What is the Discover DACA Loans Class Action About? 

The Discover DACA Loans Class Action alleges that Discover Bank discriminated against Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients by denying them loans or requiring a U.S. citizen or permanent resident co-signer, violating federal civil rights law (Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866) and California civil rights law (the Unruh Civil Rights Act).

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Am I eligible to get a payout in the Discover DACA Loans Class Action? 

You are eligible for a payout if you were a DACA recipient who applied for a student loan, personal loan, or home loan from Discover between July 22, 2018, and February 29, 2024, and were either denied credit or required to have a U.S. citizen or permanent resident co-signer.

Is Proof of Purchase Required in Order to File A Claim? 

Yes, proof is required. You must affirm that you were a DACA recipient with valid status at the time of your loan application and provide official documentation if requested.

How Much Money Can I Get? 

  • Up to $250 if you live outside California.

  • Up to $2,500 if you live in California.

How Can I File a Claim? 

To file a claim, submit the claim form (link below) by July 11, 2024. For detailed instructions and to access the claim form, please visit the settlement administrator through the link below. 

Settlement Administrator Site

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About Filing Settlement Claims

Please understand that submitting a settlement claim for payout with fraudulent information will result in the rejection of your claim form. By providing this information and attesting to its accuracy under oath, you acknowledge the potential legal consequences of perjury. It's important to recognize that such dishonest actions not only impact your own eligibility but also negatively affect those legitimately entitled to the benefits of the class action settlement. If you are unsure about your eligibility for this class action settlement, we encourage you to visit the official website of the class action administrator. It's important to note that ClaimClassActions.com serves as an informational resource only and is not affiliated with a class action administrator or a law firm.

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