Www.HRBlockSettlement.Simpluris.com – H&R Block Seasonal Employee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Www.HRBlockSettlement.Simpluris.com – H&R Block Seasonal Employee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

The amount of the H&R Block Seasonal Employee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement is #35 million. This settlement which can be found at www.HRBlockSettlement.Simpluris.com is about the company not paying its seasonal employees in a timely manner. These are employees in California. Not paying them in a timely banner is a violation of the state law. This is also known as the Lemus et al. v. H&R Block Enterprises, LLC.

Apparently during the tax season from 2006 to 2011, the company did not pay the final hourly wages in time. The company also did not pay the end of season additional compensation in time. These employees were also not given accurate wage statements. Of course the company has said that it has not done anything wrong. Most companies who have class action lawsuits filed against them say this. This always amazes me. Why can’t they admit that they were wrong? Apparently they are always right. However agreeing to pay up to $35 million to settle this is an admission of guilt to me.

So if you want to take part in the H&R Block Seasonal Employee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement at  www.HRBlockSettlement.Simpluris.com, you must have been a seasonal employee of H&R Block in California. The period of your seasonal, non-exempt Tax Professional employment must be between June 9, 2006 to May 15, 2011. If you decide to take part, your compensation will be in the form of tax season points. For every term that you worked, you will get 10 tax season points. If you got Additional Compensation during the 2007 to 2011 tax season, you will get an additional 20 tax season points.

You can download the H&R Block Seasonal Employee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement claim form at the settlement website. You must fill out all the information requested and sign it. It is not considered legal if you do not sign it. Once you have signed the form, you can mail it to the settlement administration. The address can be found at the site. You must mail it by May 21, 2012. You may also send the form in via certified mail. You will have to print or type in blue or black ink only. You will have to enter some personal information including the last 4 digits of your social. Do not enter your complete Social Security Number. That is not necessary. Again, do not forget to sign it. You do not have to notarize your claim form.

Once you have sent in your form, you can check the status of your claim online. Just click on the Claim Status on the left. You will then have to enter your SIMID and Last Name. The SIMID is the numeric value that you will find above your name on the claim form that you got in the mail. There is also a toll free number that you can call if you wish to speak to someone about the status of your claim.

As in all class action lawsuit settlements, the court has appointed some attorneys to help you out. These attorneys represent you and they are called the Class Counsel. You can contact them any time if you have questions or would like to talk to someone about the case. You will get the address and the phone number of these attorneys.

If you decide to take part in the settlement and you get any money from it, you are responsible to pay any taxes on it. The money that you get will be considered a 1099 payment. The Settlement Class Representative will get $25,000. These are considered Incentive Awards for the risk that they took. It also compensates them for their time and effort. If you wish to not take part, then you must submit an Opt-Out Letter. You do not have to submit a claim form when you do this. If you submit both, then you will be considered as a Class Member and you will get compensation. So be careful of what you want to do.

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