You may remember a few years back when Equifax announced a data breach in September of 2017 where 147 million people’s consumers information was stolen.
A federal court approved a class action settlement that resolves Equifax lawsuits brought by consumers for $700M after the data breach.
As of today, no finding or wrongdoing has been made and no action has been taken.
How to File a Claim in the Equifax Lawsuit!
You can find out if your information was impacted and file a claim by clicking the button below and following the steps.
However, no settlement benefits will be distributed are made available until the settlement become effective.
The Settlement will become effective after all appeals have been resolved in favor of the Settlement. You can find out more information here.
If you know your information or someone in your circle (family, co-worker, friend, or enemy) was affected by the Equifax data breach in 2017, click the button below and file your claim.
Nevertheless, whether you’ve been affected or not, please share this information so that the people who have been affected can file a claim.
Extended Claims Period Claims
If your information was impacted by the Equifax breach. You can seek reimbursement for valid Out of Pocket losses or Time Spent (excluding losses of money, etc.) during the extended claims period.
To be eligible for the Out of Pocket Losses or Time Spent must occur between January 23, 2020, and January 24, 2024, which is the (Extended Claims Period). Click here for more details about the Equifax Lawsuit and a link to file your extended claim.