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The Plaintiff in the Lawsuit claims that certain Maryland consumer borrowers with vehicle installment loans that were originated by or assigned to WFF-MD did not receive legally compliant notices when their vehicles were repossessed and sold. WFF-MD disputes those claims and denies the allegations in the Lawsuit. The Court has not made any judgment or determination of WFF-MD’s liability in the Lawsuit and the proposed Settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing or an indication that any law was violated.
Class Members of the Wells Fargo Financial Maryland settlement include: “Maryland Consumer Borrowers who since February 26, 2006, (a) had a vehicle installment loan held by WFF-MD on which they defaulted in which Maryland’s Closed End Credit Grantor Act (‘CLEC’) was elected as the governing law; (b) had their vehicle repossessed in Maryland by WFF-MD or contractors acting on its behalf; (c) were sent a notice on behalf of WFF-MD relating to the repossession and sale of their vehicle which failed to contain one or more mandated statutory disclosures under CLEC.”
$1,100 – $1,400, depending on the total number of timely and valid claims that are filed.
Proof of Purchase
Claim Form Deadline
NOTE: There is no Claim Form available on the settlement website. Class Members must contact the Settlement Administrator by March 31, 2017 to obtain a Claim Form for this Wells Fargo Financial Maryland class action settlement.
Carolyn Delorise Patton v. Wells Fargo Financial Maryland Inc., et al., Case No. 02-C-10-149844, in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Settlement Administrator – 5458
P.O. Box 2563
Faribault, MN 55021-9563
Thomas J. Minton
Kathryn Miller Goldman
GOLDMAN & MINTON PC
Virginia W. Barnhart
TREANOR POPE & HUGHES PA
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