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Current Class Settlements

A settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit alleging that Target deceptively marketed its Target Debit Card (“TDC”) and breached consumer agreements in the way it processed TDC Transactions and assessed Returned Payment Fees (“RPFs”). Class Members may be entitled to either an automatic payment or an automatic reduction of any outstanding balance on their TDC account. As part of the Settlement, Target has also agreed to several business practice changes related to TDC Transactions.

If you obtained a loan or line of credit from Great Plains Lending, Plain Green, MobiLoans, or First Bank of Delaware, you could be entitled to loan forgiveness and cash payment from a settlement. This is the second Settlement relating to a series of lawsuits alleging that Plain Green and Great Plains loans and MobiLoans lines of credit did not comply with various state and federal laws because they were made at annual interest rates greater than what is permitted by state law or the lenders did not have a license to lend when one was required.

If you had a Farmers Insurance Exchange or Mid-Century Insurance Company Auto policy in California and were insured by those companies for at least 9 years, you may be eligible for a payment from a class action settlement. This settlement relates to class action claims alleging that Farmers engaged in violations of the Unfair Competition Law – Commission of Unfair Business Act or Practice Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 et seq., Unjust Enrichment and Violation of Cal. Ins. Code § 1861.10, and claims that Defendants improperly used price optimization/elasticity of demand (a policyholders’ or class of policyholders’ willingness to tolerate a price increase as a compared to other policyholders or other classes of policyholders) as a factor in calculating premiums in California. All Settlement Class Members will receive an equal payment amount (estimated at $15.09).

If you purchased or owned a GE Profile or GE Monogram brand microwave oven bearing the model numbers JEB1090, JEB1095, ZMC1090, or ZMC1095, manufactured between 1995 and 2007, you may be entitled to monetary benefits from a class action settlement. This settlement relates to the allegation that General Electric Company (“GE”) sold certain GE-branded microwave ovens that contained defects such that the glass on the door of these microwaves may break or shatter spontaneously.

If you purchased or received a Sharp Microwave Drawer Oven between 2009 and 2020 you could get benefits from a class action settlement. A Settlement has been reached with Sharp Electronics Corporation (“Sharp”) in a class-action lawsuit regarding Sharp-branded Microwave Drawer Ovens (“Class Microwave(s)”). The lawsuit alleges that some of the Class Microwaves contained an issue that caused “arcing through the waveguide,” which could cause the microwave to malfunction (an “Arcing Event”). This Settlement applies only to Sharp microwave drawer ovens, and not to other Sharp microwave ovens (i.e., not countertop or over-the-range models) or other Sharp products.

If you incurred one or more $35 extended overdrawn balance charges in connection with your Bank of America consumer checking account, between February 25, 2014, and December 30, 2017, you may be entitled to benefits from a class action settlement. A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit challenging extended overdrawn balance charges (“EOBCs”) as allegedly violating the National Bank Act’s usury limit. Current and former holders of Bank of America consumer checking accounts who incurred EOBCs may be eligible for a cash payment, account credit, or a reduction of outstanding debt owed to Bank of America.

If you have or had a Navy Federal account and were charged Representment NSF Fees between January 28, 2014, and October 27, 2020, you may be entitled to a payment from a class action settlement. A Settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit claiming that Navy Federal Credit Union (“Navy Federal”) breached its contract with member Account Holders by improperly assessing and collecting Representment NSF Fees on certain transactions. The lawsuit claims that Navy Federal breached its contract with member checking Account Holders by assessing and collecting Representment NSF Fees on certain transactions.

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Nationstar Mortgage LLC violated the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act by failing to adhere to its requirements with respect to its customers’ loss mitigation applications and that Nationstar violated Maryland law by not timely responding to its customers’ mortgage servicing complaints.

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Powerbeats 2 Earphones contained a defect, causing them to stop working and fail to retain a charge after minimal usage. The lawsuit further alleges that as a result of the defect, Apple misrepresented the battery life of Powerbeats 2, that Powerbeats 2 earphones were sweat & water-resistant, and that Apple did not properly repair or replace defective Powerbeats 2 within the one-year limited warranty period.

If you are a current or former Capital One customer who was charged an Overdraft Fee on a Debit Card Ttansaction that was authorized into a positive available balance but settled against a negative balance, during the Class Period, you may be entitled to benefits from this class action settlement. A Settlement has been reached in a class-action lawsuit claiming that Capital One breached its contract with Account Holders and improperly assessed and collected Overdraft Fees on certain transactions.

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