Welcome to the official website for the Scott v. JPMorgan Chase Settlement

If You Received a Debit Card Issued by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. For Your Service as a Juror or Fact Witness, You May Be Eligible for a Payment from a Class Action Settlement

A Settlement has been reached in a class action in which you may be a Settlement Class Member, i.e., anyone paid with a JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. (“Chase”) debit card for service as a juror or fact witness in Washington, DC or a juror in Gwinnett County, GA; Livingston County, MI; or Fort Bend County, TX. If you were charged fees or surcharges in connection with these debit cards or if you have any balance remaining on your debit card, a check was automatically mailed to you in the amount of such fees, surcharges, and remaining balances without the need to do more (unless you excluded yourself from the Settlement).

The lawsuit, Scott v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., challenged the placement of funds on Juror Debit Cards and Fact Witness Debit Cards, the fees charged for use of the cards, and the disclosures provided to cardholders. Chase denies any liability or wrongdoing but has agreed to a settlement to avoid the costs and risks of litigation.

You should continue to visit this website for important updates, including modifications to important deadlines.

Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit
Get a Settlement Payment Automatically If you are a member of the Settlement Class and did not exclude yourself from the Settlement, a check was mailed to you automatically in the amount of any Fees or Surcharges to which you are entitled plus any Remaining Balance on your Juror Debit Card or Fact Witness Debit Card.
Exclude Yourself The deadline to submit exclusion requests passed on July 23, 2018.
Object The deadline to object passed on July 23, 2018.
Attend a Hearing You may ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement.
Do Nothing If you did nothing, a check was still mailed to you in the amount of any Fees or Surcharges you paid and any Remaining Balance to which you may be entitled. You gave up your right to participate in further litigation against Chase about the claims in this case.

These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained further on the FAQs Page.