Skechers has agreed to a settlement of $40 million to consumers who purchased its Shape Ups after being mislead that the shoes would help give them Kim Kardashian’s booty or Joe Montana’s stamina. So how do you get your piece of the payout if you purchased the shoes months, if not years ago, and don’t have a receipt?
No problem. This refund relies largely on the honor system.
Anyone who purchased the company’s line of Shape-Up shoes — or its Resistance Runners, Tone-ups or Toners — is entitled to a partial refund whether they have proof of purchase or not, officials said Thursday.
Consumers are urged to submit a claim at www.skecherssettlement.com, fill out the online form and offer up any documentation or recollections that they might have — details about the purchase, or perhaps a credit card receipt.
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