Due to deceptive marketing, a $3 million settlement may be divided among some Vizio TV owners.

The corporation was sued in 2018 for allegedly misrepresenting the refresh rates of their TVs.

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Customers have been deceived by the word “effective” refresh rates on Vizio TVs for years, and the business may now owe money to those purchases.

Vizio has consented to resolve a class action lawsuit in California over what the plaintiffs contend is “false and misleading” advertising, as reported by The Verge. Although “120Hz Effective Refresh Rate” and “240Hz Effective Refresh Rate” are advertised on select Vizio TVs, these numbers refer to an outcome made possible by motion clarity technology. In most situations, their true natural refresh rate is 60Hz.

Although Vizio has denied any misconduct on its part, it has consented to a $3 million settlement that will cover all Vizio TVs bought in California between April 30, 2014 and the final court ruling. As of right present, the final approval hearing is scheduled for June 20, 2024. People who file claims before March 30, 2024, may be eligible for compensation of up to $50. This is the link to the claim form. Additionally, Vizio promised to “provide enhanced services and a limited one-year warranty to all Settlement Class Members” in addition to ceasing to sell its TVs in this manner.

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