I just got an e-mail, claiming to be a legal notification from Ohio, saying a settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Harbor Freight. The e-mail says the lawsuit is about pricing -- to wit, the practice of listing a phony "regular price" next to the actual price charged, which is claimed to be a "sale price." The e-mail says if you have receipts that show the two prices and claim you "saved" the difference, you can get a certain percentage of your total "savings" as a settlement, and if not you can get some lesser amount. The e-mail includes links to a web site: www.nationalsalepricesettlement.com If the e-mail is legitimate, the reason I got it automatically would be Harbor Freight's other annoying practice of getting your e-mail address so they can send you frequent and utterly useless spam -- which of course usually includes a number of these "regular" and "sale" pricing scams. For a footnote, see the sig I've had for a while. But seriously, I have quite a pile of stuff I've bought there, and most of it has served me well. I doubt I'll go to the trouble if nit-picking with this brain damaged bs.