If you were a member of AutoZone’s Rewards Program in California and...

If you were a member of AutoZone’s Rewards Program in California and had a $20 Reward and/or Reward Credit expire, a class action lawsuit may affect your rights



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LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The following notice is being jointly issued by Waskowski Johnson Yohalem LLP and Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman LLP and has been authorized by the Superior Court of California, Los Angeles County, in Hughes et al. v. AutoZone Parts, Inc. et al., Case No. BC631080.

Who is Included? The Court has certified two subclasses generally consisting of persons enrolled in the most common version of AutoZone’s Rewards Program in California at the time AutoZone changed the program and who had $20 Reward(s) and/or Reward Credit(s) deemed expired and lost.  The detailed Notice available at www.AZRewardsLitigation.com defines these Subclasses more precisely.

What is this Case About? This case alleges that AutoZone breached contractual and legal duties to members of its Rewards Program by representing that they would earn a $20 Reward when they made 5 purchases of $20 or more, then changing the program to add time limits to earn and redeem Rewards, which resulted in members losing Rewards and Rewards Credits.  It seeks compensation on behalf of the Subclasses and certain injunctive relief.  AutoZone denies any wrongdoing, and has asserted numerous defenses.  AutoZone contends that it has, at all times, complied with California law and acted in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Rewards Program.

What are Your Options? To stay in this litigation, do nothing. To exclude yourself, send a signed request using the words “Exclusion Request” to Exclusions, AutoZone Litigation, c/o Postlethwaite & Netterville, P.O. Box 82565 Baton Rouge, LA 70884  or info@AZRewardsLitigation.com. Your request must be sent by February 26, 2019. A judgment in the lawsuit, whether favorable or not, will bind all class members who do not request exclusion. If you do not request exclusion, you may enter an appearance through your own attorney.

How Do You Get More Information? This Notice is only a summary. To obtain a detailed Notice and additional information, visit www.AZRewardsLitigation.com.  Para mas información, visita www.AZRewardsLitigation.com/ESP.

DO NOT CONTACT THE COURT.

SOURCE Waskowski Johnson Yohalem LLP

If you were a member of AutoZone’s Rewards Program in California and had a $20 Reward and/or Reward Credit expire, a class action lawsuit may affect your rights