Hise Settlement


            An Illinois court has authorized the Notice. This is NOT a solicitation from a lawyer. Please read the Notice carefully as it may affect your legal rights. Do not be alarmed. You have not been sued; nor have you “filed” a lawsuit.

            The Notice is being sent to you because you may be among a group or “class” of persons who were sent a collection letter from Enhanced Recovery Company, LLC (“ERC”) in which the letter offered to settle the account but also stated that if the settlement was paid, a residual balance would remain with the creditor.

These rights and options and the deadlines to exercise them are explained below.

IF YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE FULLY IN THIS CASE AND RECEIVE COMPENSATIONIf you want to be included in this case, then you need to submit a Claim Form. You will not receive compensation if you do not submit a Claim Form. If you fail to submit a Claim Form, you will be bound by the terms of the Settlement Agreement, but will not receive compensation. To receive compensation, you must submit a claim by November 23, 2023.
The relief afforded to you is described in the Frequently Asked Questions, (Question 7: What will I receive as part of the Settlement?) and in the Settlement Agreement.
IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS CASE AT ALLIf you do not want to participate or be included in this case, or object to the Settlement, then you must send written notice by mail that you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement or object to the Settlement, postmarked no later than October 24, 2023. Instructions for doing so are in the Frequently Asked Questions (Question 8: What do I need to do to receive the benefit of the Settlement?). 

If you choose not to participate in this case, you give up the possibility of getting money or benefits that may come from the Settlement of this case. You keep any rights you may potentially have about the legal claims arising from the settlement letter sent to you, but the statute of limitations (the deadline for you to file your potential claims) continues to run.