Welcome to the Information Website for the Walmart Sales Tax Refund Settlement.

Walmart and Sam’s Club customers may be entitled to a payment from a class action settlement if they returned a purchase and didn’t get a full refund.

This website provides important information about a proposed settlement in a class action lawsuit against Walmart. The lawsuit claims that Walmart violated the law by incorrectly calculating and refunding the sales taxes it owed to customers who returned items purchased in store or online from Walmart or Sam’s Club after July 17, 2015. Although the court presiding over the case has not decided who is right or wrong, the parties have reached a compromise to end the lawsuit and provide compensation to those who may have been affected.


Who’s In The Settlement?

The Settlement Class: All those individuals who, during the period July 17, 2015, through November 25, 2020, returned an item purchased from a Walmart store, Sam’s Club store, or online from Walmart.com or Samsclub.com for pickup or delivery within the United States, and to whom Walmart or Sam’s Club gave a refund or credit, but the amount of sales tax refunded or credited was less than the full amount of sales tax paid at the time the item was purchased.


Please read through this website carefully. It summarizes the rights and options under the Settlement. You can access and read the full Settlement Agreement here.


Your Legal Rights and Options in This Settlement
Submit a Claim Form You may submit a claim to receive a payment. Under the Settlement, all Settlement Class Members who timely submit a valid claim are eligible to receive an equal share of a $5,000,000 settlement fund after deductions for attorneys’ fees, litigation expenses, and administrative costs associated with the Settlement. To receive a payment, you must submit a claim by April 1, 2021. You can submit your claim here or mail it to the settlement administrator.
Exclude Yourself You may exclude yourself from the Settlement. If you choose this option, you will not receive a payment, but you will not give up your right to assert your own claims against Walmart if you want to do so. Your request to exclude yourself must be submitted by mail no later than April 1, 2021. You must follow the process described in section 8 below. If the Settlement is approved and you do not exclude yourself, you will be bound by the Settlement and will release certain claims as described in FAQ 9.
Object You may object to the Settlement. The deadline for objecting to the Settlement is April 1, 2021. All objections must be mailed to the parties’ lawyers and the Settlement Administrator.
Do Nothing If you do nothing, you will remain a member of the Settlement Class and will not receive any payment and will still be bound by the release of claims against Walmart.

NOTE: This is just a summary. The Settlement Class members’ rights and options under the Settlement, and the deadlines to exercise them, are explained further in the Frequently Asked Questions page of this website.

PLEASE DO NOT CALL OR WRITE THE COURT, THE COURT CLERK’S OFFICE, WALMART, OR WALMART’S ATTORNEYS. THEY WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ASSIST YOU.