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Kyles Security Incident Settlement – Claim up to $4,220

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You could claim up to $4,220 in the class action lawsuit entitled Kyles, et al. v. Stein Mart Inc., et al.

Simply head on over to www.kylessecurityincidentsettlement.com and file a claim online.

The lawsuit is pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware and is numbered 1:19-cv-00483-CFC.

 

KylesSecurityIncidentSettlement.com Contact Info

  • Mail: Kyles v Stein Mart Settlement c/o Heffler Claims Group PO Box 34657 Philadelphia, PA 19101-4657
  • Phone: 1-844-484-0406
  • Email: Not found

 

Who should file a claim?

The following residents of the United States should file a claim ASAP…

You are included in the Settlement Class if you reside in the United States and were notified by Stein Mart that you made purchases on Stein Mart’s online store using your credit, debit, or another payment card on certain dates between December 28, 2017, and July 9, 2018. 


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Do I have to hire a lawyer?

No. The following attorneys will represent the class members who file a claim… Benjamin F. Johns from CHIMICLES SCHWARTZ KRINER & DONALDSON-SMITH LLP and Cornelius P. Dukelow from ABINGTON COLE + ELLERY.

Steinmart has hired Edward J. McAndrew from DLA PIPER LLP, Casie D. Collignon & Matthew D. Pearson from BAKER & HOSTETLER LLP R., Stokes Nolte & Julie M. O’Dell from WILKS LUKOFF & BRACEGIRDLE LLC, and Jon Kardassikis from LEWIS BRISBOIS BISGAARD & SMITH LLP.

 

Do I need proof of purchase?

You will need to provide the claim ID number in order to file a claim online or when you file one by mail.

 

Not happy with the settlement?

You may want to consider filing an objection.

You must mail your objection(s) and/or notice of intent to appear at the Final Approval Hearing so that it/they are postmarked no later than July 23, 2020.

MortgageTCPASettlement.com: Freedom Mortgage TCPA (Cash Settlement!)

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A 9.5 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Somogyi, et al. v. Freedom Mortgage Corp.

Please visit www.mortgagetcpasettlement.com to file a claim or download the claim form.

The case is under review in the  U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and class members have until 6/23/2020 to file a claim (two days after the first day of summer).

We have been receiving a lot of emails asking us if you need to hire a lawyer in order to get settlement benefits in these class action lawsuits… NO!

The courts have appointed BERGER MONTAGUE PC and MAHANY LAW FIRM to represent class members who file valid claim forms.

 

MortgageTCPASettlement.com Contact Points

  • Mail: FMC Settlement c/o Heffler Claims Group P.O. Box 400 Philadelphia, PA 19105-0400
  • Phone: 1-833-930-2424
  • Email: Not found (and we tossed hundreds of dollars at the problem)

 

So who should file a claim Somogyi, et al. v. Freedom Mortgage Corp.?

Class members are defined as “current and former Freedom Mortgage clients who, between Sept. 1, 2013, and July 22, 2019, received at least one call or voicemail from the company for which they did not obtain permission“.

If you qualify please file a claim ASAP in order to receive a cash payment bruh!


Free class action settlements for cash: Visit GraysonSettlement.com and Centurylinkmdlclasssettlement.com.


 

Do Class Members Need to Provide Proof of Purchase?

You better believe it bruh!

You will need to provide the Claim ID number from their mailed or emailed notice and submit a claim stating that they received at least one unauthorized call or voicemail from the mortgage company between Sept. 1, 2013, and July 22, 2019.

 

MortgageTCPASettlement Settlement Fairness Hearing

If you are so unhappy with the terms of the settlement that you want to pull your hair out please consider attending the Mortgage TCPA settlement fairness hearing.

This hearing will be the time to air your grievances to the judge and will take place on or around September 10, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.

Please show up at Mitchell H. Cohen Building & U.S. Courthouse, 4th & Cooper Streets, Camden, NJ 08101 in Courtroom 3C 20 minutes ahead of time so you can get a good seat for all the action!

GraysonSettlement.com: Claim $5 or $300 Cash ($5 Rebate)

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A mind-bending $20 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Glen Grayson, et al. v. General Electric Co.

Head on over to www.graysonsettlement.com to file a claim or learn more about the case.

Class members can claim either $300 cash, $5 cash, or a $5 rebate depending on which settlement class they fall into.

All claims must e filed no later than 10/14/2020 in order to receive a settlement award regardless of the type you may receive.

 

Who should file a claim?

Individuals who purchased or owned a GE Profile or GE Monogram brand microwave oven bearing a model number beginning with JEB1090, JEB1095, ZMC1090, or ZMC1095 at any time between Jan. 1, 1995 and Jan. 15, 2020.”


Read more later: RoseSettlement.com or Sirius XMDNC TCPA Settlement: Claim Cash or $12 Bucks in Sirius Credits


 

GraysonSettlement Contact Points

  • Mail: Grayson v. GE Settlement Administrator c/o Epiq P.O. Box 6727 Portland, OR 97228-6727
  • Email: info@GraysonSettlement.com
  • Phone: 1-855-913-0602

 

Class members do not need to hire a lawyer as they will be represented by Robert A. Izard, Seth R. Klein, and Mark P. Kindall from IZARD KINDALL & RAABE LLP and Hassan A. Zavareei and Anna C. Haac from TYCKO & ZAVAREEI LLP.

General Electric will be represented by Jeffrey J. White, John H. Kane, Wystan M. Ackerman, and Kevin P. Daly from the law firm of ROBINSON & COLE LLP.

 

Will I have to provide proof of purchase in order to get PAID (like Randy Moss)?

You bet!

Larger payments require a clear photo or other documentation of the spontaneous glass breakage or shattering along with a serial number of the microwave, a purchase receipt, or photographic proof of prior ownership. Lower payments require purchase receipts, photographs of the microwave, or information about the microwave (Serial Number, date of purchase, and/or color).

 

Settlement Fairness Hearing

If you are not pleased with the settlement please attend the fairness hearing which will take place on or around 7/16/2020.

RoseSettlement – Claim a flat payment of $150? (Class Action Lawsuit)

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Class members in the class action lawsuit entitled Rose, et al. v. The Travelers Home and Marine Insurance Company, et al.

You can learn more about the case by visiting www.rosesettlement.com.

The case is numbered 2:19-cv-00977-GJP and is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Claim forms MUST be filed no later than 5/28/2020 in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie!

If you are unhappy with the terms of the settlement you can always muster up the strength to speak at the fairness hearing. The fairness hearing will take place on or around 6/23/2020.

 

RoseSettlement.com Contact Information

  • Rose v. Travelers Settlement Administrator c/o Epiq P.O. Box 2312 Portland, OR 97208-2312
  • info@RoseSettlement.com
  • 1-866-977-0336

 

Who should file a claim?

The following legal residents of the United States are considered class members…

Individuals who made a Travelers property damage claim (including rot damage) under a policy which included rot remediation coverage but was partially or fully denied by Travelers.


Read More: WAAG Mesh Settlement or AMESSettlement.com


 

Here is the million-dollar question!

How much money will I get?

According to settlement documents obtained by ClassActionWallet.com you can expect “Up to $3,750. Payments will depend on the amount of rot damage claimed by consumers, based on actual or estimated repair costs, regardless of whether or not work was completed. For valid policy period claims, the following distribution will apply: For valid statutory period claims, Class Members can collect a flat payment of $150.

 

Do class members need to provide proof of purchase?

YES.

Proof of purchase can come in the form of a canceled check or repair bills or photos.

 

Tell me more about this fairness hearing

If you are unhappy with the amount of money associated with the RossSettlement please attend the fairness hearing on June 23, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.

If this date needs to be rescheduled please check the official class action website at www.rosesettlement.com.