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First settlement payments from Syngenta lawsuit are being mailed

The first settlement payments to farmers in the Syngenta corn class action lawsuit will start going out later this week, according to a news release from the Kansas City law firm representing farmers in the case.

The announcement says most of the farmers can expect total payments exceeding 5,000 dollars. The payments stem from the one-point-five billion dollar settlement related to Syngenta’s marketing and commercialization of Agrisure Viptera and Agrisure Duracade corn seeds, which is believed to be the largest agricultural settlement in U.S. history.

To receive payment, participants in the class action lawsuit must have submitted all required payment documents, including W-9 forms. The law firm says no payments will be made unless and until a W-9 form is received. They can be submitted at www.cornseedsettlement.com.

  • O.12 per bushel. The only people that made money on this deal are the thieving attorney’s and it took two years to even calculate the amount due by the administrators. An absolute cluster fail.

  • The people who have the farm next to me and the person who cash rents both that property and mine have received some money. I have not. I called early this year and was told that they had my claim and tax form.
    Could you please let me know why they have been paid and I have not. Thank you,..

  • Please send my check. We have been waiting so long. I have had a change in my email. My claim number is P 885411694

  • I have not received my check from Syngenta . It is June 20 2020. Dennis N Meyer deceased and filed under as Beverly A Meyer Trustee

  • Have not received a check. All paperwork was done. What’s the deal ? This is July checks were supposed to be done in March

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