Class Eligibility

You are a member of this class if you are a borrower in the United States who, between Jan. 1, 2009 and June 22, 2016 and you were charged by Regions Bank under a hazard or wind-only force-placed insurance policy for residential property, and who either paid Regions Bank the net premium for the policy or who did not pay and still owe Regions Bank the net premium for the policy.

Estimated Amount

Varies

Claimants may receive either a cash payment or a credit toward what they owe Regions Bank, depending on whether they paid their force-placed insurance premium.

Class Members who were charged for a hazard or wind force-placed insurance policy on or before Oct. 31, 2013 will receive 12.5 percent of the net premium charged during the Class Period.

Class Members who were charged for a hazard or wind force-placed insurance policy on or after Nov. 1, 2013 will receive seven percent of the net premium charged during the Class Period.

Proof of Purchase

Account #

Case Name

Ziwczyn, et al. v. Regions Bank, et al.,
Case No. 1:15-cv-24558-FAM
District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that Regions Bank placed excessive insurance policies on borrowers’ homes when their policies had lapsed or otherwise provided inadequate coverage.

Region’s bank denies the allegations but has agreed with all parties to settle

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

TBD

Contact


Ziwczyn v. Regions Bank Settlement
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 10286
Dublin, OH 43017-5886
1-855-907-3253

6 responses to “Regions Bank Forced-Placed Insurance Class Action Settlement”

  1. Janet E. Shirley says:

    My Name is Janet Elaine Shirley, Maiden Name Janet Elaine Holmes. I filed a claim concerning, Ziwczyn V. Regions Bank Settlement, Regions Forced Insurance Class Action Settlement. We send it back to you Certified Mail signed receipt, But we have not heard anything or have we received a Certified signed receipt back.

    ADMIN – Hi Janet,

    I removed your private information from this request. Please scroll up and find the field titled “contact” You can use that field to find the telephone number of the admin and submit your request for additional information.

  2. Charles Archer says:

    I was not made aware of such a settlement nor had the opportunity to partake of this action. I recieved no written noticed of these events. Due to Regions fraudulant practices my mortgage has double and am now facing forclosure! I would like to know what my options are!!

    ADMIN – Hi Charles,

    Your option if you feel you were cheated is to hire a lawyer.

  3. Janet E. Shirley says:

    What is this? I don’t understand. Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Janet,

    It is a settlement against Regions Bank for placing negotiated Force-Placed insurance on certain mortgages. It applies if you failed to pay your home insurance and the selected a policy for you.

  4. Michele Martin says:

    My name is Michele Martin and I received a settlement check, but it was lost. By the time I discovered the check it was invalid. I have written a letter, emailed and called to have the check reissued and gotten no response. Please contact me to have the check reissued. Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Michele,

    I am not the class action administrator. You need to contact them directly.

  5. Sherry says:

    I would like to know when I can expect my check. I fill out the paper work almost 2 yrs ago after being contact by your office. . Will contact the listed above in the morning.

    ADMIN – Hi Sherry,

    This settlement was already paid out and you no longer have recourse.

  6. Sherry says:

    My name is Sherry Gueary and i submitted my paperwork to you all back in October 2016. I have not heard for your company in almost 2 yrs. I tried to contact you all at 1-855-907-3253, 20 times in which the phone stated busy. Can someone please contact me regarding the settlement. My email is listed below.

    ADMIN – Hi Sherry,

    I believe this settlement was satisfied many months ago and you no longer have the option to escalate.

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