- Obtain the gritty details in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled Regina C. Filannino-Restifo, on Behalf of Herself and All Others Similarly Situated,v. TD Bank
- Even though the TD Bank Penny Arcade Coin Counting Machines Class Action Settlement sounds like a video game it really is a class action lawsuit with a settlement pool of 7.5 million dollars
- Experts close to the case agree that class members should receive at least 26¢ per $100 exchanged using Penny Arcade during the Class Period
PennyArcadeSettlement.com is pending in the United States District Court for The District of New Jersey and is listed as case number 1:16-cv-02374-JBS-JS. Consumers who used a TD Bank Penny Arcade coin-counting machine to exchange coins for a credit to a TD Bank Account or for cash between April 11, 2010 and July 12, 2017 will want to file a claim in this case (those who do not file a claim will not be able to gain a slice of the 7.5 million dollar settlement pie!). Penny Arcade Settlement class members claim that these coin machines were not accurate and caused users to receive less than the value of the coins they deposited into the machines. TD Bank denies any actions of wrong doing in Regina C. Filannino-Restifo, on Behalf of Herself and All Others Similarly Situated,v. TD Bank but has agreed to settle in order to avoid a long drawn out trail that could become costly very quick.
Proof of purchase is required
- All claim forms are due by 10/27/17
- This is a must file claim for anyone who used a TD Bank Penny Arcade Coin Counting Machine between the given dates.
- Class members will be represented by Bruce H. Nagel, Michael Criden, Michael Criden
Mail: Penny Arcade Settlement c/o GCG PO Box 10470 Dublin, OH 43017-4070