$25 Million Apple Family Sharing Class Action Settlement

$25 Million Apple Family Sharing Class Action Settlement

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Unsplash | Published: January 25, 2024

Claim Form Deadline: March 1, 2024

Payout: Up To $30

Proof required: Yes

What is the Apple Family Sharing Class Action?

A $25 million class action lawsuit has been settled with Apple regarding their "family sharing" feature, which works on multiple Apple products such as iPads, iPhones, and Macs. While Apple denies violations of any laws or wrongdoing on their part, consumers represented by the Class Action Lawsuit contend that Apple misrepresented the ability to use the Family Sharing feature to share single subscriptions to certain apps from the Apple App store with other members of their Family Sharing groups.

How Do I Qualify for a Payout?

To qualify for a payout from the Apple class action lawsuit you must have purchased a subscription to an app through the Apple App Store, during the period from June 21, 2015, through January 30, 2019, and you must have enrolled in a Family Sharing group that had at least one other member at the time of your App purchase. Finally, you must have been a resident of the United States at the time, insofar as Apple's records show residency in the United States at the time of the purchase.

How Do I Find Class Action Settlements?

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How Much Can I Get?

Each Class Member that elects to receive a Class Payment will receive an equal distribution of the settlement, up to $30.00. The amount allocated for the Class Payment will be determined by the overall number of Class Members. The method of payment is anticipated to be in the form of ACH bank transfer or mailed check.

How do I file a claim?

To qualify for a payment from Apple Class action you must submit a claim form by March 1, 2024, online or by printing out a claim form document and mailing it in to the class action administrator. If you received a payment ID as well as a PIN by email or by postcard mail, you can use the information to file a claim directly. If you did not receive a notice ID and PIN you can still file a claim form on the Apple Settlement website below by printing a form and mailing it to the class action administrator. Their information is below.

If you are still not sure whether you are included in the Apple Class Action Settlement, or you would like to find out more information about the Apple Settlement, you can visit the official settlement administrator's website here. To reach out to the Class Action administrators please see below:

Phone: 1-866-914-0236
Mailing Address:
Peters v. Apple Class Action Settlement Administrator,
P.O. Box 301134,
Los Angeles, CA 90030-1134

The Final Hearing in the Court to grant settlement approval is scheduled for April 2, 2024. If this Apple Class Action receives final approval by the Court, payments will be distributed at a later specified time to qualifying class action claimants. The Settlement Court dates and deadlines are subject to change so please check this page regularly for potential updates.

Claim Form Website: PetersFamilySharingPlan.com

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Filing Class Action Settlement Claims

Please note that your claim form will be rejected if you submit a settlement claim for payout with any fraudulent information. By providing this information and your sworn statement of its veracity, you agree to do so under the penalty of perjury. You would also be harming others that actually qualify for the class action settlement. If you are not sure whether or not you qualify for this class action settlement, visit the class action administrator's website below. OpenClassActions.com is only providing information and is not a class action administrator or a law firm. OpenClassActions is a participant in the Amazon affiliate advertising program and this post may contain affiliate links, which means we may earn a commission or fees if you make a purchase via those links.
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