Ciccarone v. B.J. Marchese, Inc.,

2004 WL 2966932 (E.D. Pa. 2004)

Case type: Credit Reporting Class Action (FCRA)

This case was brought against a Montgomery County, PA car dealer and its principles who stole identities of prospective and former customers to scam banks and the consumers. In approving a class settlement valued at over $4.5 million in cash, loan forgiveness, and credit report correction, the federal judge overseeing the case noted that: “Counsel for plaintiffs are commercial litigation attorneys from two different law firms with substantial experience in prosecuting and managing class actions. They are competent, well-qualified and conducted the litigation with forthrightness and vigor.”

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