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Frequently Asked Questions


What is a class action lawsuit?

A class action lawsuit is a lawsuit filed by one or more plaintiffs on behalf of others who have a similar legal claim. Because they allow people to join together as a group in a single lawsuit against one or more defendants, class action lawsuits provide an economical and efficient method for businesses to recover monetary damages caused by others' wrongdoing. Class action lawsuits also encourage more responsible behavior on the part of corporate defendants.

Why use Refund Recovery Services to recover your refund?

Our business clients rely on Refund Recovery Services to identify and recover class action refunds that benefit them. Partnering with us takes pressure off of overworked principals, managers and staff, who often do not have the time, training and other resources needed to competently monitor, prepare and file class action refund claims. Businesses fail to file claims because they are unaware that the opportunity exists, are under the common misconception that the recovery will not be worth the effort or are too busy operating their own businesses.

How does Refund Recovery Services get paid?

Refund Recovery Services receives a percentage of your recovery for our services. There are no up-front fees, out-of-pocket or other costs. We only get paid if you do.

Am I obligated to use Refund Recovery Services to file a claim?

No. You are always entitled to file a claim on your own without incurring any fee and no cost assistance will be available from the Class Administrator and Class Counsel during the claims-filing period. A separate agreement explaining our responsibilities and fees will be provided to you if your company decides to use Refund Recovery Services to prepare and file your class action refund claim.

Is Refund Recovery Services a law firm?

No. Refund Recovery Services is not a law firm and we do not give legal advice. Refund Recovery Services is not affiliated with the court, the claims administrator or the parties associated with the class action lawsuit. We suggest that you consult with your lawyer if you have any legal questions regarding participation in a specific class action lawsuit.