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CRT monitorCredit unions that purchased cathode ray tube monitors from an electronics or office supply retailer between March 1995 and February 2007 may be eligible for payment under the terms of a multi-million dollar class action settlement.

“We anticipate a distribution of at least $25 per CRT item,” plaintiff attorney Sherman Kassof told CU Times. “These include computer monitors and TVs, of course, but also any device with a CRT screen such as teller station devices and ATMs,” he added.

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