For all residents in the U.S. who have been customers of Clark County Collection Service and had received calls from CCCS on their mobile phones between Sept. 20, 2009 and Sept. 20, 2013, you may be entitled to receive up to a $1500. The Clark County Collection Service has agreed to pay $8 million dollars for violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by contacting consumers on their mobile phones based off of a reference from another contact.
The Clark County Collection Service made phone calls to collect on borrowers in default on their payday loan using references from payday lenders. If you were a customer of Clark County Collection Service from Sept. 20, 2009 and Sept. 20, 2013 and fit the above criteria you may be eligible! File a claim by 12/12/2016!
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Clark County Collection Service TCPA Class Action Lawsuit:
- Clark County Collection Service TCPA Class Action Lawsuit Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 12/12/2016
- Who’s Eligible: All residents who were contacted by the CCCS from Sept. 20, 2009 and Sept. 20, 2013
- Estimated Amount: Class members may receive up to $1500
- Proof of Purchase: Yes, class members must show the claim ID number postcard notice from August 12, 2016
- Case Name & Number: Ronald Grider v. Clark County Collection Service LLC, et al., Case No. 2:13-cv- 01731-KJD- CWH, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada
How to File a Claim:
- Head over to the Clark County Collection Service Class Action Lawsuit Form
- Read over the claim form to see if you are eligible.
- Fill out the claim form with your information.
- Submit your claim by 12/12/2016 to receive your potential award!
You can potentially get up to $1500 from the Clark County Collection Service Class Action Lawsuit. According to the lawsuit, the CCCS contacted consumers using references from their payday lenders which violated the Telephone Consumer Act. If you were contacted from Sept. 20, 2009 and Sept. 20, 2013, file a claim by 12/12/2016 to receive your potential award! Don’t forget to take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!
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