Arizona Negotiates $310 Million Settlement For Memory Chips
Arizonans have a chance to get money back from the purchase of an electronic device between 1998 and 2002.
Attorney General Tom Horne says the state has negotiated a $310 million settlement with chip makers who were accused of price fixing.
“It relates to DRAM, Dynamic Random Access Memory,” Horne said. “It’s the sort of thing that’s in desktop computers, laptop computers, computer servers and so on.”
Horne says if you purchased a computer, printer, video game console, MP3 player, or DVD player you can file claims with his office to get a share of the settlement.