronic itemized receipts in their Rewards accounts (mobile or website) for purchases made in or after August 2019 using your Rewards membership. Step by step instructions on how to access your electronic receipts with your Schnucks Rewards account on the website or mobile app can be found in FAQ #9 .
No Proof of Purchase is Required For a Payment.
A proposed $4 million dollar Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit titled Leonard Perry v. Schnuck Markets, Inc., Case No. 2022-CC10425, pending in the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis, State of Missouri.
The Lawsuit alleges that the grocery store chain Schnuck Markets, Inc. (“Schnucks”) used misleading price comparisons in connection with the advertisement and sale of wine and spirits (“Alcohol Products”) in all Schnucks’ Missouri store locations. Schnucks disagrees with Plaintiff’s claims and denies any wrongdoing. There has been no trial, and the Court has not decided whether the claims have merit.