Gehrich TCPA Settlement

I was reviewing some webmaster tools with Google and found out that there were several thousand searches for "gehrich tcpa settlement fake" and "gehrich tcpa settlement legit" -- which means that the postcards and emails notifying class members of the settlement have gone out.

It's completely understandable that people would be suspicious. I know I would be. But let me assure you, the settlement is legit and not fake and completely for real. As we've previously announced, Chase has agreed to pay $34 million to settle robo-call complaints.

Let's be clear about what the settlement is about: it's calls to a cell phone from JPMorgan Chase Bank and Chase Bank USA, N.A. -- the first is the Chase retail banks and the second is the credit card division. They are actually two separate banks even though both are owned by JPMorgan Chase & Co. and carry the Chase logo.

We didn't sue about mortgages or foreclosures or violations of banking regulations or anything other than violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Which means robe-calls to cell phones.

If you think you're a class member, please visit the settlement website at to learn more about the claims process, the settlement terms, and the deadlines for opting out.

As always, if you have questions or want to discuss a case with us, please be in touch.