Los Angeles County Superior Court Case No. 19STCV43101
IF YOUR VEHICLE WAS REPOSSESSED OR VOLUNTARILY SURRENDERED IN CALIFORNIA, AND YOU RECEIVED A NOTICE OF INTENT TO SELL OR DISPOSE OF YOUR CAR FROM AMERICAN CREDIT ACCEPTANCE, LLC, THIS WEBSITE CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT MAY AFFECT YOU
This website summarizes the terms of a proposed class action settlement and its benefits to you. This website also describes what you can do to object to the proposed settlement or to request exclusion from the class. If you wish to remain in the class, be bound by the settlement and receive the benefits of the settlement, you are not required to do anything, including contact the court or the attorneys.
On December 2, 2019, plaintiffs Jay Sherrard and Dolly West (“Plaintiffs") filed an action against American Credit Acceptance, LLC (“ACA”) in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles entitled, Jay Sherrard, et al. v. American Credit Acceptance, LLC, Case No. 19STCV43101 (“Action”). Plaintiffs allege in the Action that ACA violated the Rees-Levering Automobile Sales Finance Act, Cal. Civ. Code §§ 2981, et seq. (“Rees-Levering Act”), and other laws, by issuing written notices to consumers after repossession or voluntary surrender of their motor vehicles (“NOIs”) that did not comply with the Rees-Levering Act. ACA denies the allegations made in the Action, and it denies any and all liability with respect to any claims alleged in the Action.
The court in charge of the Action is the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles (“Court”). The Court has not decided who is right or wrong in the Action. Although no determination has been made as to the merits of the Action, ACA is willing to enter into this settlement to end further litigation. The settlement is a compromise and should not be construed as an admission by ACA of any fault, wrongdoing or liability whatsoever.
This action is called a “class action” because Plaintiffs are class representatives suing on behalf of other people with similar claims, called the “Settlement Class.” The parties have agreed to treat the Action as a class action for settlement purposes only.
This website is authorized by the Court, supervised by counsel and controlled by the Settlement Administrator approved by the Court. This is the only authorized website for this case.
Sherrard v. American Credit Acceptance c/o Kroll Settlement Administration LLC P.O. Box 225391 New York, NY 10150-5391