, inclusive, spoke to a representative and were recorded without notice, you could receive money from a Class Action Settlement.
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A proposed $7,325,000 class action settlement has been reached in a lawsuit called Joyce Roberts v. Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC, et al., USDC ND CA Case No. 12-cv-05083-PSG. The lawsuit claims that Defendants' third party vendor recorded telephone calls of persons calling certain toll-free reservations and customer-service lines without telling callers that the calls may be recorded allegedly in violation of California law. Defendants have denied the claims.
Nonetheless, Defendants and the Class Representatives have agreed to settle the dispute to avoid the uncertainty and costs of litigation. The $7,325,000 settlement fund will pay eligible claims, notice and administration costs, attorneys' fees and expenses, and the named plaintiff's service award.
Who is a class member?
You are a Class Member if you are a California resident who, while physically located in California, called one or more toll-free telephone numbers associated with Wyndham RewardsÂź, Wyndham Hotels and ResortsÂź, Wyndham GrandÂź Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham GardenÂź Hotels, TravelodgeÂź, RamadaÂź, Knights InnÂź, WingateÂź, Days InnÂź, Super 8Âź, BaymontÂź, HawthornÂź, MicrotelÂź, or TrypÂź between May 1, 2011 and March 23