Short Description Of This Case
The class-action lawsuit, filed in 2017, alleged that AppFolio sold tenant screening reports that included public records that did not belong to the subject of the report and didn’t provide consumers with certain disclosures of information upon request that class members required, which violated the federal fair credit reporting act.
Class members (1) who made a request for their own information to Defendant and to whom Defendant sent a copy of a consumer report it had previously provided to a third party (2) or who were the subject of a consumer report prepared by AppFolio which contained public record information that the person disputed with AppFolio (3) or who were the subject of a consumer report prepared by AppFolio which contained a public record or records where the first and/or last name on the public record(s) did not match character-for-character to the first and/or last name on the person’s rental application between September 27, 2015 and August 10, 2018.
Amount of Class Members
Proof of Purchase
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Claim form Deadline
Leo v. AppFolio, Inc., Case No. 3:17-cv-5771-RJB, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Settlement Website Status
Law firms of Francis& Mailman, P. C.
Terrell Marshall Law Group, PLLC.