A lawsuit over the health benefits of Frosted Mini Wheats could put an extra $15 in your pocket.
A $4 million settlement with the Kellogg company was announced earlier this week, giving consumers the right to a $5 refund per box. The maximum claim is $15.
The lawsuit alleged that Kellogg falsely advertised that Frosted Mini Wheats improved children's attentiveness and memory, among other things. Kellogg stood by its advertising but agreed to the settlement.
The only problem? You have to remember if you purchased the Mini Wheats between Jan. 28, 2008 and Oct. 1, 2009.
You're on your honor in making this claim. No proof is required.
For more information or to file a claim, head to cerealsettlement.com.