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On december 8, 2016, the court approved the settlement. payments to class members are scheduled to be mailed february 6, 2017. 

If you received an automated call to your cell phone and were transferred to a State Farm Agent between January 1, 2012 and October 1, 2013, you may be entitled to a payment from a class action settlement.

·      This lawsuit alleged that an auto insurance lead generation company called Variable Marketing, LLC made prerecorded robocalls asking recipients to “press 1” to receive auto insurance quotes, and claims that State Farm should be liable for leads that were transferred to State Farm Agents, arising from such calls.

·      State Farm has denied all liability or responsibility for these calls, and asserts that it did not make or authorize them. 

·      The Settlement, was approved by the Court December 8, 2016 and provides $7,000,000.00 to make payments to the individuals described above, as well as to pay Plaintiffs’ attorneys’ fees and costs, service awards for the two Representative Plaintiffs, and the administrative costs of the Settlement. 

·      The Settlement avoids the further cost and risk associated with continuing the lawsuits; pays money to recipients of the calls who are eligible Settlement Class Members; and releases State Farm and the Released Parties from liability.


Per the Court approved Settlement Agreement, funds from uncashed checks are to be distributed on a pro rata basis to Settlement Class Members who cashed settlement checks by August 5, 2017.  Uncashed funds remained from the initial distribution.  Therefore, if you cashed your original payment by August 5, 2017, you were sent an additional payment on September 5, 2017.

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