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NOTICE OF PROPOSED CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT

Francisco Marenco vs. Visa Inc.

United States District Court, Central District of California,

Case No. CV10-8022 DMG (VBK)

 

READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY. IT RELATES TO A PROPOSED SETTLEMENT OF A CLASS ACTION AGAINST VISA INC. FOR PERSONS WHO CALLED CERTAIN CUSTOMER SERVICE TELEPHONE NUMBERS REGARDING CERTAIN PREPAID VISA DEBIT CARDS BEFORE OCTOBER 1, 2010. THIS NOTICE CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING CLASS MEMBERS’ RIGHTS.

 

    There is a pending class action lawsuit against Visa Inc. on behalf of persons who called certain customer service phone numbers for certain prepaid Visa debit cards (“Affected Phone Lines”) prior to October 1, 2010, and spoke with a live person, and who at the time of the call resided or were located in California, Florida, Maryland, New Hampshire, Nevada, or Washington. The lawsuit alleges these persons had their phone conversations recorded without their consent in violation of laws of those states.

 

    Not every card with a Visa logo is a prepaid Visa debit card. Credit cards and cards that are linked to a checking or savings account are not prepaid debit cards. Also, not every prepaid Visa debit card used one of these phone numbers as a customer service line. So even if you have or had a prepaid Visa debit card, you are not necessarily a member of the Class. The Affected Phone Lines are:

 


(800) 504-5719

(866) 309-4933

(866) 543-9161

(866) 798-2045

(866) 906-4123

(800) 504-5724

(866) 309-4934

(866) 543-9167

(866) 798-2084

(866) 906-4130

(866) 209-4909

(866) 309-4937

(866) 594-6378

(866) 798-2112

(866) 906-4168

(866) 210-3170

(866) 317-9691

(866) 594-6438

(866) 798-2226

(866) 906-4170

(866) 213-3293

(866) 317-9692

(866) 599-5618

(866) 798-2272

(866) 909-9003

(866) 236-7967

(866) 317-9693

(866) 602-8199

(866) 798-2992

(866) 910-4750

(866) 236-7969

(866) 335-9097

(866) 620-1329

(866) 798-3080

(866) 913-0886

(866) 262-7438

(866) 360-2842

(866) 620-1367

(866) 798-3113

(866) 928-9237

(866) 262-7439

(866) 360-2857

(866) 620-1368

(866) 809-2676

(866) 928-9245

(866) 262-9488

(866) 360-2864

(866) 673-6574

(866) 809-2679

(877) 237-4321

(866) 262-9977

(866) 361-3867

(866) 692-9282

(866) 839-7481

(877) 703-5850

(866) 270-9602

(866) 416-5689

(866) 707-4346

(866) 839-7599

(877) 876-4089

(866) 270-9603

(866) 436-1824

(866) 708-9366

(866) 840-2570

(888) 294-2249

(866) 271-2933

(866) 436-1964

(866) 763-3370

(866) 840-2930

(888) 373-2883

(866) 271-3934

(866) 436-1965

(866) 763-3372

(866) 840-3476

(888) 373-2884

(866) 271-7780

(866) 436-1970

(866) 767-0810

(866) 840-3792

(888) 373-5707

(866) 272-2723

(866) 446-6770

(866) 791-0548

(866) 853-0146

(888) 373-5715

(866) 272-4480

(866) 446-6790

(866) 791-6841

(866) 853-8406

(888) 373-5727

(866) 287-2411

(866) 446-6805

(866) 791-6843

(866) 884-6106

(888) 373-5737

(866) 304-1164

(866) 446-6976

(866) 791-7431

(866) 887-1376

(888) 373-5771

(866) 304-1554

(866) 466-2352

(866) 791-8848

(866) 887-9588

(888) 373-5775

(866) 304-1580

(866) 466-2362

(866) 791-9611

(866) 902-1482

(888) 373-5781

(866) 304-1909

(866) 543-9126

(866) 791-9615

(866) 902-4339

(888) 373-5811

(866) 304-8680

(866) 543-9160

(866) 791-9989

(866) 902-7469

(888) 654-5188

(888) 738-1697

 




 

 

The Court has granted preliminary approval of a settlement. Under the Settlement, Visa will pay $18,000,000. After costs related to managing the Settlement, attorneys’ fees and costs, and a Class Representative payment are subtracted, the remainder will be divided among Class Members who timely submit valid claims to the Settlement Administrator, up to a maximum for California callers of $5,000 and callers from the other states of $1,000. If any funds are left, they will be donated to charities approved by the Court. The full settlement agreement and other documents about the Settlement are available at the Website.

 

The Court will hold a hearing on final approval of the Settlement, the attorneys’ fees, and the Class Representative payment, on November 28, 2011 @ 9:30 a.m. Class Members have a right to object to the Settlement or its terms, the attorneys’ fees, or the Class Representative payment, under a process explained on the Website. Objections must be submitted by November 7, 2011.

 

TO RECEIVE A SHARE OF THE SETTLEMENT, YOU MUST FILL OUT AND SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM BY OCTOBER 19, 2011. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO BE PART OF THE SETTLEMENT, YOU MUST SUBMIT AN EXCLUSION FORM BY OCTOBER 19, 2011. BOTH FORMS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE. IF YOU DO NOT SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE MONEY UNDER THE SETTLEMENT, BUT IF YOU DO NOT SUBMIT AN EXCLUSION FORM YOU WILL BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THE SETTLEMENT, INCLUDING THE RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS.

 

    If you have questions regarding this Notice visit www.callrecordingsettlement.com or call toll-free 1-888-312-5688.

 

 


 

 

 NOTICE OF PROPOSED CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT


Francisco Marenco v. Visa Inc.

United States District Court, Central District of California,

Case No. CV 10-08022 DMG (VBKx)

 

            PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY.  THIS NOTICE CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING A PROPOSED CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT THAT AFFECTS THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WHO CALLED CERTAIN CUSTOMER SERVICE TELEPHONE NUMBERS IN CONNECTION WITH CERTAIN PREPAID VISA DEBIT CARDS BEFORE OCTOBER 1, 2010.

 

            The purpose of this Notice (“Notice”) is to inform you of pending class action litigation, a proposed settlement in that litigation (“Settlement”), and a hearing to be held by the Court in which you can comment on or object to the Settlement.  This Notice describes the subject matter of the litigation, the basic terms of the Settlement, any rights you may have in connection with the Settlement, the fairness hearing to be held by the Court, and the actions that you may take if you are a member of the Class.  A full version of the Settlement Agreement, and other information about the litigation, is available at the following website:  www.callrecordingsettlement.com (the “Website”).

 

            The factual statements in this Notice are based on information provided to the Court by the parties and are not findings of the Court on the merits of the claims or defenses asserted by any of the parties.  This Notice is only intended to inform you of your rights under the terms of the Settlement.

 

            TO RECEIVE A SHARE OF THE SETTLEMENT, YOU MUST FILL OUT AND RETURN A CLAIM FORM INCLUDED WITH THIS LETTER OR AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE.  THE CLAIM FORM MUST BE POSTMARKED, EMAILED, OR FAXED BY OCTOBER 19, 2011.  IF YOU DO NOT RETURN A CLAIM FORM BY THIS DEADLINE, YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE MONEY UNDER THE SETTLEMENT. UNLESS YOU EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE SETTLEMENT, YOU WILL BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THE SETTLEMENT, INCLUDING THE RELEASE OF CLAIMS. 

 

I.  WHAT THIS NOTICE IS ABOUT

 

            A class action lawsuit (the “Lawsuit”) against Visa Inc. is currently pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California before the Honorable Dolly M. Gee, United States District Judge.  The plaintiff alleges that persons who called certain customer service telephone numbers and spoke to a customer service representative had their telephone conversations recorded without notice to or the consent of all parties, allegedly in violation of certain statutes in California, Florida, Maryland, New Hampshire, Nevada, and Washington.

 

            The Lawsuit is brought on behalf of all persons who (i) called any Affected Phone Line prior to October 1, 2010 and spoke with a live person, and (ii) at the time of the call resided or were located in California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, or Washington. 

 

            The Affected Phone Lines are customer service phone numbers for some kinds of prepaid Visa debit cards.  Not every card with a Visa logo on it is a prepaid Visa debit card.  Credit cards and debit cards that are linked to a checking or savings account are not prepaid debit cards.  Also, not every prepaid Visa debit card used one of these phone numbers as a customer service line, so even if you have or had a prepaid Visa debit card, you are not necessarily a member of the class. 

 

The Affected Phone Lines are:

 

(800) 504-5719

(866) 309-4933

(866) 543-9161

(866) 798-2045

(866) 906-4123

(800) 504-5724

(866) 309-4934

(866) 543-9167

(866) 798-2084

(866) 906-4130

(866) 209-4909

(866) 309-4937

(866) 594-6378

(866) 798-2112

(866) 906-4168

(866) 210-3170

(866) 317-9691

(866) 594-6438

(866) 798-2226

(866) 906-4170

(866) 213-3293

(866) 317-9692

(866) 599-5618

(866) 798-2272

(866) 909-9003

(866) 236-7967

(866) 317-9693

(866) 602-8199

(866) 798-2992

(866) 910-4750

(866) 236-7969

(866) 335-9097

(866) 620-1329

(866) 798-3080

(866) 913-0886

(866) 262-7438

(866) 360-2842

(866) 620-1367

(866) 798-3113

(866) 928-9237

(866) 262-7439

(866) 360-2857

(866) 620-1368

(866) 809-2676

(866) 928-9245

(866) 262-9488

(866) 360-2864

(866) 673-6574

(866) 809-2679

(877) 237-4321

(866) 262-9977

(866) 361-3867

(866) 692-9282

(866) 839-7481

(877) 703-5850

(866) 270-9602

(866) 416-5689

(866) 707-4346

(866) 839-7599

(877) 876-4089

(866) 270-9603

(866) 436-1824

(866) 708-9366

(866) 840-2570

(888) 294-2249

(866) 271-2933

(866) 436-1964

(866) 763-3370

(866) 840-2930

(888) 373-2883

(866) 271-3934

(866) 436-1965

(866) 763-3372

(866) 840-3476

(888) 373-2884

(866) 271-7780

(866) 436-1970

(866) 767-0810

(866) 840-3792

(888) 373-5707

(866) 272-2723

(866) 446-6770

(866) 791-0548

(866) 853-0146

(888) 373-5715

(866) 272-4480

(866) 446-6790

(866) 791-6841

(866) 853-8406

(888) 373-5727

(866) 287-2411

(866) 446-6805

(866) 791-6843

(866) 884-6106

(888) 373-5737

(866) 304-1164

(866) 446-6976

(866) 791-7431

(866) 887-1376

(888) 373-5771

(866) 304-1554

(866) 466-2352

(866) 791-8848

(866) 887-9588

(888) 373-5775

(866) 304-1580

(866) 466-2362

(866) 791-9611

(866) 902-1482

(888) 373-5781

(866) 304-1909

(866) 543-9126

(866) 791-9615

(866) 902-4339

(888) 373-5811

(866) 304-8680

(866) 543-9160

(866) 791-9989

(866) 902-7469

(888) 654-5188

(888) 738-1697

 

 

 

 

 

             To determine whether you are a member of the class, look at the back of your prepaid Visa debit card to see if one of the numbers listed above is provided as the customer service phone number.  You are a member of the class only if you called one of the Affected Phone Lines listed above before October 1, 2010 and spoke with a live person, and at the time of the call you resided in or were located in California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, or Washington.  Visa’s officers and directors, the judge, and the judge’s spouse and immediate family are excluded from the class.  

 

The parties have exchanged detailed information about the claims, defenses, and alleged damages.  Specifically, Class Counsel made a thorough investigation of the facts and circumstances surrounding the allegations made in the complaint and engaged in extensive investigation of the claims underlying this Action, including propounding and receiving from Defendant responses to extensive questions regarding the subject matter of the Complaint.  After lengthy settlement negotiations and two all-day mediation sessions overseen by independent and experienced mediators, the Settlement was reached.  The Settlement Agreement is not an admission by the Defendant of any liability or wrongdoing.

 

On July 20, 2011, the Court preliminarily approved the Settlement and provisionally certified a Settlement Class (“Class”).  The Class consists of all persons who called any Affected Phone Line (the phone numbers listed above) prior to October 1, 2010 and spoke to a live person, and who at the time of the call resided in or were located in California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, or Washington.  If you received this Notice in the mail, Visa’s records suggest that you may have a prepaid Visa debit card with an Affected Phone Line as the customer service phone number, and may be entitled to receive a share of the Settlement proceeds if you called that number and spoke with a live person. 

 

II.  TERMS OF THE SETTLEMENT

 

            Subject to the Court’s approval, the terms of the Settlement are as follows:

 

            A.        Total Payment to the Class.  Visa will pay total consideration in the sum of Eighteen Million Dollars ($18,000,000) which shall be placed into an interest bearing escrow account following preliminary approval of the Settlement (the “Gross Settlement Amount”).  

 

B.        Enhancement Fees, Attorneys’ Fees and Litigation Costs.  From the Gross Settlement Amount, Class Representatives and Class Counsel will ask the Court to award a maximum of Eighteen Thousand Dollars ($18,000) to the Class Representative as compensation for being the plaintiff in the action and in settlement of his claims (“Enhancement Payment”) and to award attorneys’ fees for Class Counsel in an amount not to exceed Four Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,500,000) plus expenses incurred by Class Counsel.  These awards will be subject to Court approval.  

 

In addition, all expenses incurred in administering the terms of the Settlement Agreement, such as providing notice to the Class of the pendency of the settlement, the acceptance of claims on behalf of the Class and the payment of settlement funds, as well as all other aspects of the claims administration process, shall be paid for from the Gross Settlement Amount.

 

C.        Distribution of Net Settlement Amount to Class.  The remainder of the Gross Settlement Amount following the payments described in paragraph B above (the “Net Settlement Amount”) will be divided among those who file a claim and prove to the Settlement Administrator that they are in the Class.  Callers from California will receive five times the amount that callers from Florida, Maryland, New Hampshire, Nevada, or Washington will receive, but with that exception everyone who shows that he or she is in the Class will receive the same amount:  up to a maximum for California callers of $5,000 and a maximum for callers from the other five states of $1,000.  The Settlement Administrator’s decision about whether a person is in the Class, and what state he or she resided in or called from, will be binding, final, and non-appealable.

 

Any unclaimed or undistributed funds will be given to charities proposed by the parties and approved by the Court.


            YOU DO NOT NEED TO CALCULATE THE AMOUNT OWED TO YOU—THE SETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATOR WILL DO THAT.  HOWEVER, TO RECEIVE YOUR PORTION OF THE SETTLEMENT AMOUNT, YOU MUST FILL OUT AND EMAIL, MAIL, OR FAX A CLAIM FORM. 


III.   YOUR RIGHTS AND OPTIONS


You have four options under the Settlement:  (1) claim your share of money under the settlement; (2) object; (3) do nothing (but recognize that doing nothing will result in the release of your right to bring certain claims against Visa and Related Persons); or (4) exclude yourself from the Settlement.

 

            1.         To Claim Money Under the Settlement.  If you wish to receive money under the Settlement, you must complete a Claim Form, without redaction, deletion, or revision of any language on the form, attest to the accuracy of your information under penalty of perjury with your signature, and submit it by mail, email, or fax to the address listed on the Claim Form.

 

YOUR CLAIM FORM MUST BE POSTMARKED, EMAILED, OR FAXED BY NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 19, 2011.  If your Claim Form is not postmarked, emailed, or faxed by that date, or is incomplete, you will not receive any proceeds from the settlement.  If you lose, misplace, or require another Claim Form, you should immediately contact Class Counsel or go to www.callrecordingsettlement.com.

 

            2.         To Object to the Settlement.   If you wish to object to the Settlement, then on or before November 7, 2011, you must send a written objection that clearly and concisely explains the legal and factual basis for your objection to the following attorneys:

 



CLASS COUNSEL:   

Gregory N. Karasik

greg@spiromoss.com

Spiro Moss LLP

11377 West Olympic Blvd., 5th Floor

Los Angeles, CA  90064-1683

 

Sahag Majarian

sahagii@aol.com

Law Offices of Sahag Majarian II

18250 Ventura Blvd.

Tarzana, CA  91356                           

COUNSEL FOR VISA: 

Robert C. Holtzapple

rholtzapple@fbm.com

Thomas B. Mayhew

tmayhew@fbm.com

Farella Braun + Martel LLP

235 Montgomery Street, 17th Floor

San Francisco, CA  94104

 

Perrie M. Weiner

Perrie.weiner@dlapiper.com

Edward D. Totino

edward.totino@dlapiper.com

DLA PIPER LLP (US)

1999 Avenue of the Stars, 4th Floor

Los Angeles, CA  90067

           

Any objection should include: (1) the name of this Litigation, Francisco Marenco v. Visa Inc., Case No. CV 10-08022 DMG (VBKx); (2) the Class member’s name; (3) the Class member’s address; (4) the Class member’s telephone number; and (5) a statement that the Class member called an Affected Phone Line and spoke with a live person prior to October 1, 2010.

 

All objections must be signed.  If you make a written objection to the Settlement, you or your attorney may also appear in Court to argue your objection at the Final Approval Hearing.  The address of the Court and the date, time, and place of the Final Approval Hearing are set forth in Section VI of this Notice. 

 

            If you do not object in the manner described above, you shall be deemed to have waived any objections, and shall forever be foreclosed from objecting to the definition of the class, the fairness or adequacy of the proposed Settlement, the scope of the release, the payment of Class Counsel’s attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses, the Enhancement Payment to the named plaintiff, and any other aspect of the Settlement.

 

            If you intend to object to the Settlement but also wish to receive your share of the Settlement if it is approved by the Court, you must also submit a timely and valid Claim Form as explained above.

 

            3.         If You Do Nothing.  If you do nothing, you will not receive any payment under the Settlement.  However, you will still be bound by the terms of the Settlement, including the release of certain claims, as set forth in Section IV below. 

 

            4.         To Exclude Yourself from the Class and from the Settlement.  If you wish to exclude yourself (“opt out”) from the Settlement, you must complete the Exclusion Form, without redaction, deletion or revision, and return it by mail, e-mail, or fax as directed at the bottom of this notice.  The Exclusion Form is available at the following website:  www.callrecordingsettlement.com.  To be valid, the request for exclusion must be postmarked, emailed, or faxed no later than October 19, 2011.  If you submit a request for exclusion after that date, your request for exclusion will not be valid and you will remain a member of the Class and be bound by the terms of the Settlement, including the release of claims set forth in Section IV below. 

 

            If you submit a timely and valid request for exclusion, you will no longer be a member of the Class and will receive no money under the Settlement, but you will retain whatever claims you may have against Visa Inc. and its Related Persons with regard to the Settled Claims.

 

DO NOT SUBMIT BOTH THE CLAIM FORM AND AN EXCLUSION FORM.  IF YOU SUBMIT BOTH, THE EXCLUSION FORM WILL BE INVALID, AND YOU WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE CLASS, AT WHICH POINT YOU WILL BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THE SETTLEMENT.

 

IV.       RELEASE OF CLAIMS

 

    IF YOU MAKE A CLAIM, OR IF YOU DO NOTHING, YOU WILL RELEASE KNOWN AND UNKNOWN CLAIMS AGAINST DEFENDANT AND ITS RELATED PARTIES AS EXPLAINED IN THIS SECTION. 

 

    If you do not exclude yourself from the Settlement, as described in Section III above, you shall be deemed to have, and by operation of the Final Order and Judgment shall have, fully, finally and forever released, relinquished, and discharged all Released Claims against Visa and its Related Persons.

 

“Related Persons” means the Clients (which means persons with whom Visa has or had an agreement to provide call center services), the Issuers (which means issuing banks or financial institutions for any card that had an Affected Phone Line on the back of the card as the phone number to contact for customer service), and each of their or Defendant’s past or present directors, officers, employees, partnerships, and partners, principals, agents, controlling shareholders, any entity in which the Clients, the Issuers, or Defendant have a controlling interest, or which directly or indirectly has a controlling interest in the Clients, the Issuers or Defendant, the Clients’, the Issuers’, or Defendant’s attorneys, accountants, auditors, advisors, vendors, experts, consultants, insurers, co-insurers, and reinsurers, predecessors, successors, subsidiaries, divisions, assigns, joint ventures, and joint venturers, related or affiliated entities, individuals, or entities, and all others acting in concert with Defendant, the Clients, or the Issuers. 

 

The Released Claims include any and all claims, actions, demands, rights, liabilities, suits, causes of action, claims for damages, claims for injunctive relief, and claims for equitable relief, of every nature and description whatsoever, including Unknown Claims, as defined below, that were asserted or could have been asserted in any pleading or amended pleading by, or on behalf of the Class Representative or Class, or by any of the other Class Members against Defendant or its Related Persons, based upon, arising from, or related to the facts alleged in such pleadings, including, but not limited to (1) the recording or monitoring of any telephone calls by the Defendant or its Related Persons, or (2) the facts, transactions, events, occurrences, disclosures, statements, acts or omissions or failures to act which were or could have been alleged in the Lawsuit or any similar action based upon the same facts.  Released Claims shall not include claims based on the monitoring or recording of a telephone call made by a Class Member while a Class Member was neither located in, nor residing in, California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, or Washington at the time of such call. 

 

    The Class Representative and each Class Member may later discover facts in addition to or different from those which he or she now knows or believes to be true with respect to the subject matter of the Released Claims (“Unknown Claims”). Unknown Claims cover any Claims which the Class Representative or any Class Member does not know or suspect to exist in his, her or its favor at the time of the release which, if known by him, her or it, might have affected his, her or its settlement with and release of the Released Persons, or might have affected his, her or its decision not to object to this Settlement.  With respect to any and all Released Claims against the Released Persons, the Class Representative expressly waives and relinquishes, and the other Class Members shall be deemed to have, and by operation of the Judgment shall have, expressly waived and relinquished, to the fullest extent permitted by law, (a) the provisions, rights, and benefits conferred by § 1542 of the California Civil Code, which provides:

 

A general release does not extend to claims which the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his or her favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him or her must have materially affected his or her settlement with the debtor

 

and (b) any law of any state or territory of the United States, Federal law or principle of common law, or of international or foreign law, which is similar, comparable or equivalent to § 1542 of the California Civil Code.

 

V.        CLASS COUNSEL RECOMMEND THE SETTLEMENT

 

Class Counsel believe that it is in the best interest of the Class Members that the Lawsuit be settled on the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.  Class Counsel reached that conclusion after evaluating the factual and legal issues in the Lawsuit, the benefits that the Class Members will receive as a result of the Lawsuit, and the risks and uncertainties of continued litigation, the expense that would be necessary to prosecute the Lawsuit through trial and through any appeals that might be taken, and the likelihood of success at trial.

  

VI.       FINAL APPROVAL HEARING

 

            The Court will hold a hearing on November 28, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. to determine whether the Settlement should be finally approved as fair, reasonable, and adequate.  At that hearing, the Court will also rule on Class Counsel’s motion for attorneys’ fees, litigation expenses, and Class Representative’s enhancement award.  The Court is located at 312 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA  90012.  The hearing may be continued without further notice to the class.  YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE HEARING, BUT MAY DO SO IF YOU CHOOSE.

 

VII.     EXAMINATION OF PAPERS AND INQUIRIES

 

            This Notice contains only a summary of the terms of the proposed Settlement.  You may view and download the Settlement Agreement and other documents at the website of the Settlement Administrator at www.callrecordingsettlement.com.  You may also review the pleadings and other papers filed in the Lawsuit at the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. District Court, Central District, Western Division, Spring Street Courthouse, 312 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA  90012.


    If you have additional questions about the Settlement, you may contact Class Counsel at the address and telephone numbers listed below.  PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE THE COURT, VISA, YOUR PREPAID VISA DEBIT CARD ISSUING BANK, OR DEFENSE COUNSEL ABOUT THIS NOTICE.

 

VIII.    MAILING ADDRESS, EMAIL, AND FAX NUMBER FOR ALL FORMS & CONTACT INFORMATION FOR CLASS COUNSEL/ADMINISTRATOR

 

Please use the following email address, fax number or mailing address for submitting a Claim Form or Exclusion Form:

 

 

Settlement Administrator Email: CallRecordingSettlement@gcginc.com

Settlement Administrator Fax: (206) 876-5295 

Settlement Administrator Address:   Marenco v. Visa Inc. 

c/o The Garden City Group, Inc. 

P.O. Box 9725 

Dublin, OH 43017-5625

 

You only need to submit your Claim Form or Exclusion Form once, by mail, by email, OR by fax.

You may contact the Settlement Administrator toll-free at 1-888-312-5688 

 

You may contact Class Counsel at the following addresses:

 

                     

Gregory N. Karasik  Sahag Majarian 
greg@spiromoss.com sahagii@aol.com 
Spiro Moss LLP Law Offices of Sahag Majarian II 
11377 West Olympic Blvd., 5th Floor           18250 Ventura Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA  90064-1683 Tarzana, CA  91356
(310) 235-2468  (818) 609-0807

 

BY ORDER OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

Dolly M. Gee, United States District Judge

  

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9 Comments

  • Anonymous August 26, 2011

    my address at the time was 220 s backer fresno ca 93703 but i have moved to 1905 east pontiac way apt 218 fresno ca 93726

  • Anonymous January 2, 2012

    i was in 8812 manalang road in las vegas nv
    now am in califorina elk grove sacramento 9612 bungalow way ca 95758

  • Anonymous January 3, 2012

    When will the settlement checks be sent out. I have never received mine and I sent in my claim form well before the deadline.

  • Anonymous January 8, 2012

    When will you send out information on who is approved or not!

  • Anonymous January 8, 2012

    Will payments get sent out this month?

  • Anonymous January 31, 2012

    got mine today 297.xx… happy with that!

  • Anonymous January 31, 2012

    Got mine today 1,485 in California

  • Anonymous January 31, 2012

    Got my check today for $297

  • Anonymous February 22, 2012

    Received my check in January for $1500.00. Yeah!!!

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