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     Welcome to the Settlement Website - LexisNexis Collection Report Class


The Final Hearing was held on December 10, 2013.  After the hearing, Judge Spencer took the matter under advisement to decide whether to finally approve or reject the settlement.  On September 5, 2014, Judge Spencer granted the Motion for Final Approval and the Motion for Attorneys’Fees and denied the Motion to Amend. Objectors have 30 days to file an appeal, and an appeal was filed during the time period.  The Settement Effective Date does not ocur until all appeals have been exhausted.


A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit involving certain reports sold by LexisNexis.  If you are 18 years or older, you are probably included in the Settlement because there is likely information about you in the LexisNexis databases.

These databases contain the names and addresses of all U.S. residents who have opened a credit account, as well as information from many public records such as telephone directories, voter registration records, motor vehicle registrations, and mortgage records.

LexisNexis has agreed to design, implement, and maintain specific, substantial procedures that address the concerns raised in the lawsuit regarding the preparation and sale of Accurint® searches and reports to debt collectors.

No money will be paid to Class Members.

Your legal rights are affected by the proposed Settlement even if you do nothing. This website provides more information about the lawsuit and the proposed Settlement and explains your rights and options- and the deadlines to exercise them. 


Object to the Settlement

Write to the Court about why you do not like the proposed Settlement.

Your objection must be postmarked on or before August 30, 2013.

Go to a Hearing

Write to ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the proposed Settlement.

Your request to appear at the hearing must be postmarked on or before August 30, 2013.

Do Nothing

You do not have to do anything to benefit from the proposed Settlement.  If the Settlement is finally approved, you will not be able to sue the Defendants for the remedies resolved by this Settlement.




This site is not operated by the Court, Class Counsel, Defendant’s Counsel, or Defendant. This settlement is supervised by the Court and is administered by a claims administration firm that handles settlement administration.

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