BMW Financial Services Vehicle Repo Class Action Settlement (Minnesota Only)

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If you are a Minnesota consumer whose vehicle was repossessed between June 5, 2011 through April 1, 2016, by or on behalf of BMW Financial Services NA, LLC, and who was not provided a right to cure notice prior to repossession, you may be entitled to benefits under a class action settlement.
Deadline 1/31/17Up to $2,697 LINK
Plaintiffs allege that the defendants violated Minnesota Statute 336.9-609, including as interpreted by Cobb v. Midwest Recovery Bureau Co., 295 N.W.2d 232 (1980), and the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. 1692, et seq., by repossessing her car without providing her with a right to cure notice prior to the repossession. A right to cure notice provides the consumer with notice that a failure to adhere to the terms of the contract could result in repossession or other remedies provided for within the contract. Defendants deny the allegations and deny any wrongdoing whatsoever.

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