Class Eligibility

“If you were or are a borrower with a loan secured by property in Florida who were charged by Homeward between July 1, 2008 and March 31, 2013 for one or more LPI policies, and who either (1) paid some or all of this premium (less any refund you received), or (2) did not pay some or all of this premium but still owe some or all of this premium, you are a member of the Settlement Class and may be eligible for a payment or mortgage escrow account credit.”

Estimated Amount

Varies

Amount will be 12.5 percent of LPI charged on homeowner account during eligible Class period.

Proof of Purchase

N/A

Case Name

Julie Ann Rico v. American Home Mortgage Servicing Inc.,
Case No. 502009CA034657
Florida 15th Circuit Court

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that the defendant contracted home insurance for properties whose policies had lapsed. The policies selected by the defendant were far more expensive that the amount that the home owner should have paid and in violation of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act

Settlement Pool

$9,000,000

Deadline

08/29/2016

Contact


Homeward LPI Settlement
c/o GCG
PO Box 10275
Dublin, OH 43017
1-855-907-3221
HomewardLPISettlement@gardencitygroup.com

3 responses to “Homeward Lender-Placed Insurance Class Action Settlement”

  1. Fred Hulett says:

    Hello,
    I was part of the settlement group awarded a payment.

    When will payments be mailed out?

    Thank you,
    Fred Hulett

    ADMIN – Hi Fred,

    Have you contacted this number? 1-855-907-3221

  2. Ernest Weaver says:

    Hi my name is Ernest Weaver and and I am contacting you about my LPI settlement refund and l would like to know when will I receive it? I have been calling and I have emailed you. I give Cynthia Trussell permission to to speak with you.

    ADMIN – Hi Ernest,

    Sadly we are not in a position to help you. You need to contact the class action admin directly.

  3. Lisa says:

    I finally received a check but not able to cash it.

    ADMIN – Hi Lisa,

    Try calling the class action administrator.

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