Ford MyFord Touch
MyFord Touch Settlement Agreement Preliminarily Approved by Judge
You may be entitled to a cash card payment of up to $400.
The settlement agreement provides significant payments to virtually all class members.
If you fill out the simplified claim form online:
- $400 (three repairs)
- $250 (two repairs)
- $100 (one repair)
- $45 (no repairs; but was dissatisfied with the performance of the MFT system)
If you don’t fill out the claim form:
Ford will automatically mail between $20-55 to class members who are also original owners of the Class Vehicles.
Don’t remember how many repairs you had?
The settlement website will feature a full, searchable database of repair records. This will be available to Ford owners soon.
Reimbursement for out-of-pocket cash repairs:
Class members who also made any out-of-pocket cash repairs related to their MFT system (i.e. outside of warranty) can also visit the website during the claims period to file a claim. There they can attach documentation showing the out of warranty repairs and can apply to get reimbursed for those expenses incurred.
As a supplemental benefit, the MFT Settlement Agreement also provides a no-cost, dealer-installed upgrade to software version 3.10. This benefit will be made available, subject to court approval, in early 2020.
|DEFENDANT NAME: Ford Motor Company
STOCK SYMBOL: NYSE: F
CASE NUMBER: 13-cv-03072-EMC
COURT: U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
PRACTICE AREA: Automotive Litigation, Consumer Rights
DATE FILED: 07/15/13
Steve W. Berman
Craig R. Spiegel
Catherine Y.N. Gannon
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