San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera’s office has launched a three-month statewide drive to refund $4.3 million to California consumers who obtained four-month installment loans online between Nov. 2006 and June 2008 through the websites: checkngo.com, ilp.fbdel.com, and commandloans.com. To be eligible for repayment, borrowers must mail a claim form and a copy of the required form of identification to the settlement administrator, postmarked by March 28, 2013.
Herrera is urging potential claimants who think they may be qualified for restitution to visit, email or call for more information:
(Toll Free) 1-855-581-2350
The 90-day refund program is among the terms of an agreement City Attorney Herrera negotiated with the payday lender last June to settle litigation filed in 2007 by Herrera’s Consumer Protection Unit. The litigation involving the Check ‘n Go loan settlement is: People of the State of California ex rel. Dennis Herrera v. Check N’ Go of California, Inc., et al. (San Francisco Superior Court Case No. CGC-07-462779).