My wife, Jenny, and I are part of a class action law suit against a company that made robo calls for free cruises. We were notified that both our cell phones showed up on their list, so Jenny filed our claims.

The class action lawsuit claims that Resort Marketing Group, Inc made pre-recorded telemarketing calls to landlines and cell phones offering free cruises with Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian as promotions and that these calls violated the TCPA. The TCPA restricts telephone solicitations (i.e., telemarketing) and the use of automated telephone equipment. The lawsuit alleges that Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and Norwegian authorized RMG to make these calls on their behalf. Defendants deny all of the allegations made in the lawsuit and deny they did anything wrong.

How do I know whether I am part of the Settlement?

You are included in the Settlement as a Settlement Class Member if you were the owner, subscriber, or user of a residential or cellular telephone line that received pre-recorded telemarketing calls between July of 2009 and March of 2014 that were initiated by RMG during which you were offered a free cruise with Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian cruise lines and your phone number is contained in the call records produced by RMG in this case. The Call Records contain all phone numbers that RMG used to initiate pre-recorded telemarketing calls to promote its business. Any person submitting a claim with a telephone number not found in the records of RMG is ineligible for distribution from the settlement fund.

How Much Money Could I Get?

Payment amounts could be $300-$900, but actual payment amounts will be based on the total number of calls and valid Claim Forms received.