All residents who have ever purchased products from Monarch Decking may be eligible for a cash payment of up to $30,000 or $500 to $2000 depending on which tier you’re classified in. The tier depends on how much products your purchased from Monarch Decking. According to the lawsuit, many of the products sold by Monarch Decking turned out to be defective and the 20 year warranty that came with the products as promised was not honored. Green Tree and Biewer, the owners of Monarch Decking told its customers that Green Tree was no longer in business and therefore did not cover any of the warranties. Green Tree has denied any wrongdoing but has agreed to the settlement. So if you are eligible, file a claim to receive your potential award!
Monarch Decking Class Action Lawsuit:
- Monarch Decking Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 12/22/2016
- Who’s Eligible: Class members are eligible if you have ever purchased products from Monarch Decking
- Estimated Amount: Up to $30,000 or $500 to $2,000 depending on your claim amount
- Proof of Purchase: Yes
- Case Name & Number: Mark A. Stolzenburg v. Green Tree Composites LLC., Case No. 4:14-cv-1533, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
How to File a Claim:
- Head on over to the Monarch Decking Claim Form
- Read over the claim form to see if you are eligible.
- Fill out the claim form with your information.
- Submit your claim to receive your potential award!
If you’ve ever purchased materials from Monarch Decking, you may be eligible for the cash payment of up to $30,000 or $500 to $2,000 depending on how much you spent on the products. According to the settlement, plaintiffs have claimed that Monarch Decking violated the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act by selling defective products and not honoring its 20 year warranty. Green Tree has denied any wrongdoing but has agreed to the settlement. So if you are eligible, file a claim to receive your potential award! Don’t forget to take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!
|EFCU Financial||LA||1.60%||$100k||---||6-Month Jumbo CD||Review|
|TTCU Federal Credit Union||OK||1.44%||$100k||---||6-Month Income CD||Review|
|TEXAR Federal Credit Union||AR, TX||1.25%||$1k||---||6-Month CD||Review|
|Texas Bridge Credit Union||TX||1.01%||$25k||---||6-Month Mini Jumbo CD||Review|
|Community First Credit Union||WI||0.80%||$2.5k||---||6-Month CD||Review|
|MapleMark Bank||Nationwide||0.75%||$25k||---||6-Month CD||Review|
|Advancial||OK, LA, TX, AK||0.72%||$1k||---||6-Month CD||Review|
Billie Bakeberg says
I also wonder if there is any recourse. Did not know there was a recall or class action. Shouldn’t have purchasers have been notified?
Debbie Blood says
Please let me know if we have any legal recourse. We had a deck installed in July 2007 using Monarch products for ~$6,500. We had another contractor look at our deck today 7/19/18 to make repairs and he was shocked the deck was only 11 years old and indicated the deck should have lasted a minimum of 20 years since it was made of composite decking. Right now all the Monarch product needs to be replaced. He recommended we contact Monarch for resolution.
We were unaware of the recall and class action suit against the Monarch products.
We started to realize the decking material was inferior just last month when visiting friends. We asked how old their deck made out of composite materials was. It looked brand new and they indicated it was 7 years old.
Please advise if we have any recourse against Monarch or the original contractor that installed the deck.
The original contractor purchased the Monarch product, designed and installed our deck. He has never contacted us on the recall of the product.