A 4 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Stewart v. Early Warning Services, LLC Settlement c/o JND Legal Administration.
Head on over to www.filedisclosurefcrasettlement.com to obtain more information.
Class members who file valid claims will receive: (b)(3) Class can collect payments of around $59. Members of the (b)(2) Class will benefit from injunctive relief.
EWS has denied all claims in the Lawsuit and contends that it acted lawfully and in compliance with the FCRA at all times. Despite denying liability and wrongdoing, EWS has decided it is in its best interest to settle the Lawsuit to avoid the burden, expense, risk, and uncertainty of continuing the Litigation.
Class members claim the Defendants violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C.
- Mail: Stewart v. Early Warning Services, LLC Settlement c/o JND Legal Administration PO Box 91365 Seattle, WA 98111
- Email: info@FileDisclosureFCRASettlement.com
- Phone 1: 1-888-964-1158 for (b)(2)
- Phone 2: 1-888-964-1154 for (b)(3)
Lawyers in the case:
Class Counsel: Gabriel Posner POSNER LAW PLLC
Defense Counsel: Cindy D. Hanson TROUTMAN SANDERS LLP
Related: A proposed cash settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled In re: Purdue Pharma LP, pending in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. (PurduePharmaClaims.com)
- Exclusion and objection to the settlement is 5/11/2020
- Final approval hearing for the Early Warning FCRA settlement is 6/22/20
Who Should File A Claim?
“The (b)(2) Class: Individuals who requested their file from Early Warning Services between March 7, 2016 and Feb. 21, 2020 and who received a “Summary File Disclosure.” This Class does not include individuals who had a record of a match in the Internal Fraud Prevention Service. The (b)(3) Class: Individuals who requested their file from Early Warning Services between March 7, 2016 and Feb. 21, 2020 and whose file disclosure indicated that the company had a fraud record about you despite the file disclosure not using the term “fraud.”