MEMORANDUM AND ORDER
KATHRYN H. VRATIL, District Judge.
On August 10, 2017, intervenor Frederick Banks filed a
Under Rule 24(a), Fed. R. Civ. P., the Court must allow a party to intervene if (1) his application is timely; (2) he claims an interest relating to the property or transaction which is the subject of the action; (3) his interest may as a practical matter be impaired or impeded and (4) his interest is not adequately represented by existing parties.
Intervenor fails to allege a sufficient factual basis to establish a legal interest in this action. In this class action suit, plaintiffs allege that HomeAdvisor, Inc. violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act because it failed to give job applicants proper notice before it obtained consumer reports that contained personal information. The putative intervenor's notice does not claim that he worked for or applied for a job with HomeAdvisor between January 13, 2013 and June 10, 2015 — the class period. The Court rejects his unsupported, conclusory claim that "he has a legally protectable interest in this action." Doc. #74. Further, the notice does not attempt to establish that any interest will be impaired or impeded by this action or that the existing parties do not adequately represent his interest. Thus, the Court strikes the notice to intervene.