The notice was 2013I responded to a notice I received from rust consulting about a class action settlement regarding marital discrimination from countrywide lending. The deadline was 2 years ago. We have been put off for years. Every few months they change the payout deadline and no one has been paid. Is there a deadline that they have to pay us by? Do we have legal recourse for getting the run around and them holding on to our money? There are rampant complaints about rust consulting. Thank you
You have not posted a question, but if you have not received your settlement check, you should contact the claims administrator. Their information should be on the notice you received.
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Although I do not know the exact nature of your problem, contacting Rust Consulting about this matter is probably a good place for you to start.
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There is no question. You can contact the claims administrator or the plaintiffs' lawyers for further info. Be well.
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Call the lawyers for a status update, but the judges are super slow this summer handling all my class actions.
Was this a "notice of class certification" or "settlement and claim form"? If it was a notice of class certification, the members of this class could long way to go before a pay day. Possibly, through trial and appeal. On the other hand, a settlement and claim form is generally a quick pay day for the class members providing the settlement has been funded by th the defendant. You should call Rust to get a status check on the case.
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