Nasty Gal Class Action Settlement
The famous online retailer, Nasty Gal, has faced a TCPA Class Action Lawsuit recently. The Nasty Gal Class Action alleged unwanted advertisements from the company, in the form of a direct text message to consumers, without their consent. This comes in violation of TCPA rules and regulations. The text messages were sent between July 2015 and June 2020.
Due to this, plaintiffs demanded $5 million as recovery for damages on behalf of a class of consumers who received unwanted text messages from Nasty Gal.
Are you one of the consumers who received these unwanted advertisements? It is possible that you, or somebody you know, may be an eligible class member for the Nasty Gal Lawsuit. Feel free to contact us today about this.Contact Us
The Nasty Gal Class Action Settlement will yield a payment to the eligible Class Members of up to $35 in cash or a $45 voucher redeemable at the company’s website. Moreover, the company agreed to pay up to $950,000 in legal fees and $5,000 to each of the two lead plaintiffs.
Meanwhile, the court set the final hearing of the Nasty Gal Class Action Settlement on Sept. 3, 2020.
You Can Be Eligible
You can be eligible Class Members if you are a consumer who received a text message from NastyGal.com between July 1, 2015 and June 7, 2020 without providing prior, express, written consent to receiving those messages.
Editor’s note on the Nasty Gal Class Action Settlement:
This article accentuates the current development of the Nasty Gal Class Action Settlement. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the article above, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.Claim Your Cut
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