Cruise robo-call recipients may be eligible for refunds

Refunds of up to $900 are being offered as part of cruise robo-call class action lawsuit. (MGN)

If you’re one of many people who received an automated phone call offering a free cruise, you might be able to get up to $900 as part of a class action lawsuit.

The suit alleges the company, Resort Marketing Group, violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act when it made automated telephone calls to consumers which offered a free cruise with either Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean Cruises or NCL cruise lines.

All the defendants in the lawsuit have denied any wrong-doing and a settlement has been reached.

If you received one of these phone calls between July 2009 and March 2014, you could be eligible for up to $300 in compensation. Those who received multiple calls could be eligible for up to $900.

Click here to enter your phone number and find out if your phone number is included. If eligible, you’ll be able to file your claim online.