Class Eligibility

You may be a member of the Class if, between January 23, 2011 and June 29, 2017, you were the owner of a motor vehicle which was (a) stolen or taken without your consent, authorization, or permission, and (b) transferred or sold, without your consent, authorization, or permission, to any of RMR’s Kentucky locations. The transfer or sale to RMR may have occurred directly from the person(s) who took your vehicle without your consent, authorization, or permission, or may have occurred by way of another business which received and sold scrap material in bulk to RMR. Since RMR is required to keep records of each transaction, RMR has expended substantial resources of time and money to analyze its transaction data to try to determine which transactions may meet the criteria for inclusion in this Class. Class Counsel has investigated to check the general accuracy of that analysis. This Notice is being sent to those individuals who are believed to have been effected, but is also being provided to other possible Class Members.

Estimated Amount

Varies

You will receive fair market value of the vehicle in question

Proof of Purchase

VIN #

Case Name

Mohamed Salem Abdellahi, et al. v. River Metals Recycling LLC,
Case No. 13-CI-00095.
Commonwealth of Kentucky Campbell Circuit Court Second Division

Case Summary

The lawsuit claimed, among other things, that RMR purchased at its Kentucky locations vehicles belonging to the Plaintiffs and other class members, without the authorization or consent of the Plaintiffs, from January 23, 2011 to June 29, 2017. Plaintiffs allege these purchases did not comply with Kentucky law. RMR maintains that it complied with all applicable laws and regulations and denies all claims of wrongdoing.

Settlement Pool

$1,150,000.00.

Deadline

10/17/2017

Contact


River Metals Recycling Settlement
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 9349
Dublin, OH 43017-4249
(800) 231-1815
RiverMetalsQuestions@ChooseGCG.com

One response to “Kentucky River Metals Recycling Class Action Settlement”

  1. Stephanie says:

    Pretty similar to what a police officer in Mill Valley did to me. Told me he’d retire my vehicle for me thru the CAPS BAR program and I’d get a $1,000 check. But that was a lie. I was/am disabled and sued, but he actually went so far as to produce false documentation. The department also harassed me before and after the trial. So wrong on so many levels.

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