A class of applicants for sales positions at Victoria's Secret California stores sued the store chain for failure to pay wages and unfair competition. The applicants claimed the stores required them to participate in "sales tryouts," which involved unpaid job training and job previews, and that they should have been compensated for such training and services. The $10 million settlement includes a payout in the form of a $67.50 gift card to each applicant who submits a valid claim and $2.89 million in attorneys' fees