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Who is a Class Member

Class members of the Wish.com Fake Original Price Settlement include “all persons in the United States of America between June 6, 2013 and December 12, 2017 who purchased one or more products at a discount off of the stated “original” or “regular” price, and who have not received a refund or credit for their purchases. The Class also includes anyone who could bring any of the claims in the Lawsuit on behalf of these users of Wish.com, such as representatives, heirs, administrators, and assigns.”

If you don’t qualify for this settlement, check out our database of other class action settlements you may be eligible for.


Settlement Amount

  • $100,000,000.00+

Estimated Award

  • Between $3 and $20

Cash payments will be dispersed as follows:

  • Tier 1: Settlement Class Members who purchased products on Wish.com and do not have valid Proof of Claim can receive $3 per household.
  • Tier 2: Settlement Class Members who purchased a single product on Wish.com and can provide Proof of Claim can recover up to $10.
  • Tier 3: Settlement Class Members who purchased multiple products on Wish.com and can provide Proof of Claim can recover up to $20.

Proof of Purchase

To qualify for Tier 2 and Tier 3 cash benefits claimants will need to provide the following documentation:

  • proof of the “original” price at which Wish.com advertised the item you purchased at the time you purchased it; and
  • proof of the “original” price from another retailer (online or bricks-and-mortar) advertising the identical item you purchased from Wish.com within 90 days of the date you made your purchase.

Examples of “proof” may be receipts, screen shots, newspaper advertisements, etc.


Claim Form

  • class action lawsuits

Wish.com Fake Original Price Settlement Notes

  • Golden, et al., v. ContextLogic Inc. d/b/a Wish.com
  • Case No. 17PH-CV01741
  • Pending in the Circuit Court of Phelps County, Missouri

Plaintiffs Sherhonda Golden and Denise Valencia initiated this class action settlement alleging Wish.com engaged in a fake original pricing scheme. This means that Wish.com allegedly falsely advertised inflated “original” prices, “sale” prices that are really more like true regular prices.

Under the terms of the Wish.com Settlement, the company has agreed to provide both monetary relief and correct the alleged fake original pricing issue. The monetary benefit will have no cap on its potential gross payout and it is estimated that it could exceed $100 million. Wish.com will also make clear disclosures to consumers regarding any “strikethrough” pricing on its website and will set guidelines with the merchants that sell items on Wish.com about pricing practices.

The Frequently Asked Questions section on the settlement website further summarizes the terms of the settlement and how Class Members can file a claim. Complete details are provided in the Settlement Agreement. The Settlement Agreement and other related documents are available on the Wish.com Fake Original Price Settlement website.

Class members who wish to exclude themselves or object to the terms of the Wish.com Fake Original Price Settlement must do so by March 2, 2018. Class members who wish to submit a claim for payment must do so by May 1, 2018.


Important Dates

  • 5/1/18: Claim Filing Deadline
  • 3/2/18: Objection or Exclusion Deadline
  • 3/28/18: Final Approval Hearing at 8:00 am CT* (class members do not need to attend this hearing in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie).

*Settlement Class Members who wish to speak at the hearing should check the Wish.com Fake Original Price Settlement website to confirm that the date or time of the Hearing has not been changed.


Contact Information

  • Mail: Golden v. ContextLogic Inc. Settlement Administrator, c/o Kurtzman Carson Consultants, P.O. Box 404041, Louisville, KY 40233-4041
  • Phone: 1-855-201-2219

Class Counsel


Settlement Website

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  1. Hello, I am wondering about this class action lawsuit. I purchased a video card from wish jan, 14 2018. It was advertised as a gtx 1060 yet when it was supposed to arrive it never did and then the arrival date has changed. Now after ordering the video card i started doing research because i noticed that there was a lot of scams going on. Then i find out that the video cards that people have order were fakes like the ones on ebay etc. So I now am out almost 100 dollars for something adv at a big discount that is in fact not what it was adv for one and def not a deal saver like advertised. Now i have been trying to get a hold of wish for any kinds of response that I def have been hitting dead walls on because they will not answer me back. Lastly how are these people still in business after 7 years of apparently scamming.

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