Welcome to the informational website for the Zaklit v. Nationstar Mortgage LLC Settlement

If you received an initial outbound call on a cell phone from Nationstar Mortgage LLC between October 23, 2014 and May 1, 2016, you may be entitled to benefits under a class action settlement.

A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action alleging that Nationstar Mortgage LLC (“Defendant”) recorded phone calls placed by Defendant on Plaintiffs’ mobile telephones without their consent in violation of the Invasion of Privacy Act, California Penal Code. § 630 et seq. (“IPA”). Defendant strongly denies any claims of wrongdoing, but has agreed to settle the lawsuit (defined in FAQ 3 to avoid the burden and cost of further litigation. You are a Settlement Class member if you received an initial outbound call from Defendant between October 23, 2014 and May 1, 2016, on your cellular phone while you were physically present in California and Defendant recorded the call without first informing you it would be recorded. Capitalized terms used in this website, other than those defined in this website, shall have the same meaning as set forth in the Settlement Agreement.

If You Are a Class Member Your Legal Rights Are Affected Even If You Do Not Act.


A Summary of Your Rights and Choices
You May: Deadline:
Submit a Claim Form to Opt In to Join the Settlement Class

If you are a valid Settlement Class Member and wish to receive your portion of the Settlement Fund, you need to complete and submit a Claim Form, either by mailing it to Zaklit v. Nationstar Settlement Administrator, P.O. Box 4349, Portland, OR 97208-4349 or submitting it here.

After the Court’s Final Approval of the Settlement, you will then receive a check in the mail for an amount that shall be calculated pro rata based on the number of Valid Claim Forms that are submitted by the Settlement Class. All unclaimed Settlement Funds will then be given to the Public Justice Foundation.

July 2, 2019
Ask to Be Excluded You can opt out of the Settlement by submitting a Valid Exclusion Request to the Settlement Administrator, here or by downloading the Exclusion Request form located here, and mailing it to the Settlement Administrator. If you do so, you will not be eligible to receive a settlement payment. But you will retain the right to sue the Defendant on your own regarding any claims that are part of the settlement. July 5, 2019
Submit an Objection You may remain a part of the Settlement Class and object to the Settlement. You may appear and speak at the Final Approval Hearing on your own or through a lawyer hired by you at your own expense. If the Settlement is approved over your objection, you will be bound by the Settlement and give up your right to sue on your own regarding any claims that are part of the settlement. July 5, 2019
Do Nothing If you do nothing, you will become a Class Member bound by the terms of the Settlement Agreement and Final Judgment, thus forfeiting your right to sue on your own regarding any claims that are part of the Settlement. However, your failure to timely submit a Valid Claim Form will forfeit your right to receive your portion of the Settlement Fund.  

These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained further on the FAQ page.