LIFELOCK Preliminary Settlement Reached

This is a settlement for the LifeLock lawsuit.

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Santa Clara, CA: A preliminary settlement has been reached in an consumer fraud class action lawsuit pending against LIFELOCK Inc. The LIFELOCK lawsuit ( Etan Goldman v. LifeLock, Inc., Case No 1-15-cv-276235), alleges that the process by which LIFELOCK subscription plan members enrolled failed to adhere to the California Automatic Renewal Law' requirements and derivatively violated California Unfair Competition Law.

LIFELOCK denies all allegations. The Court did not decide that there was any merit to the claims in the Action or that any recovery from LIFELOCK is appropriate. Instead, both sides agreed to a Settlement.

Anyone who fits the description below is a Class Member for purposes of the proposed Settlement:

All current and former LIFELOCK members with a California billing address who enrolled in any LIFELOCK protection plan or subscription service between December 1, 2010, and July 24, 2015 and who paid one or more auto renewed monthly or annual membership fees.

If LIFELOCK' computer records identify you as a Class Member and you do not exclude yourself from the Settlement, the Settlement Administrator will automatically mail to you your pro-rata portion of the Net Settlement Amount after the Effective Date of the Settlement. If the Court approves the Settlement, you do not need to do anything to receive your pro-rata Settlement payment.

Full details on the proposed settlement terms, as well as information on filing a claim, can be found here:

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Reader Comments

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I need help collecting my settlement funds I received only one check 20$ then my purse was stolen with all my info in along with the phone and claim number please contact me

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with all sorts of first class lawsuits,
be very aware that the word torts doesn`t
protect any one person after the fact or

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I received a check from Goldman v LifeLock in the amount of $5.67. I did not notice check is void after 90 days. I cashed check recently and a STOP PAYMENT was issued plus a $12.00 charge from my bank.
I don't care about the measly $5.67, but I do demand a credit from either Goldman or LIfelock for $12.00 expense. Had I known, I would have thrown check away.

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