The class-action lawsuit, filed in October, 2015, alleged that data hack on an Experian server which exposed their personal information, including information Experian used to do credit checks.
The class action lawsuit alleged that consumers’ names, addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license information were compromised in the breach.
Class members who received postcard notices of the Experian data breach Settlement website or notices from Experian in or around October 2015 concerning the Data Breach.
up to $40.
Proof of Purchase
Depending on the nature of your specific claim, you may need to provide supporting materials.
NOTE: If you do not qualify for this settlement do NOT file a claim.
Remember: you are submitting your claim under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim. If you’re unsure if you qualify, please read the FAQ section of the Settlement Administrator’s website to ensure you meet all standards (Settlement Insider is not a Settlement Administrator).
In re: Experian Data Breach Litigation, Case No. 8:15-cv-01592, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Settlement Website Status
Tina Wolfson of Ahdoot & Wolfson PC, and Daniel Robinson of Robinson Calcagnie Inc.