If You Got A Call Offering A Free Cruise, You Might Be Entitled To At Least $300
Aug 17 2017

If You Got A Call Offering A Free Cruise, You Might Be Entitled To At Least $300

By: Michael Fulkerson

If you received a robocall from Carnival, Norwegian or Royal Caribbean, you might want to enter your phone number on a class-action website.

A class-action lawsuit against those cruise lines and Resort Marketing Group means you might get between $300 to $900 for the calls.

Philip Charvat filed the lawsuit, saying he had received telemarketing calls without his permission after the cruise lines contracted with Resort Marketing Group. Without that consent, Charvat and his attornies claimed the involved companies had violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Anyone who received a call between July 2009 and March 2014 could be eligible for payment. Those who qualify as members of the suit are entitled to $300 per call, with a maximum payout of $900 per phone number, according to Top Class Actions.

Click here and enter your phone number to see if you can file a claim; the site checks if your phone number is listed in Resort Marketing Group’s database.

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