WASHINGTON - If you buy sugar free gum or mints, there's a chance you're owed money.
The products are called Eclipse, made by Wrigley, and come in a variety of flavors.
A recent class action lawsuit claims the "natural germ kill" language on the packaging is misleading.
The suit further claims that Wrigley can't back up the claims.
Wrigley has agreed to a $6 million settlement.
If you bought the gum or mints with the words "natural germ killing" on the label after June 1, 2008, you qualify.
While a judge must still give final approval, claims are being taken now.
You can claim up to $10 and it needs to be submitted by January, 2011.
Go to topclassactions.com to read more about the class action lawsuit and to submit a form if you qualify.
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