Carolina First Bank Job Applicant Settlement


Carolina First Bank Job Applicant Bias Class Action Settlement

  • A $450,000 settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Robinson v. Carolina First Bank, predecessor in interest to TD Bank NA
  • All claim forms are due by 5/6/2019
  • File a claim at

Class members in the Carolina First Bank Job Application Class Action Lawsuit claim that Carolina First Bank discriminated against African American applicants through their credit check practices.

Class members claim these actions violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Class Members: “African American individuals who applied for a job at Carolina First Bank between April 29, 2010, and April 30, 2011, but did not advance in the hiring process due to information related to credit history. Contact Points

  • Mail: The Carolina First Bank Settlement c/o Rust Consulting Inc – 6487 PO Box 54 Minneapolis MN 55440-0054
  • Phone: 1-866-683-4874
  • Email: [email protected]

The case is under review in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina.

Carolina First Bank Job Applicant Bias Class Action Settlement

  • Please have the Claimant Id Number and Confirm Claimant Id Number when filing online
  • Class members will be represented by Ossai Miazad & Michael Danna from the law firm of OUTTEN & GOLDEN LLP
  • The settlement fairness hearing will take place on or around 6/18/2019

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Carolina First Bank Job Applicant Settlement Claim Form

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Elizabeth Weintraub
Elizabeth Weintraub is a former writer for The Balance. She has an extensive background in real estate spanning more than 40 years, including experience in related industries such as title and escrow. Weintruab began in the real estate business in 1974 as a title searcher at First American Title in Boulder, Colorado. After moving to Newport Beach, California, she became an escrow officer in 1976 and advanced to certified status as designated by the California Escrow Association.