Caribbean Cruise Line Inc., The Berkley Group Inc., and Vacation Ownership Marketing Tours, Inc. settled a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action last week for up to $76 million (and not less than $56 million). The three were sued for violating the TCPA by robocalling millions of individuals with offers for free trips. The plaintiffs in this class action included one million individuals who received calls from Caribbean Cruise Line and its subsidiary marketing companies between August 2011 and August 2012. Those individuals are expected to receive about $500 per call received as a result of this settlement. The exact amount of consumer awards will be determined once the exact number of individual claims is determined. Those individuals who appear on the list of one million consumers will be allowed to receive their award, and those individuals who are not on the list but make a claim, will need to prove that they received a call within that time frame. Again, another lesson to know TCPA requirements and make sure that your company is sticking to them.