Navy Federal Credit Union NFCU TCPA Settlement Lawsuit (Hawkins v. Navy Federal Credit Union)

Class Action Lawsuit. You may be entitled to more. Know Your Legal Rights and Options

NFCU TCPA Settlement – In lawsuits filed across the country, millions of consumers allege that Navy Federal Credit Union violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending unwanted text messages to their cellular telephones without their prior express consent

What is the NFCU TCPA Text Message Class Action Settlement?

A $9.5M settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Navy Federal Credit Union violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by spamming thousands of consumers with unwanted marketing text messages.

Plaintiff Ben Hawkins claimed he had received nearly 500 robotexts from the credit union despite the fact he hadn’t consented to receiving such messages, had never had an account with Navy Federal Credit and had never been a customer in any other capacity. NFCU denies the allegations but has decided that settlement is best for all parties involved.

The Settlement affects all persons who, between Sept. 15, 2015 , and the preliminary certification date, were sent one or more unwanted  text messages from Navy Federal Credit Union.

If the Settlement is approved, Class Members will receive a pro rata share of the $9.5 million settlement fund which divided amongst all members could equate to a monetary award far more inferior than what filing an individual suit could result in.

After attorneys’ fees and expenses and lead plaintiffs’ incentive awards are deducted, remaining eligible persons would receive an estimated cash award of only $100.00 based on a 10% claim rate, but 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.

Can I be entitled to more if I opt out?

Yes. 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

Know your legal rights. You could be entitled to much more if you have received a substantial number of calls from NFCU.

Can Lemberg Law Help You Get The Compensation You Deserve From the NFCU TCPA Text Class Action Lawsuit?

Yes. We’ve helped more than 25,000 consumers recover more than $50 million. WE CAN HELP YOU, TOO!

**IMPORTANT**

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

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