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Settlements Approved in Charvat v Resort Marketing Group Class Action Lawsuit

This week, the US District Court for Northern Illinois approved a $3.1 million settlement with the Resort Marketing Group. The company is accused of making millions of automated telemarketing calls to passengers without their knowledge and violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Charvat filed suit against the cruise lines and Resort Marketing Group after receiving such calls. He alleged that the company used the company’s database to send out unwanted advertising calls. The defendants denied wrongdoing in the lawsuit and cancelled the accounts of customers who received these robocalls.

The settlement in the Charvat v. Resort Marketing Group, Inc et al. class-action lawsuit is expected to total $12.5 million.

The plaintiffs are owed the monies from the robocalls. If they were able to collect the money, the cruise lines could face as much as $1,500 per call. The settlement requires plaintiffs to file their complaints by November 3, 2017, or electronically file the claim by that date.

In a lawsuit filed last year, Philip Charvat and others sued the Resort Marketing Group for sending telemarketing calls without permission. The plaintiffs said that the cruise lines violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending out robocalls without consent. The company was accused of contacting millions of potential customers with prerecorded messages. The complaint was settled for between $7 million and $12.5 million, but this settlement only applies to robocalls made using the company’s database.

The settlement was reached in June 2017 and is worth between $7 million and $12.5 million.

This settlement only applies to calls made using the Resort Marketing Group’s database and does not cover pre-recorded calls. The deadline to file the lawsuit is November 3, 2017, and electronic filing is required. While this settlement is favourable, the resorts should be aware that some of these calls may be fraudulent. They should pay reparations to the victims and prevent these complaints from happening in the future.

A judge in Chicago approved a settlement with the Resort Marketing Group in a lawsuit filed by cruise passengers. The settlement is worth seven to $12.5 million and is limited to calls made using the company’s database. As of this writing, a class action settlement with the Resort Marketing Group will not apply to pre-recorded calls. This settlement will only cover pre-recorded calls made by the company. However, this settlement only applies to consumers who received these robocalls.

Despite the class-action lawsuit, the Resort Marketing Group has settled with the cruise lines that it has violated the TCPA.

The plaintiffs are eligible to recover damages from the company for each call they received without consent. The settlement is a significant victory for consumers. The $1.7 million payouts will cover the costs of robocalls made by the company. It is important to note that the settlement is limited to the database used by the Resort Marketing Group.

The class-action settlement with the Resort Marketing Group involves the telemarketing company’s robocalls of passengers.

The robocalls allegedly promoted cruise lines without the consent of the passengers. Because of the high number of claims, the lawsuit is a result of improper and unfair practices. The plaintiffs sought to receive $12,500 in compensation for each call. These payments were based on the TCPA violations. Ultimately, the case is a victory for all concerned.

A class-action settlement with the Resort Marketing Group, Inc. has a favourable outcome for consumers. In this case, the Cruise companies were accused of telemarketing practices without consent. They did not ask for their consent to contact the passengers. The lawsuit aims to limit the damages that the cruise lines could face if the plaintiffs were unsuccessful in obtaining the settlement. However, the amount of compensation varies. This is an example of the type of class-action settlement with the Resort Management Group.

The settlement includes a $12.5 million settlement. The plaintiffs also received an additional $5 million in damages. In the end, the Resort Marketing Group has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit against the cruise lines for violating the TCPA. The plaintiffs were not able to afford the high costs of litigation, so they were willing to settle the case. For this reason, the court authorized the parties to create a fund to compensate consumers.

6 thoughts on “Settlements Approved in Charvat v Resort Marketing Group Class Action Lawsuit

  1. I have sill not received my settlement. You had indicated I had 3 calls.

    My claim number is 61418867201. I have emailed multiple times and now the emails bounce back.

    Do I need my own attorney? That will just cost you more.

    Should not take an act of God for a simple reply, I have given you everything you needed and on time as well as send a 2nd time.

    1. I have sill not received my settlement. You had indicated I had 3 calls.

      My claim number is 62415483001. I have provided my email several times. Please provide me with a response

  2. I am going through my pending folder and here it is still pending. I submitted my claim on August 19, 2017 – Claim Number: 62089270501. I have tried to email and too bounced back. Today Is July 1, 2023. I understand that these cases take a ridiculous amount of time but I think 6 years is a bit much. So what has been the delay for pay out? I also sent you an email message on Monday September 13, 2021 stating that we had sold our home and moved just a mile down the road and providing the new address. I would like to put this paperwork in the rear view mirror and would appreciate a reply please. thank you.

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