If the class has been certified by the court, the certification order would typically define who is included -- and who is not included -- in the class. Frequently, a "Notice of Class Action Suit" will be sent to members of the class, giving them a choice whether to (1) remain "in" the class (usually, by doing nothing) or (2) "opt out" of the class by returning a form stating that you don't want to be part of the class. Did you receive such a notice? If so, read it carefully and follow the directions. If not, you may want to check the court files or contact an attorney to do so. Note: I am not a Florida attorney so I cannot give you any advice about Florida law.
I agree with Mr. Kennedy, but would add that you should be able to find information about the law suit online. Do a google or other internet search, and you should be able to find the attorneys representing the class members. They should be your first point of contact. Best of luck.
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A Florida class action attorney should be able to do a search on Pacer, a federal court website that requires a subscription, to find suits in which Countrywide is named as a defendant. Call one and ask for help if you can't find the information you are looking for online.
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There are many actions against countrywide. Some involve mortgages, and others involve credit cards and other lending practices.
There are a number of websites that you can find using a Google search to fild the class actions that have been filed and their nature. Without further information, it is difficult to direct you to a case.