Many utility providers have an energy efficiency program offering incentives and/or rebates to recycle or upgrade appliances. These funds are sometimes limited and issued on a first come first serve basis. Rebates can apply to electric and/or gas devices.
Make sure to complete the necessary forms and make the right calls in advance of upgrading. In other words, it’s not probable that you’ll get money for an appliance upgraded in the past. Furthermore, it’s normally a requirement that the current appliance be in working condition (to help prove it’s an actual and current upgrade).
The utility may even pick up the appliances at your residence. They will only do so if it is safe and accessible which means pets may need to be contained.
Learn more about energy incentives and the wide variety of incentives and rebates by clicking here.
Upgrading to a more efficient appliance not only provides an instant rebate but saves you money in the long run due to less consumption. Not to mention it also reduces the use of natural resources. Listed below are couple active incentive programs.
Similar programs exist throughout the country. Check your utility provider’s website. You may be pleasantly suprised to find others incentives that could apply to you in the near future.
DTE Energy says “we’ll remove and recycle your refrigerator or freezer for free and give you $50.”
Consumers Energy has a list of available rebates for residents at this link.
There’s a 1 in 5 chance you have Unclaimed Property according to the Florida Dept. of Financial Services website, The state paid out $323,000,000 last year. It takes just a few minutes to search for yourself, a friend, or family member. This is too easy to not at least try. It’s free and legitimate.
The process is typically fairly simple to do yourself or with the help of a family member or friend. You can also call Claims Customer Support: (888) 258-2253 or (850) 413-5555 or Email: FloridaUnclaimedProperty@MyFloridaCFO.com
CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT: Allstate Insurance – deadline November 13th, 2020
There are hundreds of class action lawsuits open and settled on an ongoing basis. Listed here are a couple for Florida past and present residents. Within the process there are deadlines for various actions. Missing a deadline means you could miss out on a potential claim and benefit. Submitting a claim is usually fairly simple. In some cases you need evidence but not in all. Usually the evidence can help validate or increase the value of your claim.
For this case, you may be entitled to benefits from a class action Settlement if you submitted claims for payment of bills for medical services under PIP coverage under a Florida automobile vehicle insurance policy issued by one of the following insurance companies: Allstate Insurance Company, Allstate Indemnity Company, Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Company, Encompass Indemnity Company, Encompass Floridian Insurance Company, and Encompass Floridian Indemnity Company.
Conduct your own due diligence. It appears to be too late to opt out but you can still file a claim until November 13, 2020.
CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT: Amica Mutual Insurance – deadline December 4th, 2020
You may have a claim for about $80 if you were insured under any Florida automobile insurance policy issued by AMICA. Including a policy covering a vehicle with auto physical damage coverage for comprehensive or collision loss. And if you also submitted a physical damage claim where your vehicle was declared a total loss on or after July 2, 2014.
Call 1-844-336-0335 toll free for more information and assistance. Conduct your own due diligence. The deadline for a claim is December 4th, 2020.
You may be entitled to benefits if you purchased or owned a GE Profile or GE Monogram Brand Microwave Oven. The court approved a Settlemen on July 27, 2020 and it appears to be too late to exclude yourself from a claim but you still could get a benefit as part of the class action settlement.
Models covered are JEB1090, JEB1095, ZMC1090, or ZMC1095 manufactured between 1995 and 2007. Filling out a claim form can be done within a few minutes. Click the links below to review the case and begin the process. You can contact the Settlement Administrator at info@GraysonSettlement.com or 1-855-913-0602 (Toll-Free).
There has been a Class Action settlement of $6,000,000 related to over charging on water and sewer services from January 1, 2013 – June 30, 2020. This applies to past and current residents and possibly any properties with payments within the applicable timeframe.
You must file a claim on or before November 16, 2020. More information is available at http://shelbysettlement.com. In the upper right corner of that page you can file a claim electronically along with other options outside of the website.
Call 1-866-810-5577 toll free for more information.