Alinaz Global Assistance Class Action Settlement: Scam Or Legit? Read This First

Did you receive the Alinaz Global Assistance Class Action Settlement email? It is not a scam. You received the mail because you filed a claim.

Allianz Global Assistance (AGA) agreed to pay back a chunk of the money to folks in California and Washington who bought their travel and event protection plans.

Who Is Eligible For The Alinaz Global Assistance Class Action Settlement

If you bought at least one Travel and/or Event Protection Plan in California between September 4, 2016, and September 30, 2023, or in Washington between April 2, 2018, and September 30, 2023, you’re likely in.

Now, there are a few people who are not eligible. The excluded crew includes the judges and their families handling the case and the big shots from Allianz and the crew. So, if you’re not one of them, and you fit the buying criteria, you’re in the mix.

Allianz Global Assistance and Jefferson Insurance are in trouble with a lawsuit. They’re accused of secretly charging extra fees to people buying travel and event insurance. The lawsuit says they’re bundling these fees with the insurance cost.

How Much Is The Settlement

If you got a qualifying California travel or event protection plan between September 4, 2016, and September 30, 2023, you might get 75% of the assistance fees back for purchases up to July 31, 2019, and 40% for purchases after that until September 30, 2023.

For those with a qualifying Washington plan between April 2, 2018, and September 30, 2023, it’s 75% for fees up to April 7, 2020, and 40% for fees from April 8, 2020, to September 30, 2023.

Let’s say you bought two plans with $20 in fees in January 2019 and $5 in fees in January 2021. You might get $17 back (75% of $20 + 40% of $5). But if you already got a full refund or AGA helped you out with a case, no extra cash for you.

The amount you receive could change based on how many people claim and the total available cash.

How To File A Claim

If you are eligible, fill out a valid claim form before the deadline on Jan. 25, 2024. 

Click here to fill out a valid form.


Elgindy et al v. AGA Service Company d/b/a Allianz Global Assistance) et al, Case No. 20-cv-6304, N.D. Cal. is not a scam, Just like Ross Employees Class Action Lawsuit, They’re accused of sliding in extra fees for services that insurance buyers didn’t sign up for or even want. The claim is they’re kind of trying to dodge insurance rules by bundling premium costs with fees for supposed assistance services.

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