Class Members Eligible for Truck Stop Antitrust Settlement:
The class includes all owners and operators of Truck Stops or other Retail Fueling Facilities with at least one physical location in the United States that paid Merchant Transaction Fees directly to Comdata on Comdata Proprietary Transactions and that were calculated based on a percentage of the face amount of the transaction between March 1, 2003 and March 17, 2014 with the exception of Mobile Fuelers, Wilco-Hess locations, the Pilot Defendants, the TA Defendants, and Love’s and any of the parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, franchisees or employees of any of the Defendants (the “Class” or “Settlement Class”).
Class Action Claims Recovery is here to determine your verification status and file on your behalf, so you may recover proper damages from the Truck Stop Antitrust Settlement.
Required Action Step by Your Business:
If you are representing a business then Getting Started is easy. By providing your details, upon execution of our service agreement, CAC Recovery will file your claims and assist you in gathering the specific documentation necessary to maximize your Truck Stop Antitrust Settlement recovery.
Truck Stop Antitrust Settlement Litigation Case History:
This lawsuit is about percentage-based transaction fees charged to Truck Stops and other Retail Fueling Facilities on Comdata Proprietary Transactions. The Plaintiffs claim that Defendants violated federal antitrust laws by engaging in conduct that insulated Comdata from competition with respect to its proprietary OTR Fleet Card, thereby allowing Comdata to charge members of the Settlement Class fees above levels that would have been charged in a competitive market. Plaintiffs claim further that Comdata charged Pilot, TA and Love’s lower fees, which afforded them a competitive advantage over members of the Settlement Class, in exchange for the Major Chains’ agreeing not to compete with Comdata or support Comdata’s rivals in the OTR Fleet Card market. The Defendants deny all of these allegations, including that any Plaintiff or Settlement Class Member is entitled to damages or other relief. Under the settlement, Defendants collectively will pay a total of $130,000,000 into a cash fund (the “Settlement Fund”) to resolve the Settlement Class’s claims against the Defendants. The Settlement Agreement also includes a legally binding commitment from Comdata to, inter alia, refrain from including and enforcing certain provisions in its merchant services agreements with the Major Chains and members of the Settlement Class.
Our Class Action Settlement Services:
CAC Recovery navigates the complex intricacies of the Truck Stop Antitrust Settlement claims filing process to help businesses maximize their settlement recoveries.
Our class action settlement services include:
- Identifying class action claims where businesses may be eligible to file
- Filing the class action claim with supporting documentation
- Interacting with the class action Claims Administrator
- Providing updates on class action claim settlements status
- Resolving Claims Administrator questions on claims
- Reviewing the recovery to assure the correct compensation claims amount has been received
Our Guarantee: We Get Paid When You Recover – No hidden charges or up-front fees. We provide our class action settlements services based on a contingency fee.
Getting Started is easy! If you represent a business we’ll first have you fill out our ‘Get Started‘ form and a CAC representative will contact you within 24 hours to review your eligibility and walk you through the claims process.