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Chicago Clearing
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The leader in class-action services for 25 years

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More experience
advanced technology
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Chicago Clearing Corporation

Chicago Clearing Corporation (CCC) is the securities and antitrust class action claims recovery specialist. Outsourcing to CCC eliminates the burden of claim filing, ensures you keep up with every potential recovery opportunity, and lets you focus on the real work of investing. CCC was founded in 1993 to help ensure class members receive the settlement awards they deserve. For 25 years we have provided the best claim filing service and the best customer service in the industry. We continue to create new technologies and intuitive systems that serve investors wisely, and that maximize their recoveries in every settlement for which they are eligible. Please give us a call today to learn more.

Note on CCC's Continuity

Dear Clients,

Strange times indeed.

Chicago Clearing Corporation (CCC) is open for business. The exemplary service you’ve grown accustomed to remains the same – CCC is tracking cases, receiving and normalizing data, filing claims, receiving and making payments, updating the reporting site and answering your questions.

We are, however, working mostly remotely. We’re following CCC’s Business Continuity Plan. CCC has spent considerable time and resources preparing for such a contingency and all is working as planned. The same stringent data security protocols we have always employed remain in effect.

Email is the best way to reach us. As always, emails sent to clientservice@chicagoclearing.com will be answered within twenty four hours, and almost always the same day. However, if you have an immediate need, you can still reach us by phone at 312-204-6970. If unanswered, please leave a message and we will reply promptly.

Please stay safe and contact us with any questions.
Sincerely,

James C. Tharin
CEO

Brian Blockovitch
President and General Counsel
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