How To Get Money Back For Skechers, In Lieu Of A Tight Butt
Eight months after Reebok agreed to pay $25 million to customers who bought toning shoes that don’t actually tighten butts, Skechers has pulled out its checkbook. The Los Angeles Times reports that the company has agreed to pay $40 million to hopeful consumers who bought rocker-bottom shoes in the hope of having a booty like Kim Kardashian. How to collect? Go to www.skecherssettlement.com and fill out online forms. The Times reports that anyone who bought Shape-Up shoes, Resistance Runners, Tone-ups or Toners is entitled to a partial refund whether they have proof of purchase or not. Good luck with that.