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Exxon Antitrust Litigation

(Allapattah Services, Inc., et al. v. Exxon Corp.,

Case No. 91-0986-CIV (S.D. Fla. 2004))

R E C O V E R Y S E R V I C E
C A S E D E S C R I P T I O N S

Exxon had allegedly been overcharging all of its direct served

dealers for the wholesale price of motor fuel. Under Exxon’s

Discount for Cash (DFC) program, which was implemented in

August 1982, Exxon charged dealers a separate 3% credit

processing transaction fee. Exxon allegedly claimed that it would

offset this fee by reducing the wholesale price of motor fuel by

that amount. Exxon allegedly collected the credit processing fee

but did not reduce the wholesale price of motor fuel. A class

action, which was comprised of current and former Exxon direct

served dealers went to Court, and the Court returned a verdict in

favor of the dealers. All Exxon direct served dealers who

purchased motor fuel from Exxon between March 1, 1983 and

August 28, 1994 according to a Sales Agreement were eligible to

file claims for reimbursement of the overcharge on every gallon of

motor fuel bought, regardless of whether they participated in the

DFC program. We retained a company to assist us in locating

potential claimants, and then we assisted those claimants in filing

for reimbursement.

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Claimants Served Include

FL: (239) 771-8771
NY: (716) 881-1515
Fort Myers, FL 33907
Amherst, NY 14226

Exxon Antitrust Litigation

(Allapattah Services, Inc., et al. v. Exxon Corp.,

Case No. 91-0986-CIV (S.D. Fla. 2004))

Exxon had allegedly been overcharging all of

its direct served dealers for the wholesale

price of motor fuel. Under Exxon’s Discount

for Cash (DFC) program, which was

implemented in August 1982, Exxon charged

dealers a separate 3% credit processing

transaction fee. Exxon allegedly claimed that

it would offset this fee by reducing the

wholesale price of motor fuel by that amount.

Exxon allegedly collected the credit

processing fee but did not reduce the

wholesale price of motor fuel. A class action,

which was comprised of current and former

Exxon direct served dealers went to Court,

and the Court returned a verdict in favor of

the dealers. All Exxon direct served dealers

who purchased motor fuel from Exxon

between March 1, 1983 and August 28, 1994

according to a Sales Agreement were eligible

to file claims for reimbursement of the

overcharge on every gallon of motor fuel

bought, regardless of whether they

participated in the DFC program. We retained

a company to assist us in locating potential

claimants, and then we assisted those

claimants in filing for reimbursement.

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R E C O V E R Y S E R V I C E
Fort Myers, FL 33907
Amherst, NY 14226
R E C O V E R Y S E R V I C E
Fort Myers, FL 33907
Amherst, NY 14226