Plaintiffs in a class action against Visa Inc. asked the court to give final approval to an $18 million settlement resolving charges that the credit card giant unlawfully recorded customer service calls without providing notice or obtaining consent of the callers. The lawsuit alleged that Visa’s call recording practices violated certain laws of California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire and Washington.

According to the plaintiffs’ motion for final approval, more than 14,100 class members have submitted claims under the proposed settlement since it received the court’s preliminarily approval in late July.

Additional information regarding the settlement and the plaintiffs’ allegations can be found here.