A $150,000 Gift Card Fees Class Action Settlement is now open for all the customers who purchased the MGM gift cards at Costco. This settlement is for all the consumers who also had the inactivity fee deducted from the balance of the card.
You will get money from this class action settlement, if you have purchased a gift card from Costco and were subjected to a fee between October 24, 2010, and July 31, 2018.
This Costco settlement resolves the allegations that customers were not told about this fee before they made the purchase. Now, Plaintiff David Hanson has filed this lawsuit in 2016 after buying 140 cards at a hotel.
The card class action lawsuit says that members were not fully informed about this fees as required by the federal law. Moreover, the plaintiff also claims that he also read the disclosure before purchasing the card, but they were kept in a belief that no fee will be charged until the conclusion of the eighteenth period of inactivity.
However, the Costco gift card fees class action lawsuit stated that neither the company addressed how much fees would incur, nor it stated the date when fees would actually begin.
This MGM card fees law action settlement resolves both the defendants of this allegation. However, if you want to be excluded or wish to object to its terms, they must do in writing no later than Oct’15, 2018.
Are You Eligible?
The Class Members including the US residents who have bought an MGM gift card between October 24, 2010, and July 31, 2018.
Proof Of Purchase
No proof of purchase.
What Is The Potential Award?
The award includes an equal share of the $150,00 MGM gift card class action settlement fund after the litigation costs come over.
Click here to file a claim.
However, do not file the claim, if you are not eligible for this settlement.
Remember that you are submitting the claim under penalty of perjury. If you submit a fraud claim, you will be harming other eligible class members. Ho
In case, if you are not eligible for this claim, check our database for other open class action settlements.
Hanson v. MGM Resorts International, et al., Case No. 2:16-cv-01661-RAJ, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington
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