New York Life TCPA Class Action Settlement
You are in the “Settlement Class” if, on or after May 13, 2012, New York Life, or a third party acting on New York Life’s behalf:
Called you on a cellular telephone using an automatic telephone dialing system or prerecorded voice; or
Called you two or more times within a twelve month period on a telephone number that was on the National Do-Not-Call Registry.
The estimated amount is based on 10% of the class members claiming
Proof of Purchase
Abante Rooter and Plumbing Inc. v. New York Life Insurance Company,Case No. 1:16-cv-03588District Court for the Southern District of New York
the class representative claims that, on or after May 13, 2012, New York Life violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, referred to as “TCPA”, by making calls to cellular telephones through the use of an automatic telephone dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice and to telephone numbers that were listed on the National Do-Not-Call Registry. The class representative claims that New York Life did not have the recipients’ permission to make these calls.
The Court has certified a class for settlement purposes only, referred to as the “Settlement Class”. U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Barbara Moses, referred to as the “Court”, is in charge of this class action.
New York Life denies that it did anything wrong, denies that this case would be certified as a class action in litigation and denies any and all liability to Plaintiff and the putative class.