Opting Out

Settlement class members have the right to exclude themselves from the class action (“opt-out”). If you opt-out you will not be eligible to participate in, or receive money from, the ongoing class action, but you will be able to start or continue your own case regarding the claims at issue. If you do nothing you will be eligible to participate in, and may receive money from, the ongoing class action, but you will not be able to start or continue your own case regarding the claims at issue.

If you wish to opt-out, you must submit a request to opt-out post-marked no later than April 5, 2019.

What if I don’t want to be in the class action?

If you do not want to be a member of the class action, you can exclude yourself from the class action (“opt-out”) by sending a signed letter or e-mail to Class Counsel with the following information:

  • your full name, current address and telephone number;
  • if you are writing on behalf of a company, the name of the company and your position at the company; and
  • a statement saying that you (or the company) want to opt-out of the TD Coin Counting class action.

Requests to opt-out of the proceeding must be post-marked or sent by April 5, 2019.

If you exclude yourself or opt-out:

  • you will not be eligible to participate in the ongoing class action, and
  • you will not receive any money from this class action, but
  • you will be able to start your own case against the defendants regarding the claims at issue in the class action.

If you do nothing, and so do not exclude yourself or opt-out:

  • you will be eligible to participate in the ongoing class action, and
  • you may receive money from the class action, but
  • you will not be able to start or continue your own case against the Defendant regarding the claims at issue in this action.

This is your only chance to exclude yourself or opt out of the TD Coin Counting class action.

OBJECTION

If you want to tell the Court what you think about the proposed settlement or speak to the Court at the hearing listed above, you must send your written submissions to Class Counsel at the address listed below, postmarked no later than April 5, 2019 - the earlier of 60 days after notice is given and 10 days before Ontario hearing date of April 15, 2019.  Class Counsel will forward such submissions to the Court. All filed written submissions will be considered by the Court. If you do not file a written submission by April 5, 2019, you may not be entitled to participate in the settlement approval hearing.

If you want to attend the hearing, please contact Class Counsel for additional details.