CA Recorded Call Settlement
- A class action lawsuit has been filed against Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC and Wyndham Hotel Group, LLC claim they violated California laws that prohibit the recording of telephone calls without notice to or consent of callers
- Wyndham denies any action of wrong doing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid a long, expensive trial
The CA recorded call settlement lawsuit includes anyone who called any of the following hotels toll-free number between the time of May 1, 2011 and March 23, 2012: Wyndham Rewards, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham Grand Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham Garden Hotels, Travelodge, Ramada, Knights Inn, Wingate, Days Inn, Super 8, Baymont, Hawthorn, Microtel, or Tryp (the class member must also have been a California resident at the time and physically located in California when the call was placed).
CA Recorded Call Settlement Notes
- A settlement fund of $7,325,000 has been announced
- Class members can receive $150 per qualified call, but not more than $5,000
- A claim form can be filed online or be requested via US mail by calling 1-800-889-8319
- Please mail the claim form to Hotel Call Recording Settlement Claims Administrator c/o Rust Consulting P.O. Box 2506 Faribault, MN 55021-9506
- ALL CLAIM FORMS ARE DUE BY August 18, 2016
- A fairness hearing will take place on October 18, 2016 to determine of the settlement is fair and reasonable
- Class members who file valid claims in the CA Recorded Call lawsuit will be represented Eric A. Grover and Scot Bernstein
- The lawyers are requesting 25% of the settlement amount (which is pretty standard)
This class action lawsuit is officially entitled Roberts v. Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, LLC and is case number 12-cv-05083-PSG. The case will be heard in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Those who want to attend the boring fairness hearing will have to make a request and then show up at 50 Golden Gate Avenue, Box 36060, San Francisco, California 94012 (class members are NOT required to attend in order to claim a settlement amount).