Steinberg v. Corelogic Credco, LLC
Credit Report Settlement
Case No. 3:22-cv-00498-H-SBC

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What Is This Lawsuit About?

Plaintiff Marlene Steinberg (“Plaintiff”) filed a class action lawsuit against CoreLogic Credco, LLC (“Defendant”) alleging the Defendant violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) by including a deceased notation on her consumer report when she was in fact alive. Defendant denies it violated the FCRA.

The Court has not made any determination whether Defendant violated the FCRA. Nor has the Court made any determination that this lawsuit should proceed as a class action, as opposed to an individual claim brought by Plaintiff. This Notice should not be interpreted as an expression of the Court’s opinion on the merits of the lawsuit. If the Parties had not reached a settlement, Defendant would have vigorously defended the lawsuit and moved for judgment in its favor, and it also would have opposed any attempt to have this case certified as a class action.


Who Is in the Settlement Class?

The Court decided that everyone who fits the following description is a member of the Settlement Class:

All persons residing in the United States of America (including its territories and Puerto Rico) who were the subject: (1) of a consumer report resold by Defendant to a third party within the time period of January 1, 2021 and continuing through May 2, 2023, (2) where the consumer report contained a notation that the consumer was deceased, and (3) either one or two of the nationwide consumer reporting agencies (Experian, Trans Union and Equifax) provided information to Defendant that did not include a deceased notation.


What Does this Settlement Provide?

A Settlement Fund has been created totaling $5,695,000.00. Class Member payments, and the cost to administer the Settlement, the cost to inform people about the Settlement, attorneys’ fees (inclusive of litigation costs), and an award to the Class Representative will also come out of this fund.


Option and Deadline
STAY IN THE CLASS If you did nothing, then you will be bound by the Court’s decisions regarding the Settlement. You will not be able to pursue any potential claims against the Defendant that have been released as part of the Settlement. Review the full release which is available on the Important Documents as part of the Settlement Agreement. Payments will be mailed via check to eligible Class Members on August 9, 2024. 


Automatic Payment Group
If you are in the Automatic Payment group, then you do not need to do anything to receive a payment. If the Settlement is approved, then you will be sent a check.

Claim Form Group
If you are in the Claim Form group and are eligible to receive payment, then you must have completed and returned a Claim Form by January 5, 2024, if you wanted to be eligible for a payment.

Your mailed or emailed notice will tell you which group you are in.
If you are still unsure of which group to whom you belong, please consult the notice you received or contact the Settlement Administrator.

January 5, 2024 - Passed
You could have opted-out of the Settlement if you wanted to maintain any legal rights you may have against Defendant. If you opted-out, you would not receive a settlement payment. To opt-out from the Settlement, you must have sent a written request addressed to the Settlement Administrator and stated that you wished to be excluded from the Settlement. The opt-out deadline was January 5, 2024.
January 5, 2024 - Passed
You had the right to write to the Court to object to the Settlement if you believed it is unfair. You will remain a part of the Class and be bound by the Court’s decisions regarding the Settlement. The objection deadline was January 5, 2024.
April 8, 2024 at 10:30 a.m. - Passed
You could have asked to speak in Court about your opinion of the Settlement on or before April 8, 2024

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Credit Report Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
P.O. Box 91468
Seattle, WA 98111