Harris Jewelry service member customers advised to file for refunds
Published 10:37 am Sunday, March 19, 2023
Current and former North Carolina service members and people living in and around military bases in North Carolina are advised to apply for refunds if they have made a purchase from Harris Jewelry since 2014. Harris Jewelry was a national jewelry retailer that operated retail stores in and on military bases, including in Fayetteville near Fort Bragg and Jacksonville near Camp Lejeune.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein won a $34.2 million multistate settlement with Harris Jewelry in 2022 and many former customers are still eligible for some or total refunds, but they may not know it.
Here’s what those who have purchased anything from Harris Jewelry since 2014 should do:
– Apply for a refund at harrisjewelry.com before April 15, 2023.
– Stop paying any debts to Harris or Consumer Adjustment Corp. (CAUSA). A customer’s account balance is now $0 and no more payments are needed.
– Check credit reports to make sure all negative consumer reports have been eliminated.
If a negative consumer report or judgment still exists because of Harris or CACUSA, email North Carolina Attorney General at email@example.com.
Still have questions? Call 1-877-5-NO-SCAM.
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