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Conservice Collection Agency Settlement

Settlement Structure: Claims Made

Active: Open

Case Summary:

Conservice, LLC is paying $2.5 million to settle a class action alleging it acted as a collection agency and charged administrative fees to Maryland tenants. The complaint alleged the company did not have a Maryland collection agency license when it sent utility and other bills to tenants.

Docket Number:

CAL20-19314

Company: Conservice, LLC

Filing Deadline: February 9, 2023

Class Period: December 8, 2017 to September 2, 2022

Objection Deadline: December 16, 2022

Exclusion Deadline: December 16, 2022

Final Approval Hearing: January 11, 2023

Proof of Purchase:

You do not have to provide proof.

Eligibility:

You may be eligible if you are a person to whom Conservice sent a bill, about a Maryland residence, which included a service fee, for the period of December 8, 2017 through September 2, 2022. You must have been a person to whom a class notice was addressed and you must be named on the Conservice Class List.

Typical Settlement Amount:

Equal payment from the net common fund. Note: you may only file one claim, no matter how many bills you received from Conservice.

Total Settlement Amount: $2,500,000

Class Representative Proposed Incentive Fee:

Up to $15,000

Law Firm:
Gordon Wolf & Carney CHTD

Claim Form: Conservice Class Action Settlement Claim Form

Case Name: Headen v. Conservice, LLC

Settlement Website: Conservice Class Action Settlement Website

Claims Administrator:
Strategic Claims Services

Claims Administrator Contact Information:

Headen v. Conservice LLC Lawsuit
c/o Strategic Claims Services
P.O. Box 230
600 N. Jackson Street, Suite 205
Media, PA 19063
info@strategicclaims.net
866-274-4004

Tags: Licenses or Licensing, Not Properly Licensed for Debt Collection, Unlawful Debt Collection