BJ's Wholesale Club
Class Action Lawsuit Against BJ's Wholesale Club Settled
Summary of Case and Settlement: SFMS has settled a class action against B.J.'s Wholesale Club ("B.J.'s") in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Camden County, alleging that B.J.'s failed to disclose surcharges on pre-paid telephone cards that were sold on the premises of certain B.J.'s clubs, in violation of New Jersey law. Under the terms of the settlement, class members were eligible to receive a phone card with 150 pre-paid minutes of calling time.
On November 9, 2005, The Honorable Charles W. Dortch, Jr. entered an order granting, among other things, preliminary approval of the settlement (the "Preliminary Approval Order"). Please click on the link below under "Settlement Information" to view a copy of the Preliminary Approval Order.
The Preliminary Approval Order provided for notice of the proposed settlement to potential members of this class by requiring the publication of a Class Notice (which provided general information regarding the proposed settlement).
On January 25, 2006, after a Fairness Hearing, Judge Dortch entered an Order granting final approval of the settlement in all respects. To download a copy of the Final Approval Order, please click on the appropriate link below.
If you have any questions regarding this case or the parties' settlement, you should contact Lead Counsel at the following telephone number and e-mail address: James C. Shah (877-891-9880; firstname.lastname@example.org) or click on the "Contact Us For More Information" link below.
More Information: If you would like to receive additional information on the settlement, please click here.
This page was last updated: 2012-01-09 16:22:52