BOISE -- If you've purchased electronic books, you may soon get a refund as part of a national settlement with publishers accused of conspiring to increase prices, according to Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden.
Idahoans who purchased e-books between April 1, 2010, and May 21, 2012, are receiving notices about the settlement. Idaho consumers will receive up to $347,000.
The publishers involved in the settlement are Hachette Book Group, Harper Collins and Simon and Schuster.
A lawsuit continues against Apple and two other publishers.
E-book retailers have contacted eligible customers by email.
If you bought your e-books through Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble or Kobo, you will receive a refund automatically -- and are not required to file a claim.