Last year, a nuisance class action lawsuit was filed against Wrigley on behalf of those looking for a way to get some free cash. In order to get paid, they claimed that the company falsely advertised that their Eclipse chewing gum could kill germs. Users who bought the product after June 1, 2008 could fill out an online form and receive $10, which a Consumerist reader reports just arrived in the mail.
For their part, Wrigley claims they have done nothing wrong, and stand by their advertising.
(via The Consumerist)