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Rams Class Action Settlement – File Claim for 25% of Documented Purchases

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A mind-blowing 25 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Pudlowski, et al. v. The St. Louis Rams LLC,.

Visit www.ramsclassactionsettlement.com to file a claim or learn more about the case.

The case is numbered 1622-CC00083-01 and is pending in the Circuit Court for the City of St. Louis in the State of Missouri.

All claim forms must be in by 1/16/2020 (hurry up and get that claim filed).

Who should file a claim?

Missouri consumers who purchased Rams’ tickets and/or merchandise between April 22, 2010, and Jan. 4, 2016.

RamsClassActionSettlement.com Contact Points

  • Mail: Rams Class Action Settlement c/o RG/2 Claims Administration LLC P.O. Box 59479 Philadelphia, PA 19102-9479
  • Email: RamsClassActionSettlement@RG2claims.com
  • Phone: 1-844-951-2349

Class Counsel?

Rams class action lawsuit class members who file valid claims will be represented by Steven Stolze from HOLLAND LAW FIRM, Daniel DeFeo from THE DEFEO LAW FIRM, and Thayer Weaver from TLW & ASSOCIATES LLC.

The Rams have hired Roger Heidenreich, Elizabeth Ferrick, and Michael Harriss from the law firm of DENTONS US LLP.


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More Notes About The Settlement

In order to benefit from the Rams settlement, consumers need to file a valid Claim Form by Jan. 16, 2020. The deadline for exclusion and objection was Nov. 4, 2019. The final approval hearing for the settlement was scheduled for Dec. 17, 2019.

This notice is to inform you of a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit called Pudlowski v. The St. Louis Rams, LLC, , No. 1622-CC00083-01. This settlement affects Missouri citizens who purchased St. Louis Rams tickets or merchandise in the State of Missouri for personal, family, or household purposes between April 22, 2010, and January 4, 2016.

If you fail to file a claim by the deadline you will not be eligible for any of the benefits determined under this settlement.

OasisEnergyTCPASettlement.com – Oasis Energy Ringless Voicemail Lawsuit

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The Oasis Energy TCPA class action lawsuit is entitled Albrecht v. Oasis Power LLC d/b/a Oasis Energy and is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

You can file a claim at www.OasisEnergyTCPASettlement.com.

All claim forms must be filed by 2/20/2020.

Class members do not need to file a claim as the courts have appointed them lawyers at no cost to them.

OasisEnergyTCPASettlement.com Contact Points

  • Mail: Oasis Power TCPA Settlement Administrator c/o Epiq P.O. Box 4109 Portland, OR 97208-4109
  • Email: Not found
  • Phone: 1-855-939-0540

Class Members Lawyers

  • Katrina Carroll Kyle Shamberg CARLSON LYNCH LLP
  • Scott Edelsberg EDELSBERG LAW PA
  • Andrew J. Shamis SHAMIS & GENTILE PA
  • Manuel S. Hiraldo HIRALDO PA

Oasis Energy will be represented by Ezra Church & Michelle Pector from the law firm of MORGAN LEWIS & BOCKIUS LLP.


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Who should file a claim?

Consumers who received a prerecorded message or ringless voicemail from Oasis Energy or its affiliates Censtar, Electricity Maine, Electricity N.H., Major Energy, Perigee, Provider Power Mass, Respond Power, Spark, and Verde (together, the “Oasis Entities”) between February 12, 2014, and September 25, 2019.”

In order to file a claim, you must live in the United States.

How much money will class members receive?

Thew exact amount of money any one class member will receive will depend on how many people file claims.

The more people that file valid claims the less each class member will receive.

Plaintiff Kenneth Albrecht filed his Oasis Energy class action in February 2018, claiming that the company sent him and other consumers ringless voicemails.

2019 Resort Fee Settlement – Claim $22 or 2,200 Wyndham Rewards Points

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2019 Resort Fee Class Action Settlement

A mind-blowing 6 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Luca v. Wyndham Hotel Group LLC,.

Please visit www.2019resortfeesettlement.com to file a claim and learn more about the case.

In summary, class members claim they were charged deceptive resort fees when booking through the Wyndham website.

Wyndham denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid further court costs.

Wyndham Hotel Resort Fee Class Action Settlement Contact

  • Luca v. Wyndham Hotel Group LLC.
  • Case No. 16-cv-746-MRH
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
  • Luca v. Wyndham Hotel Group LLC Settlement Administrator KCC Class Action Services LLC PO Box 43237 Providence, RI 02940-3237
  • admin@2019resortfeesettlement.com
  • 1-855-263-1090

Class members do not need to hire lawyers as they will be represented by Gary F. Lynch, Jamisen A. Etzel (CARLSON LYNCH LLP) and Joseph P. Guglielmo, Erin Green Comite, Carey Alexander (SCOTT + SCOTT LLP).

Wyndham will be represented by K. Winn Allen, Ronald K. Anguas Jr., Zachary A. Avallone (KIRKLAND & ELLIS LLP)


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Who much will class members receive?

Cash payment of $22 or 2,200 Wyndham Rewards Points.

Who should file a claim?

Cash payment of $22 or Resort guests who booked a room at a Wyndham-affiliated hotel using the company’s website, completed their stay between June 6, 2010, and Oct. 18, 2019, and paid a resort fee. Consumers must have booked their room through the Wyndham Hotel websites, guests are not eligible if they booked their stay by telephone, in person, through a third-party website such as Expedia.com, Travelocity.com, or Hotels.com, through a group booking, or any other avenue. Resort fees include any mandatory resort fee, service charge, hotel service fee, resort service fee, or facility fee. Taxes or excise payments passed onto a governmental entity or optional benefits such as parking fees do not count as resort fees under the Class definition. Wyndham Rewards Points.

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.