AutoZone Rewards Settlement – Claim Up To $35 In Reward Credits

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AutoZone Rewards Settlement

California AutoZone Reward Credits Class Action Settlement

A mind-warping 48 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Mary Ruth Hughes, et al. v. AutoZone Parts Inc., et al.,

Class members can visit www.dev-hughes-v-autozone.pantheonsite.io to learn more about the case.

The case is under review in the Superior Court for the State of California, County of Los Angeles and is listed as case number BC631080.

What’s the case about?

Class members allege that AutoZone breached its contractual duties to Class Members who made purchases before the National Plan Conversion and violated California’s Unfair Competition Law by causing Reward Credits and $20 Rewards to expire.

AutoZone denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to the insane settlement amount in order to avoid further court costs.

AutoZone Rewards Settlement Contact Info

  • Mail: AutoZone Litigation c/o Postlethwaite & Netterville PO Box 82565 Baton Rouge, LA 70884
  • Phone: Not found
  • Email: info@AZRewardsLitigation.com

Who should file a claim?

There are two subclasses in the California AutoZone reward credits class action settlement:

“Subclass 1: All persons who: (1) were enrolled in a 5/20/20 plan through an AutoZone store (and not online) in California at the time of the National Plan Conversion; (2) made purchase(s) of over $20 from AutoZone in California using their Rewards account on or before July 31, 2014; and (3) whose $20 Reward(s) and/or Reward Credit(s) earned through the purchase(s) on or before July 31, 2014 were deemed expired and never reinstated by AutoZone.”

“Subclass 2: All persons who: (1) were enrolled in a 5/20/20 plan through an AutoZone store (and not online) in California at the time of the National Plan Conversion; (2) made purchase(s) of over $20 from AutoZone in California using their Rewards account on or after July 31, 2014; and (3) whose $20 Reward(s) and/or Reward Credit(s) earned through the purchase(s) on or before July 31, 2014, were deemed expired and never reinstated by AutoZone.”

Class members do not have to hire lawyers as they have been appointed representation by the court.

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