A Court authorized the notice because you have a right to know about a proposed settlement in a lawsuit against Wolford America, Inc. (“Wolford”), and all of your options, before the Court decides whether to give final approval to the settlement. The notice explains the nature of the lawsuit, the general terms of the settlement, and your legal rights and options.
The lawsuit was brought on behalf of persons who received either one or two text messages from Wolford on either or both July 7, 2016 and September 2, 2016. The text messages read as follows:
July 7, 2016: Final Sale: Shop Now And Save 50% On Select Styles and Colors. Shop in-store or online-> http://bit.ly/WOLFSALE16_US or call: 800-488-3103
September 2, 2016: New Collection Gets Even Better: The Second Drop Is Here. Shop now->http://bit.ly/WOLFNEW1617 or call at: 08002798279. IE: 1890930204 SE: 0770930555 DK: 80888653 FIN: 0800918403
(These text messages will be referred to in the notice as the “Text Message(s)”).
Judge Cohen of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia is overseeing this litigation. The litigation is known as Jennifer Liotta, et. al. v Wolford Boutiques, LLC, Case No. 1:16-cv-04634-MHC. One of the persons who received the text, Jennifer Liotta, sued Wolford and is called the “Plaintiff.” Wolford is called the “Defendant.”