Again, because the class action claims also include "whistleblower" (qui tam) claims against the federal fundings of civil rights violations and human trafficking, federal law requires that victory in the case must also include a whistleblower payout to the plaintiffs - divided out to all of you - for helping the Fed find and curb such fraud of federal monies. So then, THIS entire question below is JUST asking "how" you would want to receive your share of the reward, upon winning the case.
SELECT FUTURE PAYMENT METHOD - This is only statistical info for a law firm to be selected, who will handle the actual future payment disbursements out to everyone, to negotiate best rates with an accounting or other financial services firm ahead of time, and to prepare any and all prior arrangements that must be likewise made. ONLY that law firm selected will ever be authorized to contact you (by the email address you provided on this form) in regards to obtaining your personal/account information that will be applicable to the payment method you select. When the time comes along, every leader will be notified which law firm will be handling these payment disbursement matters, and to expect that follow-up contact by direct email to you. It is assumed that an online secure (SSL) webpage will at that time be provided, and you will then enter your detailed personal payment information upon that secure online webpage. Regardless of which payment method you select, there will be a single $10 (ten dollar) fee deducted from your total overall net reward to cover the cost of setup, processing, and disbursing your reward payment to you in the method you will select at that time, as well as sending your tax documents to you later (see further below). In other words, just like winning a very large lottery prize, you'll have to pay some taxes on that later on, so we will have to send you the corresponding tax forms, regarding how much money you were paid as part of the overall class action lawsuit settlement.
All individual CAPRA Members remaining in good standing on board at settlement time will be paid by direct disbursements from this same law firm and/or their authorized accounting/financial services firm upon settlement. You will be responsible for your own future federal, state and local taxes, and will most likely be treated as an "independent subcontractor" in this process, receiving an IRS 1099 form, although the law firm and/or their any accounting/financial services firm will also be seeking to provide various tax shelter diversions to you, i.e., diverting portions of your net payment into your any optional choices of Health Savings Accounts, 401k's, IRAs and so forth and so on, so they may determine overall and/or different better methods for handling these matters using the most favorable tax treatments. The below choice of five future payment methods is simply to provide statistical data for reasonable planning ahead, so that everyone's net rewards are maximized to the fullest extent of the applicable taxation laws. There may, in fact, be even more options available when the time actually comes along. Again, the following question is ONLY for statistical and planning-ahead purposes, and you may change your mind and opt for a different method when the time actually comes along.