United States District Court for Eastern District of Virginia
McAfee v. CIC Mortgage Credit, Inc.
Case No. 3:22-cv-00772-RCY
A proposed class action settlement may affect your rights.
You are not being sued.
Your notice explains the Settlement, the Settlement Class, and your legal rights
Please read the entire notice
1. Read your notice.
2. If you do not want to remain in the Class, submit an exclusion request by January 29, 2024.
3. If you want to receive a monetary payment, submit a claim form by January 29, 2024.
Important things to know:
• If you remain in the Settlement Class and return a timely and valid Claim Form, and the Court approves the Settlement, you will receive a monetary payment.
• If you take no action, you will still be bound the Settlement and its releases.
• You can learn more on the Important Court Documents page or the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Your Legal Rights and Options:
|DO NOTHING||If you do nothing, you will not receive a settlement payment but you will be bound by the Court’s decisions regarding the Settlement. You will not be able to pursue any potential claims against the Defendant that have been released as part of the Settlement. Review the full release on the Important Court Documents page.|
|SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM||In order to receive a settlement payment, you must stay in the Settlement Class and return a valid Claim Form by January 29, 2024. Then, once the Settlement is approved, you will be sent a check.|
|EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE SETTLEMENT||You can opt out of the Settlement if you want to maintain any legal rights you may have against Defendant. But if you opt out, you will not receive a settlement payment if the Court grants final approval.
To opt out from the Settlement, you must send a written request addressed to the Settlement Administrator and state that you wish to be excluded from the Settlement and include the information discussed in more detail in this Notice. The opt-out deadline is January 29, 2024.
|OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT||You have the right to write to the Court to object to the Settlement if you believe it is unfair. You would remain a part of the Class and be bound by the Court’s decisions regarding the Settlement. The objection deadline is January 29, 2024.|
The Court still has to decide whether to grant final approval of the Settlement. Payments will be made if the Court approves the Settlement and after any appeals are resolved.