Webloyalty.com: Unauthorized Credit Card Charges

Webloyalty.com agreed to a settlement. Notice is being disseminated. Green & Noblin, P.C. prosecuted actions regarding the business practices of Webloyalty.com in relation to its Reservation Rewards program. Many consumers were charged by Webloyalty.com for membership in a program known as Reservation Rewards that they did not join.

The lawsuit against Web loyalty.com alleges that the Defendants enrolled consumers in certain Programs in the course of online retail transactions without obtaining sufficient authorization or consent, and thereafter wrongly charged fees for membership benefits. The Programs are known as Reservation Rewards, Shoppers Discounts & Rewards, Members Specials, Buyer Assurance, Classmates Rewards, Distinctive Privileges, PC Protection Plus, Travel Values, Travel Values Plus, and/or Wallet Shield.

A settlement was achieved that provides substantial benefits to the class.

These benefits include Cash Payments of up to $10 million dollars for eligible consumers. The payment would be equal to one month’s membership or many months depending on what the class member was charged and whether one accessed the Program website.

The settlement also provides Remedial Relief in the form of comprehensive changes to the enrollment page used for these Programs and other changes to the programs themselves as described in the Notice.

You may be included in this proposed Settlement if you became enrolled in one of these Programs in the period beginning September 11,2000 through September 30, 2008 (the “Class Period”), subject to certain eligibility criteria described in the Notice. You can view the notice by clicking here.

The Court in charge of this case still has to decide whether to give final approval to the proposed Settlement. Valid claims will be paid if the proposed Settlement is approved.

If you would like to submit a claim to receive a payment in this settlement, you must do so by September 2, 2009.

If you would like to exclude yourself from this proposed settlement, you must do so by May 29, 2009.

If you would like to Comment or Object to the proposed settlement please follow the instruction on pages 7 and 8 of the Notice.

If you have any further questions please visit www.webmarketingsettlement.com or call 1-888-571-1765.