Avis, Google, Hibbett, other settlement checks in the mail, 2023 lawsuit: Scam or Legit? Find Out!

Did you receive a mail about a class action settlement concerning the Avis, Google, Hibbett, other settlement checks in the mail? This review will help you partake in the class action settlement after confirming the authenticity of the mail.

What Is Avis, Google & Hibbett lawsuit?

The case is Mendez v. Avis Budget Group Inc., et al., Case No. 2:11-cv-06537-CCC-JSA, in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

And Cliatt, et al. v. Hibbett Retail Inc., Case No. CV-2022-90008, in the Circuit Court of Barbour County, Alabama.

Checks are in the mail from several settlements with Avis, Google and other companies over a range of consumer issues including data breaches, price fixing and privacy violations.

What Is This Class Action All About?

Plaintiffs in the e-toll class action lawsuit claim that Avis Budget violated its rental agreements by charging hidden fees related to electronic toll payments. These fees allegedly violated state laws and took advantage of consumers.

Avis Budget agreed to pay $45 million to resolve the e-toll class action lawsuit. Under the terms of the settlement, class members could receive up to 80% reimbursement for eligible e-toll charges on up to seven rental transactions. Top Class Actions readers report receiving payments of $21.84 from the settlement.

According to the class action lawsuit, Hibbett included too many digits of payment cards on printed receipts. These receipts allegedly violated the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) which limits the amount of information that can be printed on receipts. 

Hibbett didn’t admit any wrongdoing but agreed to pay $6 million to resolve the FACTA class action lawsuit. Under the terms of the settlement, class members could receive up to $20. Top Class Actions readers reportedly started to receive settlement payments from the deal. 

Who Is Eligible?

This settlement concerns all persons who rented an Avis or Budget vehicle and paid for e-Toll services between April 1, 2007, and Dec. 31, 2015. The class period is March 2, 2009, to Dec. 31, 2015, for rental transactions originating in Florida, Texas or Colorado.

The settlement also benefits consumers who used a credit or debit card at a Hibbett, City Gear or Sports Additions store between Dec. 15, 2020, and Feb. 23, 2022, who received a point of sale receipt that showed more than the last five digits of the card number.

How To Be Part of This Settlement

To partake in this settlement, class member must submit a valid and timely claim on the settlement website.

What Is The Pay For This Settlement?

The pay for this settlement varies and the proof of purchase is not necessary.


As you submit your claim to the settlement website, just like Watchdog class action settlement we have reviewed, you’re doing so under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim.

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