Claim $60 in Terminix Robocall Class Action Settlement

Who is a Class Member

Anyone who was the recipient of an “autodialed payment and/or debt-collection call” from Terminix or any associated persons between the dates of August 22, 2012 and July 28, 2017.

*Anyone who provided consent to receive these calls will not qualify.

Settlement Amount

Terminix will provide sufficient funds to distribute $60 to each valid claim.

Proof of Purchase

Potential class members must verify ownership/possession of the cell phone which received debt-collection calls from Terminix.

Claim Form

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Important Dates

08/22/2012 – 07/28/2017: Class Period

12/26/2017: Objection deadline.

12/26/2017: Exclusion deadline.

12/26/2017: Claim filing deadline.

02/23/2018: Final hearing.

Settlement Notes

  • Tomorrow Black-Brown, et al. v. Terminix International Company Limited Partnership
  • Case No. 1:16-cv-23607
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Miami Division

Class members of the Terminix robocall class action lawsuit contest that they received unlawfull debt-collection calls (and other prerecorded payments) from Terminix and related bodies without providing consent, leaving the defense in violation of the TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act). The present lawsuit is limited to an automatic dialing system during the class period: August 22, 2012 to July 28, 2017. Consent was given any time a cell phone number was provided IF it directly related to purchasing or receiving services from Terminix. Consent may have been revoked if Terminix was contacted.

The defense in the Terminix robocall lawsuit is limited to only Terminix International Company Limited Partnership, who represents subsidiaries. Terminix continues to deny any wrongdoing or liability, but has agreed to a settlement in an effort to avoid further litigation and release of any accusatory claims. The proposed settlement terms will award any valid claims with a cash distribution of $60 from Terminix, in addition to the payment of any accumulated counsel and administrative fees up to $295,000. Class representative Tomorrow Black-Brown will also seek a $5,000 service award for her representation of qualified members.

All class members who file valid claims in the case will be represented by Jonathan Cohen and John Yanchnuis (Morgan & Morgan).

Contact Information

Settlement Administrator
c/o Angeion Group.
1801 Market Street, Suite 660
Philadelphia, PA 19103


Settlement Website

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