If you purchased a ticket to an event at Rams Head between March 14, 2011 and March 14, 2013, you could be entitled to benefits from the ticket pricing class action settlement, up to $5 per ticket. The terms of the Rams Head Ticket Pricing Class Action Lawsuit, alleges that the company charged additional fees to the face value of tickets either it or its agent sold which violated Baltimore laws. The claims state that the concert venue charged more for tickets for Rams Head Live! and Pier 6 Pavilion than it was allowed to charge under the Baltimore City Code.
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Rams Head Class Action Lawsuit:
- Rams Head Ticket Pricing Class Action Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: January 1, 2016
- Who’s Eligible: All persons purchased a ticket to an event at Rams Head between March 14, 2011 and March 14, 2013 where Rams Head or its agent collected fees in excess of the regular or established price of the ticket.
- Estimated Amount: $5 per ticket, if Class Members bought more than one ticket during the Class Period then they will receive a settlement certificate for each transaction.
- Proof of Purchase:
- Class Members will receive a settlement certificate even if they do not file a Claim Form as long as Rams Head already has your email or mailing address.
- If Rams Head does not have your email or mailing address, you will need to file a claim form and provide some information about your ticket transaction so that Rams Head can verify that you are a Class Member.
- Case Name & Number: Bogdan v. Rams Head at Baltimore LLC, Case No. 24-C-14-001369, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.
How to File a Claim:
- If you are a class member, head to the Rams Head Ticket Pricing Class Action Claim Form
- There are two ways to file your claim:
- January 1, 2016 – you must submit your Claim Form on-line on or before January 1, 2016.
According to the Rams Head class action settlement, Class Members who do not exclude themselves by submitting a valid exclusion request will receive a certificate that can be used at various Rams Head locations. Rams Head denies any wrongdoing but agreed to the terms of the settlement in order to avoid the cost of further litigation. If you purchased a ticket to an event at Rams Head between March 14, 2011 and March 14, 2013 then you may be eligible for compensation from the Rams Head Ticket Pricing Class Action Lawsuit. File a claim today to receive your $5 settlement. Be sure to submit before the 1/1/2016 deadline to be considered for compensation. Take a look at our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!
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