Kinder Morgan Overtime Settlement: Scam Or Legit? Read This First

Did you receive the Kinder Morgan Overtime Settlement email? It’s not a scam.

Kinder Morgan, a company, has agreed to pay $3.56 million to settle a legal issue. The problem was that they didn’t pay certain workers for the extra hours they worked beyond their regular schedule, specifically inspectors who were hired by different companies to work on Kinder Morgan projects. These inspectors were paid a fixed rate for each day they worked.

Who Is Eligible For The Kinder Morgan Overtime Settlement

Kinder Morgan had this issue where they weren’t paying some inspectors for their overtime hours on their projects. Now they’re agreeing to pay $3.56 million to settle the problem. This money is going to benefit both current and former inspectors who worked on Kinder Morgan projects through specific vendor companies like 3B Inspection LLC, International Inspecting Inc., and others.

The settlement covers a period of three years plus 87 days before either the worker joined the legal action or May 31, 2021, whichever happened earlier.

How Much Is The Settlement

if you’re part of the class, you could get some money back based on how many weeks you worked during the class period. They’re estimating it to be around $54.52 per week. But, you know how these things go, it could end up being more or less depending on how many people actually claim their share.

How To File A Claim

If you are eligible, fill out a valid claim form before the deadline on  April 22, 2024.

Click here to fill out a form.


Oates v. Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP, Case No. 5:19-cv-01171-SLP, is not a scam, Just like Aspen Dental Management Unsolicited Text Settlement, if you’re part of the class, you could get some money back based on how many weeks you worked.

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