North Carolina Payday Loan Settlement

Did you receive a Payday Loan At Check ‘N Go Store In North Carolina after August 31, 2001?  If so you could be in for a pay day under the settlement terms of  the North Carolina Payday Loan Settlement.  A payday loan is defined, for the purposes of this lawsuit, as a transaction means of cash advances, deferred deposit check cashing disbursements, or loans (including installment loans and zero interest loans) or other transactions.  The Superior Court of New Hanover County, in Wilmington, North Carolina will have rule of this case and it is entitled McQuillan v. Check ‘n Go of North Carolina, Inc.

A settlement amount of $14 million dollars is being reported in the Check ’n Go payday loan class action settlement even though the defendants deny they did anything wrong.  The reported settlement funds are being held in escrow pending approval of the settlement.  A settlement fairness hearing was held on Thursday, March 31, 2011 at the New Hanover Superior Court, 316 Princess Street, Wilmington, N.C. 28401. 

If you need to change your address please write to:

McQuillan v. Check ‘N Go of North Carolina Address Change
c/o Gilardi & Co
P.O. Box 808061
Petaluma, CA 94975-8061

More information about the North Carolina Payday Loan Settlement can be found at www.nccgsettlement.