Harbor Freight customers could have refunds - Tucson News Now

Harbor Freight customers could have refunds

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

If you've shopped at Harbor Freight in the last few years, you could have a refund coming your way.

How much money will depend on what and how much you bought.

Harbor Freight recently reached a settlement on a class action lawsuit over their advertising practices. The deal must still be approved by a court, which could happen at a hearing set for July 7.

The company agreed to refund up to 30 percent on certain purchases to customers who shopped at the store from April 8, 2011 to Dec. 15, 2016.

You have until Aug. 7, 2017 to file a claim. More information can be found HERE.

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