Sunbelt Rentals Class Action Settlement
All individuals and entities in the United States that (i) entered into a Rental Out Contract with Sunbelt during the Class Period that contained the following language:
RENTAL RATES. … . Customer is responsible for … (ii) delivery and pickup costs to and from the Store; … (vi) fuel used during the Rental Period (Customer may either return the Equipment fully fueled or a fuel charge shall be assessed (designed to cover Sunbelt’s direct and indirect costs of refueling the Equipment)) ….
and (ii) paid Defendant one or more of the Charges, including within the class the legal representatives, heirs, successors in interest, transferees and assigns, immediate and remote.
All contracts dated 12/29/2013 – 11/10/2015 for all stores within the United States, except as separately stated below:
- 12/16/2013 – 11/10/2015 for stores located in Arizona, California, and Nevada.
- 12/8/2011 – 11/10/2015 for stores located in Miami-Dade County, Florida
- 7/21/2011 – 11/10/2015 for stores located in Georgia
The portion you get back will be determined as a percentage of the total amounts you paid. The total amounts you paid will be determined by Sunbelt’s business records. However, you have the option to submit your own records instead of relying upon Sunbelt’s business records.
Proof of Purchase
ALL-SOUTH SUBCONTRACTORS, INC., et al., v. SUNBELT RENTALS, INC.,Case No.: 14-CV-1376-1Superior Court of Dougherty County State of Georgia
The lawsuit claims that Sunbelt charged and collected Pay On Return Refueling Charges and Transportation Surcharges which were in excess of Sunbelt’s costs for providing these services. According to Plaintiffs, by doing these things Sunbelt breached the contracts that some of its customers entered into and violated certain state statutory laws. Sunbelt denies that it did anything wrong, and the Court has not found that Sunbelt did anything wrong.
75 days after the Court’s Final Approval Order
SBR Fee Settlement,
1801 Market Street, Suite 660,
Philadelphia, PA 19103