Class Eligibility

If you received a postcard, Defendant’s records indicate you are included in the Settlement. Specifically, the Settlement includes all persons in the United States who received a call on their cellular telephones from M3 Financial made using the Global Connect dialing platform (ATDS and/or prerecorded voice messages), and whose number was not listed in the patient or guarantor field, from May 12, 2011 through May 26, 2016 (the “Class Period”), inclusive, as identified in the Class List.

Estimated Amount

Varies

This is a pro rata settlement, each member will receive an equal share of the pool once the expenses have been covered

Proof of Purchase

PIN

Case Name

Mason v. M3 Financial Services Inc.,
Case No. 1:15-cv-04194,
District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division

Case Summary

Plaintiff alleges that Defendant violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) by calling persons on their cellular phones using an automatic telephone dialing system or artificial or prerecorded voice, without prior express consent. The TCPA provides, among other relief, that a plaintiff may seek statutory damages of up to $500 per violation, and that this amount may be trebled for willful violations. The TCPA does not provide for the recovery of attorneys’ fees. Defendant denies any wrongdoing, denies that it violated the TCPA, and specifically denies that it used an automatic telephone dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice to make calls without prior express consent.

Settlement Pool

$600,000

Deadline

03/21/2018

Contact


In re: M3 Financial Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 404041
Louisville, KY 40233-4041
info@m3financialtcpasettlement.com
844-660-2216

9 responses to “M3 Financial Robocalls TCPA Class Action Settlement”

  1. Juel Alfred says:

    Add me

    ADMIN – HI Juel,

    I can’t do that. You must do it yourself using the link provided.

  2. Michael Robinson says:

    Relocated and card has been lost previous address was in Indiana currently reside in las Vegas Nv

    ADMIN – Hi Michael,

    Consider contacting the class action administrator to see if he can reissue your claim info.

  3. JO A GRAF says:

    i HAVE RECIEVED THREE OF THESE AND AT ONE POINT I ATTEMPTED TO DOWNLOAD LINK AND MY IPHONE CRASHED SO I SHUTMIFOFF N RESTARTED AND DELETED AND BLOCKED THE INCCOMING NUMBER

    ADMIN – Hi Jo,

    File a claim.

  4. Glenda bettis says:

    I have gotten so many of these kind of calls , don’t know how to prove it was from just this company

    ADMIN – Hi Glenda,

    Class action member received notification via mail.

  5. Patricia McFarland says:

    I get robo calls all the time on BOTH of my phone numbers… 719-395-8334 and 719-838-1547. I even got one on Thanksgiving morning. They’re always about staying at some luxury hotel-motel, resorts, and or vacation cruises. The numbers that come up on my caller ID always changes… most are in my 719 area code and many are either out of Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Leadville, Salida, and or Buena Vista Colorado. (Not smiling)

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    Don’t forget to file your claim.

  6. James Shannon says:

    I get those calls all of the time.

    ADMIN – Hi James,

    It sounds like you are a class member.

  7. heather black says:

    13-685-2935

    ADMIN – Hi Heather,

    In order to file a claim you must click on the link that reads “click here to file a claim”.

  8. Clara Cavazos says:

    I have got a lot of these calls and there seems. I have reported some to the sheriffs Department in my county. And they have stopped but there are others that keep coming up and if you block the number they just call me back from a different one.

    ADMIN – Hi Clara,

    We get you. Lots of people report the same issue. File your claim when applicable.

  9. Angela allen says:

    I always was getting these calls. And like others stated most of the time they were using my area code of 254 but sometimes they came from other states.

    ADMIN – Hi Angela,

    Sounds like you are a class member. Consider filing a claim for this class action settlement.

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