Www.LiveNationSettlement.com – Live Nation Ticket Fee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement
The case against Live Nation is about the violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act. It is also about the violation of the New Jersey Truth In Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act. The reason that the company has been charged with these violations is because they charged certain fees when the customers bought tickets online. This purchase was for the PNC Bank Arts Center events. So if you bought tickets for events at the PNC Bank Arts Center from the company online, then you may be able to take part and get something. You will have had to have bought the tickets in the time period of June 23, 2003 and June 15, 2011. These tickets must have been bought online and must have been charged fees. If you do decide to take part, you will be entitled to 3 free tickets. These are known as lawn tickets. You will be able to use the tickets to go to certain PNC Bank Arts Center events. You can also use the tickets to go to the Susquehanna Bank Center. In addition, you will get a coupon code for $5. This is for a discount on your future purchase of a ticket from the company online. You will have to send in a claim form. Information on how to do this can be obtained at the www.LiveNationSettlement.com site. There are two different filing deadlines.
These deadlines are based on how you received your notice. If you got your notice about this case via email, then the deadline is April 30, 2014. However, if you got your notice in the mail, then your deadline is May 10, 2014. I can only assume that the reason for this is because you would have gotten the email notice immediately whereas it may have taken you anywhere from 7 to 10 days to get your notice by mail. No matter how you received your notice, you will be able to send in your claim online. You will be given two choices. The first choice is one where you have a PIN and the second is if you do not have a PIN. If you do have a PIN, then you can file a claim online in a secure manner. You may also file online at www.LiveNationSettlement.com if you do not have a PIN.
The main plaintiffs in the Live Nation Ticket Fee Class Action Lawsuit Settlement case are Mr. Katz and Mr. Davidson. They were the ones who filed the original lawsuit about the company violating the New Jersey laws by charging them certain fees when they bought the tickets from the company’s website at www.livenation.com. Some of the charges included charges such as parking fees and ticket fees. Charity fees were also charged. There are about 362, 928 people who are considered class members. As a class member, you are entitled to the benefits of this case. However, if you do not wish to remain as a class member for this case, then you can exclude yourself. You cannot exclude yourself by doing nothing. You will have to send a letter to the settlement administrator requesting this. If you exclude yourself, you will not be able to get any benefits from this case if the settlement administrator approves your request.
There is some information that you must provide in order to be excluded. This includes personal information such as your name and your complete street address. You will also have to provide your email address. In addition you will have to provide information on the primary artist for the event that you attended or bought tickets for during the time period mentioned above. If you have your own lawyer, then you should also include the name and address of your lawyer. You should also include the telephone number. In addition, you must provide a statement that says that you do not want to be a part of this case. You will have to mention the case by name which is Katz et al. v. Live Nation, Inc. et al. and by case number which is 1:09-cv-003740-MLC-DEA. Finally you must sign your request. If you omit any of these information, then you will most likely not be excluded. You may get a letter requesting more information from the settlement administrator. Also if your request is received after February 7, 2014, then your request will be considered invalid.
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