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If you’re a SeatGeek user in the United States who made ticket purchases between September 10, 2019, and March 17, 2020, you might be eligible for a refund or extended credits as part of a class action settlement. In this blog post, we’ll provide all the information you need to understand the case, determine your eligibility, and take appropriate action to receive your compensation.

What is the SeatGeek class action lawsuit about?

The class action lawsuit, led by plaintiff Rebecca Vigil, alleges that SeatGeek did not provide customers with full cash refunds for events cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit argues that these refunds were required under SeatGeek’s Buyer Guarantee. SeatGeek, however, maintains that it acted in accordance with its Terms of Use and offered customers the option to receive cash.

Who is eligible to file a Petition for Remission, and how?

To be eligible for a refund or extended credits, you must be a SeatGeek user in the United States who had one or more Covered Transactions as of the Final Settlement Date. Covered Transactions include initial ticket purchases made between September 10, 2019, and March 17, 2020, as well as additional ticket purchases within that timeframe, meeting specific criteria outlined in the settlement notice.

To determine if you qualify as a Class Member, refer to the detailed eligibility criteria mentioned in the notice. You can also contact the Claims Administrator for assistance in determining your eligibility.

If I qualify, how much money will I get back? What is remission?

As a Class Member, you have two options for compensation. First, you can choose to receive a Refund Payment equal to the refund amount of each Covered Transaction you made. Choosing this option will forfeit any previously issued credits for Covered Transactions. Alternatively, you can opt for an Extended Credit, which allows you to retain any unused credits previously issued by SeatGeek for Covered Transactions, with the expiration date extended through December 31, 2024.

The exact amount of your refund will depend on the specific transactions you made and the refund amounts associated with them.

Which SeatGeek transactions qualify for refunds or extended credits?

Refund Payments and Extended Credits will be issued for purchases that qualify as Covered Transactions as of the Final Settlement Date. Covered Transactions include initial ticket purchases made on SeatGeek’s mobile website between September 10, 2019, and March 17, 2020, as well as additional ticket purchases meeting specific criteria outlined in the settlement notice.

Do I have to be a United States citizen to file a petition?

While the settlement is open to SeatGeek users in the United States, citizenship is not a specific requirement for filing a petition. As long as you meet the eligibility criteria as a SeatGeek user in the United States with Covered Transactions, you can file a petition.

When will I receive a payment?

If the Court approves the settlement, and after any potential appeals are resolved, payments will be issued within forty-five (45) calendar days following the Final Settlement Date. It’s important to note that the timeline may vary depending on the progress of the case, and patience is advised during this process.

Is there a fee for filing a petition?

There are no fees associated with filing a petition for remission as part of the SeatGeek class action settlement. The process is free for eligible Class Members.

Where can I get more information?

For more information about the settlement, eligibility requirements, and how to file a petition, visit the settlement website at www.TicketLitigationSettlement.com. You can also contact the Claims Administrator via email at admin@TicketLitigationSettlement.com or call their toll-free number at 1-844-786-0298.

What is the issuing bank for the approved petitioners’ remission checks?

The specific issuing bank for the approved petitioners’ remission checks will be determined and communicated by the Claims Administrator. Stay updated through the settlement website for further details.

How to File a Claim

Don’t miss your chance to claim a refund or extended credits as part of the SeatGeek class action settlement. If you meet the eligibility criteria, file a Petition for Remission by the Response Deadline to secure the compensation you deserve. Visit the settlement website, review the instructions carefully, and take action now. Remember, the clock is ticking. Seize this opportunity to recoup your losses and be a part of holding SeatGeek accountable.

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