Korrow v. Aarons
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Welcome to the Korrow v. Aaron's, Inc., Case No. 10-6317 (the "Lawsuit") website. The information contained on this website is only a summary of information presented in more detail in the 2-page Class Action Notice (the "Notice").

You may download a copy of the 2-page Notice by clicking here. You may also download an 8-page version of the Notice by clicking here.

You may download documents from the Court case by clicking here.

Because you entered into a consumer contract with an Aaron’s, Inc.-owned store in New Jersey between March 16, 2006 and March 31, 2011, you are a member of a class action lawsuit that may affect your rights.

A consumer sued Aaron’s, Inc. claiming that certain fees in its rent-to-own contracts violate several New Jersey laws.  Her lawsuit demands money for herself and certain other New Jersey consumers related to certain fees charged by Aaron’s.  These fees are (1) a “Service Plus” fee, and (2) a “Return Check” fee charged if a check is returned “for any reason.”  The lawsuit also seeks to stop Aaron's from ever again charging these fees.

In order for you to receive money or other benefits, the Court must decide in favor of Ms. Korrow or approve a settlement.  You will be notified if the lawsuit succeeds in making Aaron’s pay you money.  You may download documents about the Court case by clicking here.

The Court has decided that the lawsuit will go forward as a class action. The Court has not decided whether Aaron’s did anything wrong or if it should have to pay money.  There is no money available now, and no guarantee there will be.  However, your legal rights are affected, and you have a choice to make now:


Your Legal Rights and Options in this Lawsuit:

If You:
Do Nothing

Stay in this lawsuit and be represented by Class Counsel.  Await the outcome.  Give up certain rights.
By doing nothing, you keep the possibility of getting money or other benefits that may come from a court judgment or a settlement.  You would give up any right to file your own lawsuit against Aaron’s on the same legal claims in this lawsuit.

If You:
Ask to be excluded

Get out of this lawsuit and not be represented by Class Counsel.  Get no benefits from the class action.  Keep individual rights.
You won't share in any money or other benefits that might be obtained for the Class.  You would keep any right to file your own claim against Aaron’s about the same claims in this lawsuit.



  • Your options are explained in this notice. To ask to be removed, you must act by February 10, 2017.

 

The Court appointed the following three law firms and attorneys to represent you and the other members of the Class.  These attorneys may be reached at 877-227-6101.

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Andrew R. Wolf, Esq.
Henry P. Wolfe, Esq.
THE WOLF LAW FIRM, LLC 
1520 U.S. Highway 130, Ste.101
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
info@wolflawfirm.net
www.wolflawfirm.net

Christopher J. McGinn, Esq.
THE LAW OFFICE OF
CHRISTOPHER J. MCGINN
20 Nassau Street, Ste. 250W-2
Princeton, NJ 08542-4509
info@njconsumerprotection.com
www.njconsumerprotection.com

Michael J. Quirk, Esq.
WILLIAMS CUKER    BEREZOFSKY, LLC
1515 Market St., Ste. 1300
Philadelphia, PA 19102
mquirk@wcblegal.com
www.wcblegal.com





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