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Mavis Discount Tire Class Action Settles
Learn more about the Mavis Discount Tire Class Action Settlement over Undisclosed Illegal Fees from DeNiittis, Osefchen, Prince, P.C.

Download Charles Bratton v. Mavis Tire Supply d/b/a Mavis Discount Tire, Docket No. BUR-L-1085-21 Documents

Charles Bratton v. Mavis Tire Supply d/b/a Mavis Discount Tire, Docket No. BUR-L-1085-21

This lawsuit involves allegations that Defendant violated the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and the Truth in Consumer Contract Warranty and Notice Act by charging customers in New Jersey who received an online Reservation Details and purchased a new tire, for a TPMS Service Kit and/or tire recycling. The basis of the lawsuit was that Defendant charged fees to consumers that were not in their online estimate nor disclosed until after all work and services were performed on customers vehicles. Defendant mavis strongly denies the claims that were alleged in the lawsuit. The Court in charge of the case is the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington, and the case is pending in front of the Honorable James J. Ferrelli J.S.C. The lawsuit is known as Charles Bratton v. Mavis Tire Supply d/b/a “Mavis Discount Tire”, Docket No. BUR-L-1085-21. The person who sued is called the Plaintiff, and the party sued is called the Defendant.

Under the Settlement, Defendant is making a Settlement Fund of $650,000.00 broken down into two parts: a Cash Fund in the amount of $486,165.42 and a Settlement Purchase Certificate Fund in the amount of $163,834.58 to compensate the claims of eligible Settlement Class Members and certain other fees and expenses. The Settlement Fund will be applied first to pay any compensation and costs to Lead Counsel, and Administrator fees and costs, as described in the Settlement Agreement. After those payments, the Settlement Fund will be applied to valid and timely claims submitted by Settlement Class Members. It is anticipated that the Settlement Fund will enable each eligible Settlement Class Member to submit a claim for, at the Class Member’s election, either a cash payment in the amount of $5 per tire purchased during the Class Period (where a TMPS Service Kit and/or tire recycling were also purchased), capped at $20, to reimburse Class Members for any TPMS and/or tire recycling charges paid, or, alternatively Class Members may elect to receive one $40 Purchase Certificate. In the event that the Settlement Fund, net of the payments described herein, is not sufficient to enable a payment of up to $20 cash or a $40 Purchase Certificate for each claim, the per-claim payment will be decreased in proportion to the total number of claims made and paid out on a pro-rata basis. If you are an eligible Settlement Class Member and wish to receive a cash payment or a Purchase Certificate, you must timely submit a Claim Form to the Claims Administrator as described below.

For more information about the Settlement or to make a claim, opt-out or object visit https://www.njtpmssettlement.com/ or call toll free (844) 464-0060.

The deadline to file a claim is June 4, 2023. 

Learn more about Charles Bratton v. Mavis Tire Supply d/b/a Mavis Discount Tire, Docket No. BUR-L-1085-21 by visiting the Administrator's website.

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