- If you had a credit report issued by Pre-Employ issued to a third party between October of 2011 and August of 2019, you could have some free money coming your way thanks to a class action lawsuit
- The deadline to file a claim in the Pre-Employ suit is Dec. 21, 2019
- It is alleged that Pre-Employ improperly kept items on credit reports that shouldn’t have been there
If you had a credit report issued by Pre-Employ issued to a third party between October of 2011 and August of 2019, you could have some free money coming your way thanks to a class action lawsuit.
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A class action lawsuit against Pre-Employ Inc. alleges that the company violated the fair credit reporting act by failing to keep up to date records. As a result, some adverse items were appearing in credit reports when they shouldn’t have. Pre-Employ denies any wrongdoing in this matter, but they have agreed to settle this lawsuit our of court to avoid the hassle of a legal case.
To file a claim in the lawsuit against Pre-Employ, you must have had a credit report from Pre-Employ issued to a third party between the dates of August 16, 2011, and August 17, 2019.
Valid claims in the Pre-Employ class action lawsuit must be filed by August 21, 2019. At time, it’s not clear how much each participant in this case will receive, as that amount depends on how many people end up filing eligible claims. You do not need to pay anything to join the suit against Pre-Employ. The lawyers for this case are being paid out of the settlement funds. You can write to the claims administrator if you wish to opt out of the Pre-Employ lawsuit. The only reason you would do this though, is if you are intending to sue Pre-Employ on your own.
To contact the claims administrator in the Pre-Employ class action suit:
- Angeion Group, c/o Speers Class Action Administrator,1801 Market,Street, Ste. 660,Philadelphia, PA 19103