Wells Fargo Unwanted Call Class Action Lawsuit
Wells Fargo has agreed to pay almost 18 million dollars in a class-action lawsuit filed against them in regards to unwanted calls.
The lawsuit claims Wells Fargo called and texted consumers without their consent in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Visit www.tcpawellsfargo.com to file a claim online.
It should be noted Wells Fargo denies any action of wrongdoing.
Who should file a claim?
If you live in the United States and received an automated phone call(s) or text messages from Wells Fargo despite not being a customer of the bank.
Consumers qualify for the class action settlement if they were called: between 1/20/2013 and 7/10/2019 for calls placed in connection with automobile loans or fraud alerts on credit cards or deposit accounts; between Sept. 18, 2014 and July 10, 2019 for calls placed in connection with credit card accounts; between Dec. 20, 2015 and July 10, 2019 for calls placed in connection with student loans or overdrafts on deposit accounts; between March 1, 2016 and July 10, 2019 for calls placed in connection with mortgages or home equity loans; or between April 1, 2016 and July 10, 2019 for calls placed in connection with retail installment sale contracts for automobiles.
How much will class members receive?
The exact amount will depend on the number of valid claims filed.
The more claims that are filed the less amount of money each class member will receive (so don’t tell your neighbor).
TCPAWellsFargo.com Contact Information
- Mail: 1-877-848-4101
- Fax: Not found
- Phone: Wells Fargo TCPA Settlement Administrator c/o Epiq P.O. Box 4540 Portland, OR 97208-4540