What is the Nationwide Insurance Call TCPA Settlement?
A $5 million settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Nationwide Mutual Insurance violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making automated phone calls to phone numbers listed on the national Do Not Call Registry and to recipients who did not provide their consent.
The Settlement affects certain individuals who received an Automatic Call from Nationwide Mutual Insurance or on behalf of, between the dates of September 27, 2012 and October 15, 2018. Settlements will be awarded to three qualifying subclasses:
“MediaAlpha Settlement Class” and “MediaAlpha Settlement Class Members”:
Means all persons within the United States who received a telephone call advertising Nationwide’s homeowners or automotive insurance products, whose telephone call or Lead Information was transferred by MediaAlpha to Nationwide during the Class Period.
“Nationwide IDNC Settlement Class” and “Nationwide IDNC Settlement Class Members”
Means all persons within the United States who (a) received more than one telephone solicitation within any 12-month period falling within the Class Period (b) on their phone number that had been registered on the Nationwide Internal Do Not Call Registry for more than 31 days, (c) the purpose of which was to advertise Nationwide’s automotive or homeowners’ insurance products.
“Variable Settlement Class” and “Variable Settlement Class Members”
Means all persons within the United States who received a telephone call from Variable Marketing , whose telephone call or Lead Information was transferred to a Nationwide Agent during the Class Period.
Eligible persons would receive an estimated cash award of only $75 based on a 10% claim rate, and could be less upon final approval.
If you chose NOT TO OPT OUT you are entitled to only the amount estimated above.
Know your legal rights. Call us now at 844-685-8600 for a Free Case Evaluation.
You could be entitled to much more if you have received a substantial number of calls from Nationwide Insurance
Under the TCPA (Telephone Consumer's Protection Act) you are entitled to damages of $500 up to $1,500 per call!
This is money you could possibly receive only by opting OUT.
You are still in time to opt out, even if you have filed claim in the class action suit. Don’t miss this chance to get what you deserve
Can Lemberg Law help with the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company TCPA Lawsuit?
Yes. We’ve helped more than 25,000 consumers recover more than $50 million. WE CAN HELP YOU, TOO!
This is not a website to file a settlement claim. The information on this page is to help assist you in evaluating the possibility of OPTING OUT of the class action settlement to potentially RECOVER MORE MONEY you could be entitled to. If you have questions please fill out our FREE CASE EVALUATION form or call 844-685-8600.