LifeLock Automatic Renewal Lawsuit
- If you’ve ever purchased the services of Lifelock and had your account automatically renewed, you could be in line for some free money!
- You must be a California resident, and must have paid a Lifelock monthly renewal from Dec. 1, 2010 to July 24, 2020
- Lifelock will distribute a total of $2.5 million to the legal representation and class members in this lawsuit
Lifelock is an identity theft protection service that millions of people have trusted to keep their finances and personal information safe. Unfortunately, a class action lawsuit alleges that Lifelock may have actually been ripping off their customers.
This lawsuit alleges that Lifelock enrolled customers in an automatic renewal for their account without fully disclosing the terms of that renewal. In short, people had their account renewed (and were charged for it) with no idea it was coming.
If you’re a California resident (or were at the time), and you purchased Lifelock services between July 1, 2010, and July 24, 2020, and you paid at least one monthly renewal fee, you’re eligible for this lawsuit!
Just how much will you be receiving from Lifelock? That depends on how many eligible claims are received. But Lifelock has agreed to pay out $2.5 million to the lawyers and class action members in this suit.
You do not need to pay anything to join the suit against Lifelock. In fact, you don’t even need to contact a lawyer. All you need to do to receive payment in the Lifelock lawsuit is fill out an eligible claim before the deadline window closes. The deadline to submit a claim in the Lifelock class action lawsuit is Nov. 23, 2020. So be sure you’ve got your claim in before that time!
To contact the claims administrator of the Lifelock law suit with a question:
- Goldman v. LifeLock Inc., c/o GCG, PO Box 10183, Dublin, OH 43017-3183
- 1 (888) 242-6443