www.targettcpasettlement.com – Claim $70 Cash in Target Debt Lawsuit

www.targettcpasettlement.com

Target TCPA Debt Settlement

A mind-bending 7 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit against Target.

To file a claim for a chunk of the 7 million dollar settlement please visit www.targettcpasettlement.com.

Class members claim Target violated federal law by placing automated calls regarding debt collection to consumers who were not debtors on an account.

Target denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid future litigation.

TargetTCPASettlement.com Contact

  • Target TCPA Settlement c/o Epiq P.O. Box 6397 Portland, OR 97228-6397 1
  • (877) 848-4116
  • Email not found

Class Member Counsel

The class members will literally be represented by a small army of lawyers to include Myles McGuire, Evan M. Meyers, and Eugene Y. Turin from MCGUIRE LAW PC – Jarrett Ellzey from HUGHES ELLZEY LLP – Aaron Siri from SIRI & GLIMSTAD LLP – Daniel Hutchinson from LIEFF CABRASER HIEMANN & BERNSTEIN LLP – Robert Shelquist from LOCKRIDGE GRINDAL NAUEN PLLP.


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Who should file a claim?

Legal residents of the United States who received a debt collection phone call from Target between March 27, 2012, and May 15, 2018, despite not being the debtor on the account.

If you live outside the United States please don’t waste your time filing a claim as you will be DENIED.

How much will class members receive?

Ah, the million-dollar question…

The exact amount any one class member will receive is not known but experts close to the case predict class members will receive $70 on average.

Will class members have to pay for the lawyers?

This is a tricky question… yes and no…

Class members will not have to pay out of their own pocket for the lawyers as they will simply request a % of the settlement pot (which may be very large).

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