THE UNITED STATES COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS, ATHEY ET AL. V. UNITED STATES, CASE # 99-2051C, HAS APPROVED THE PRESENTATION OF THIS NOTICE TO FORMER VA EMPLOYEES CONCERNING YOUR POSSIBLE RIGHT TO RECOVER A SUPPLEMENTAL LUMP-SUM PAYMENT FOR UNUSED ANNUAL LEAVE THAT THE VA MAY OWE YOU; THIS IS NOT A SCAM OR A SOLICITATION BY AN ATTORNEY.
The class action lawsuit is applicable to all former employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs who:
If you meet ALL THREE criteria listed above, you may be eligible for significant back pay and interest as a result of a class action lawsuit that may affect your rights.
As a separate matter, this Notice also applies to former VA employees who retired, separated, or died only between April 7, 1993 and September 30, 1997 who were paid Sunday premium pay in the pay period immediately before they retired, or separated, or died. If this situation applies to you, you may be eligible for back pay if you file your “opt-in claim form” on time.
FILE YOUR CLAIM SAFELY AND SECURELY ONLINE NOW BY CLICKING HERE.
THIS WEBSITE IS A SECURE SITE THAT IS ENCRYPTED AND YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION WILL NOT BE DISCLOSED TO ANY UNAUTHORIZED PARTY.
If you meet the requirements listed above during the time periods discussed above, you may be eligible to file a claim for back pay and interest.
THIS IS NOT A SCAM OR A SOLICITATION BY AN ATTORNEY.
The Plaintiffs have brought this case as a class action so that all of the eligible employees can file their claims for back pay and interest within the same case. The handling of claim forms and the administration of this class action will be controlled by the independent Class Action Administrator who has been appointed by a Judge of the United States Court of Federal Claims.
BY MAIL AT:
LUMP-SUM CLASS ADMINISTRATOR
P.O. BOX 2730
PORTLAND, OR 97208-2730
BY TELEPHONE TOLL-FREE AT:
YOUR CLAIM MUST BE POSTMARKED OR FILED ONLINE NO LATER THAN THE FILING DEADLINE, April 24, 2012 .
Your privacy, and the protection of the information you file online or by mail, is guaranteed by strict confidentiality agreements. THIS IS A SECURE WEBSITE.
If you mail your “opt-in claim form”, you must put the appropriate amount of postage stamps on the envelope in order to file your claim. Your “opt-in claim form” must be postmarked no later than April 24, 2012 . If you mail your “opt-in claim form” and it is not postmarked by April 24, 2012 , you will be permanently excluded from the Class in this case and you will not be able to recover any back pay and interest from this case forever if and when the Court finds that the VA violated the law.
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