THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING AN INDIVIDUAL PAYMENT APPLICATION FORM EXPIRED ON SEPTEMBER 3, 2019.
- June 25, 2020 - Please note that this update has been slightly revised and reposted to provide greater clarity and updated claim stats. We would like to take this opportunity to provide a longer update addressing three important issues (1) holds on cheques, (2) upcoming outreach, and (3) updated claimant statistics. Please see below for more information: 1. Holds on cheques Interim payments for Eligible Class Members began going out on June 10th, 2020, either through cheque or direct deposit. We understand that while a number of people have now received their cheques, some financial institutions have elected to place a temporary hold on these funds as it is their standard practice. While cheque holds by financial institutions are common for large sums, we hear these concerns and recognize the frustration this has caused for claimants. Below, we provide answers to some commonly asked questions. Much of this information comes from the Financial Consumer… Continue reading
- June 18, 2020 - We wanted to provide you with a brief update on interim payments to Eligible Class Members (those who have previously been sent a “Notice of Eligible Class Member” letter). The majority of payments to Eligible Class Members have now gone out. We are still working on issuing some payments where there are unique circumstances.If we need more information from you—for example banking or address information— to issue your payment, we will be in touch with you directly by email. Also, we want to let you know that we are receiving a high volume of calls right now. If you cannot get through immediately, please leave us a message with your full name and phone number. We will return your call within three business days. Here are the answers to a few common questions about interim payments that you may find useful: I requested direct deposit, so why did I receive… Continue reading
- June 12, 2020 - Please find here the answers to a number of commonly asked questions that we hope you will find helpful. This FAQ covers categories including: Claims processCompensationEligibilityResources and supportThe FoundationAbout the Sixties Scoop Class Action This FAQ was created on June 10, 2020. We will continuously update the FAQ with new information and post it on this website as the situation evolves. If you have specific questions about your personal situation, you can reach us toll-free at 1-844-287-4270 or by email: email@example.com. Continue reading