Chase Bank TCPA Class Action Settlement
You are a Class Member of the Chase Bank TCPA settlement if you received collection calls or wrong-party automatic alerts. A wrong-party automatic alert refers to an automated call or text to a cell phone where the person who received the communication was not the intended recipient.
Note that Cash payments are only available to Class Members who received collection calls from Chase or who received automatic alerts but were not the intended recipient of the communications. The call(s)must have been received between July 1, 2008 and Dec. 1, 2013.
If you only received automatic alerts relating to your own Chase credit card or bank account, you are not eligible for a cash payment from the Chase TCPA class action settlement. However, you can opt out or withdraw your consent to receive these alerts
$20 to $40 (estimated) The total pool will be divided pro rata among qualified claims
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Jonathan I. Gehrich, et al. v. Chase Bank USA NA and JPMorgan Chase Bank NA,
Case No 1:12-cv-05510
District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division
This settlement resolves a lawsuit where Chase is accused of violating the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).The lawsuit against Chase alleges that Chase used an automatic telephone dialing system or prerecorded or artificial voice when placing cell phone calls and texts without prior express consent between July 1, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2013. Some of the recipients of these automated calls or texts were allegedly not Chase customers and/or were not the intended recipients of the communications These types of telephone calls and texts are illegal under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which protects consumers from unwanted or harassing cell phone calls from companies. Chase has denied the allegations but has agreed to settle to avoid the expenses and uncertainty associated with a long litigation
Gehrich TCPA Settlement
P.O. Box 35112
Seattle, WA 98124-5112Denver, CO 80231