American Cleaners Class Action Settlement

Shatonya Green vs. American Cleaners and Laundry Co., Inc. et al.
CIRCUIT COURT OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY, STATE OF MISSOURI, Case No.: 12SL CC03095

Welcome to the American Cleaners Class Action Settlement Website

Thank you for visiting the American Cleaners Class Action Settlement website after learning of the settlement at your local Missouri American Cleaners store or through publication. A class action settlement involving American Cleaners and Laundry Co., Inc. (“American Cleaners”) in the state of Missouri received preliminary approval in the Circuit Court of St. Louis County on January 30, 2014.

Under the proposed settlement all customers who paid an Environmental Surcharge to American Cleaners stores in Missouri as part of a dry cleaning services purchase between August 15, 2007 and August 15, 2012 are eligible to submit a claim to receive a benefit from this class action settlement.

Class Members must file a claim on this website or by mail to be eligible to receive a minimum of eight (8) one dollar ($1.00) Vouchers that can be used the same as cash, one per day, at any American Cleaners Missouri store for one year from the date they are issued. Claims must be filed online or postmarked by mail no later than April 16, 2014.

The In Store Notice of Class Action Settlement was posted in all Missouri American Cleaner store locations on February 15, 2014.

A Final Approval Hearing has been scheduled for May 16, 2014, at which time the Court will determine whether the proposed settlement is fair, reasonable and adequate. Vouchers cannot be distributed to eligible Class Members who submit valid and timely Claim Forms until after the Court grants final settlement approval.

TO FILE YOUR CLAIM ONLINE CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE TO REVIEW OR DOWNLOAD/PRINT THE NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF CLASS ACTION, PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AND HEARING, AND CLAIM FORM.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD/PRINT THE PAPER CLAIM FORM TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT BY MAIL

To learn more about the terms of the proposed settlement and how your legal rights may be affected, you should read the Long Form Notice and view the answers to the Frequently Asked Questions provided on this website.