These Cruise Lines Could Owe You $900 Even If You’ve Never Traveled With Them

Have you ever received an annoying robo-call claiming you won a cruise? If so, you could be entitled to up to $900 in compensation.

A class-action settlement has been proposed that would require Carnival Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruises to shell out $300 per spam call to individuals on the receiving end of a pre-recording phone message. You can receive compensation for up to three phone calls with a maximum settlement of $900 per individual.

According to the settlement, all you have to do to claim the compensation is prove you received a spam phone call from Resort Marketing Group on behalf of the above cruise lines between July 23, 2009 and March 8, 2014.

How do you prove it? Just cross-check your phone number against this national database to see if you qualify for part of the settlement payout. You can file a claim for damages under the settlement, file an objection over the settlement or exclude yourself from the lawsuit.

Claims will be paid after a court has approved the settlement. A hearing to do just that is scheduled for April 4, 2018.

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