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Target Generic Cold Medicine Airborne Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Target Immunity Supplement Generic Airborne Cold Medicine Class Action Settlement Preliminarily Approved By Court.

A class action settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Target (“Target” or “Defendant”) pending in the Illinois Circuit Court for St. Clair County (styled Brian Buehlhorn v. Target) alleging, among other things, that Target’s generic cold medicine Airborne  did not work as promised, according to a Target Generic Cold Medicine Airborne class action lawsuit settlement news report.

The Target generic Airborne class action lawsuit settlement reportedly includes a class of all persons who purchased Immunity Supplement from Target within the U.S. from December 31, 2003 to the date the class notice is given and reportedly provides that class members who file valid claims can receive 2 vouchers for $5 off any $20 purchase at a Target store.

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