Class Eligibility

If you (i) resided in the States of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware or the Virgin Islands; (ii) applied for employment with Defendants; (iii) were the subject of a consumer report used by Defendants for employment purposes; (iv) were the subject of an adverse employment action by Defendants; and, (v) were not provided with a copy of the report and/or a written summary of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) prior to the adverse action, you may be eligible for benefits from a class action settlement.

Estimated Amount


If you incurred damages as a result of the failure of the Defendants to provide you with the pre-adverse action notice required by the FCRA, you may choose, instead of the automatic payment of $50.00, to file a claim for damages. However, you may not file a claim for damages in excess of $2,500.00.

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Flores v. Express PersonnelC.A. No. 14-3298

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Case Summary

The plaintiff alleges the defendant violated FCRA by failing to provide certain notices that are required by law.

Both parties have agreed to settle to avoid the expenses associated to a trial

Settlement Pool





Flores v. Express Personnel Settlement
c/o Settlement Administrator
P.O. Box 1607
Blue Bell, PA 19422
1 (800) 222-2760

9 responses to “Express Personnel FCRA Class Action Settlement”

  1. Amber chambers says:

    I’m not sure I lived in pan in 2000 and applied with many temp companies before moving back to NC how would I find out?

    ADMIN – Hi Amber,

    How about you contact the class action admin?

  2. Ashley Runkle says:

    I received a check in the mail but am not sure this is legit?

    ADMIN – Hi Ashley,

    Banks are best qualified to verify the legitimacy of a check.

  3. T Moore says:

    Hello, if they mailed the automatic checks, when do they mail the claim checks?


    ADMIN – Hi T,

    Much later than 90 days since the admin has to validate damages.

  4. Robert ross says:

    Hey admin. I was wondering when the checks from the lawsuit will be paid out. And are they able to be picked up. Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Robert,

    Checks were mailed to all Automatic Payment Settlement Class Members on May 26, 2017. You must cash or deposit this check within 90 days or it will expire and a replacement check will not be issued.

    • robert ross says:

      Good evening admin, I’m not sure what automatic payments mean. I was supposed to receive a rebate in the amount of $2,500 but I did not receive a check at the address you guys have on file. Maybe you can give me some clarification as to what automatic payments mean or if we had a claim for a different amount do we have to wait longer

      ADMIN – Hi Robert,

      An automatic payment means that you did not incur losses so you are only getting $50. If you incurred losses you will have to wait way longer to receive your check.

  5. William Starkey says:

    When should c!ass action payments be made? I saw the response of much later than 90 days, but that is vague. Much later than 90 days from when?

    ADMIN – Hi William,

    From deadline to submit claims.

  6. Michael Dutton says:

    Did not receive check, opted out of 50.00 for 2500. June 19 th haven’t received .

    ADMIN – Hi Michael,

    I don’t understand your statement or question. please clarify.

  7. German Lucas says:

    Good morning Dear administrator why I receive only a check of $50 dollar when I supposed to receive a check of 2,500 and I did all my paperwork on time?

    ADMIN – Hi German,

    Did you file for damages and provided evidence of said damages?

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