Hotel Call Recording Settlement
Obtain more information about the McCabe, Simpson and Sarabia v. Six Continents Hotels, Inc. class action lawsuit which is case number 12-cv-04818-NC in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. The lawsuit contends that the defendants records and or monitored toll-free reservations and customer service lines without consent from the hotel guest using the lines. The lawsuit settlement agreed upon by Six Continents Hotels Inc. is listed as 11.7 millions dollars and a fairness hearing will be held on 2/6/16 to determine if the 11.7 million is adequate.
Who is defined as a class members in the Hotel Call Recording Settlement? The court has defined anyone who lived in or were located in California and called Priority Club Rewards, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts, Intercontinental Hotels and Resorts, Staybridge Suites, Candlewood Suites or Hotel Indigo on a toll-free number and spoke to a representative between March 1, 2011 and July 18, 2012 as a potential class member in the case.
Six Continents Hotels Call Recording Lawsuit Details
- Estimated class members payout based on the 11.7 million dollar settlement are $100 per class member
- All claim forms are due by December 14, 2015
- Attorney Eric A. Grover (from KELLER GROVER LLP) & Scot D. Bernstein will represent all class members who file claims while Edward D. Totino will represent Six Continents
- Questions about the lawsuit should not be directed to anyone working for Six Continents
- Please dial 1-888-972-6585 for any and all questions (to include a claim form request) related to the Six Continents Hotels Call Recording Lawsuit
Need to contact the settlement adminstrator by US Mail? Please write to: McCabe v. Six Continents Hotels Inc. Class Settlement, c/o Heffler Claims Group, Claims Administrator, P.O. Box 1040, Philadelphia, PA 19102-1040. Please note that the settlement payment to any individual claimant WILL NOT exceed $5000. The reason their is such a storm over the calls being recorded is due to the fact the many of the calls contained customers credit card information.