Class Eligibility

You may be a Settlement Class Member if Quick Search prepared a background report on you at any time between November 3, 2013 to March 7, 2017 and either the report labeled a Pennsylvania summary offense as a misdemeanor or a more severe offense, and/or reported the same criminal incident more than once in the report.

Estimated Amount

$50-$500

There are multiple sub-classes receiving different amounts of money. Please refer to the FAQ to obtain additional details

Proof of Purchase

N/A

Case Name

Dougherty v. QuickSIUS LLC d/b/a Quick Search,
Case No. 2:15-cv-06422-JHS
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Case Summary

The Named Plaintiff alleged that Quick Search violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act by furnishing background reports without following reasonable procedures to ensure that the information in the reports was accurate.

Settlement Pool

$450,000

Deadline

04/17/2018

Contact


Quick Search Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
P.O. Box 91307
Seattle, WA 98111
1-833-609-6717
QuickSearchSettlement@jndla.com

6 responses to “QuickSearch Background Report Class Action Settlement”

  1. Jennifer Shala says:

    Please provide me a claim number to apply for this class action settlement. A search back in 2014 stated that I had some kind of a warrant in Pennsylvania when I have never lived there or traveled through there or know anyone there. It prevented me from getting a good state job, since I could not prove to my prospective employer that the information was incorrect during the application process.

    ADMIN – Hi Jennifer,

    Think about us as a newspaper of class action settlements. If you believe you are part of this settlement contact the administrator directly to obtain your number. Usually they send it to you via mail but perhaps it was lost by the mail service.

  2. Sally McQueen says:

    Need claimants id

    ADMIN – Hi Sally,

    Those are sent via mail to qualified class members. You can also call the class action administrator to have them check if you are in the list.

  3. michael Scott says:

    My background check 2016 in a Pennsylvania report stated i was a sex offender and some other non exsistent claims about working with the drug enforcement agency. these claims are fraudulent and kept appearing on line about issues that never have taken place.

    ADMIN – Hi Michael,

    If you meet the requirements set forth under class eligibility I encourage you to file a claim using the link provided.

  4. Deborah Thomas says:

    my name was used in listing of felony report, due to this i was denied entry into LPN .nursing program.at Oakland university.

    ADMIN – Hi Deborah,

    If you believe you are a class member and you meet class eligibility file a claim.

  5. Nicole Brakefield says:

    Please provide me a claim number. Information came up but I never lived there or should have this on my name.

    ADMIN – Hi Nicole,

    I wish we could help you but we are simply an informational website. You need to contact the class action administrator directly.

  6. Charles Johnson says:

    I tried to get a new job and my possible employer told me there was a felony on my record during the last 7 years (untrue) and I lost out on a good job. I tried to open a claim and I don’t have an ID number.

    ADMIN – Hi Charles,

    Reach out to the class action administrator to see if they can hep you out.

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