Do you remember eating Cocoa Krispies for breakfast between June 2009 and March 2010? Any recollection of making a pan of Rice Krispie treats about that same time?
Think hard. There's up to $15 riding on it, according to CerealAdvertisingSettlement.com.
As part of a class-action settlement in a lawsuit filed against Kellogg alleging false advertising, folks who bought the cereal between June 1, 2009 and March 1, 2010, can submit a claim for a refund.
You don't need any proof of purchase but you do need to swear under penalty of perjury that you did buy the cereal. You get $5 for every box purchased during that time period - up to three boxes per household.
The lawsuit claimed Kellogg falsely adervertised that Rice Krispies and Cocoa Krispies supported a person's immunity system.
Kellogg stands by its advertising and denies it did anything wrong.
Click here for details about the lawsuit and to submit a claim form. The deadline is Nov. 16.
Who says Rice Krispies aren't good for you?