Express Personnel FCRA Class Action Settlement
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.
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
Flores v. Express PersonnelC.A. No. 14-3298United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
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