A class-action suit filed in 2012 against Caribbean Cruise Line Inc. and others could put money in your pocket if you were a victim of deceitful automated calls, as the lawsuit alleges.
The lawsuit claims that an automated calling campaign told around 50 million consumers they could win a free cruise if they took a survey, but the surveys allegedly were a marketing ruse to sell vacation and timeshare packages.
According to a proposed settlement agreement, people could get $500 per call, depending on how many file legitimate claims.
Without admitting guilt, the defendants say they are participating in the settlement as a compromise to end the lawsuit and avoid the uncertainties and costs associated with a trial. In addition to the cruise line, other defendants include the Economic Strategy Group, the Berkley Group and Vacation Ownership Marketing Tours.
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- See if your phone number is on the master list of numbers called at freecruisecallclassaction.net/LandingLookup.aspx.
- Alternatively, see if the calling campaign’s numbers appear in your records or your phone carrier’s records; the list is at bit.ly/CruiseCallNumbers.
- Objections and exclusions must be filed by Jan. 23. Claims must be electronically submitted or postmarked by Feb. 1.