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Only purchasers from the District of Columbia and the following 30 states may qualify:
Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Maine,
Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska,
Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota,
Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West
Virginia and Wisconsin.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the case about?
This class action lawsuit is part of several on-going cases that followed the U.S. Department of Justice's investigation into the auto parts industry that has yielded more than $2billion in civil fines. These cases allege that certain companies conspired to fix the price of certain motor vehicle component parts resulting in over-charges. Although these companies have denied these claims, they have agreed to significant settlements to avoid further protracted litigation. Additional money may become available if additional companies settle or lose a trial.
- How do I qualify for a refund?
If you bought or leased a New Motor Vehicle (including cars, light trucks, pickup trucks, crossovers, vans and sport utility vehicles) at any time between 1996 and 2016 in any one of the following states you could qualify for a refund from this $605 Million settlement: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin (and the District of Columbia).
- How much money should I expect to get back?
At this time, it is not known how much each qualifying class member will receive from the settlement(s). Recovery will depend on several factors, including the number of valid claims that are ultimately filed. However, if you've purchased or leased a motor vehicle let us help you qualify for a refund. You have nothing to lose. We only recover if you do!
- What is a class action lawsuit?
A class action lawsuit is a lawsuit filed by one or more plaintiffs on behalf of others who have a similar legal claim. Because they allow people to join together as a group in a single lawsuit against one or more defendants, class action lawsuits provide an economical and efficient method to recover monetary damages caused by others' wrongdoing. Class action lawsuits also encourage more responsible behavior on the part of corporate defendants.
- Why use Refund Recovery Services to recover your refund?
Our staff has helped thousands of businesses and individuals recover millions of dollars in refunds from class action settlements. Companies and individuals often fail to file because they believe that the potential recovery is not worth their effort. Let us do the work for you.
- How does Refund Recovery Services get paid?
Refund Recovery Services receives a percentage of your recovery for our services. There are no up-front fees, out-of-pocket or other costs. We only get paid if you do.
- Am I obligated to use Refund Recovery Services to file a claim?
No. You are always entitled to file a claim on your own without incurring any fee and no cost assistance will be available from the Claims Administrator and Class Counsel during the claims-filing period. A separate agreement explaining our responsibilities and fees will be provided to you if your company decides to use Refund Recovery Services to prepare and file your class action refund claim.
- Is Refund Recovery Services a law firm?
No. Refund Recovery Services is not a law firm and we do not give legal advice. Refund Recovery Services is not affiliated with the court, the claims administrator or the parties associated with the class action lawsuit. We suggest that you consult with your lawyer if you have any legal questions regarding participation in a specific class action lawsuit.