In re Scotts EZ Seed Litigation
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If You Purchased Scotts Turf Builder EZ Seed®,
A Class Action Lawsuit May Affect Your Rights

  • Purchasers of Scotts Turf Builder EZ Seed® (“Scotts EZ Seed®”) have sued The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, Inc. and The Scotts Company LLC (collectively “Scotts”), alleging fraud-based, warranty, contract, and unjust enrichment claims alleging that EZ Seed® does not grow grass at all or, in the alternative does not grow grass “50% Thicker With Half The Water* *Versus ordinary seed when each was watered at half the recommended rate. Results may vary,” as advertised.
  • The Court has allowed the lawsuit to be a class action on behalf of all persons in California and New York who purchased Scotts EZ Seed® labeled as growing grass “50% Thicker With Half The Water* *Versus ordinary seed when each was watered at half the recommended rate. Results may vary.”
  • The Court has not yet decided whether Scotts did anything wrong. There are no benefits available now, and no guarantee there will be. However, your legal rights are affected, and you have a choice to make now:

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS
WHAT IS THIS? The Court has certified this lawsuit as a class action. The lawsuit alleges fraud-based, warranty, contract, and unjust enrichment claims alleging that EZ Seed® does not grow grass at all or, in the alternative does not grow grass “50% Thicker With Half The Water* *Versus ordinary seed when each was watered at half the recommended rate. Results may vary,” as advertised.
DO NOTHING Stay in the lawsuit. Await the outcome. Give up certain rights.

By doing nothing, you keep the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from a trial or a settlement. But, you will give up any rights to sue Scotts separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.
EXCLUDE YOURSELF Get out of this lawsuit. Get no benefits from this lawsuit. Keep rights.

If you ask to be excluded and money or benefits are later awarded, you won’t share in those. But, you keep any rights to sue Scotts separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

  • Your options – and the deadlines to exercise them – are explained in this notice. To ask to be excluded, you must act before September 21, 2015.
  • Lawyers must prove the claims against Scotts at a trial. If money or benefits are obtained from Scotts, you will be notified about how to ask for a share.