Class Eligibility

You are a Settlement Class Member, and you are affected by this Settlement, if:

  • You received a notice from Anthem concerning the Data Breach that was announced in February 2015;
  • Your personal information was taken during the Data Breach, and is included in Anthem’s Member Impact Database.

Estimated Amount


  • Credit Monitoring
  • Cash Payment in Lieu of Credit Monitoring
  • Fraud Resolution Services
  • Out of Pocket Losses

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

In re: Anthem Inc. Data Breach Litigation,
Case No. 5:15-md-02617-LHK
District Court for the Northern District of California

Case Summary

In February 2015, Anthem announced that it had been the subject of a cyberattack which resulted in the theft of information stored in Anthem’s databases concerning approximately 79 million people (the “Data Breach”). The information taken in this Data Breach may have included names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, health care ID numbers, home addresses, email addresses, and employment information, including income data.

The lawsuit was brought on behalf of the individuals impacted by the Data Breach against Anthem, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and certain Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies who had members with data stored on Anthem’s databases that was taken in the Data Breach, even though they were not Anthem members. The Plaintiffs claim that Defendants failed to adequately protect their personal information and that they were injured as a result. Defendants deny any wrongdoing, and no court or other entity has made any judgment or other determination of any wrongdoing or that the law has been violated.

Settlement Pool





In re: Anthem Inc. Data Breach Litigation
P.O. Box 404012
Louisville, KY 40233-9821

75 responses to “Anthem Data Breach Class Action Settlement”

  1. Jesse says:

    Just a heads up. If you elect to take “Cash payment in lieu of credit monitoring” then you have to certify to the following questions,
    “I have some form of credit monitoring or identity protection as of today;”
    “I signed up for credit monitoring or identity protection on this date: xx/xx/xxxx;”
    “The name of my credit monitoring or identity protection company is: _________; and
    “I will keep my credit monitoring or identity protection services active until at least: xx/xx/xxxx

    ADMIN – Hi Jesse,

    Thanks for the info.

    • Cynthia R Green says:

      Cash payment in lieu of credit monitoring

      “I have some form of credit monitoring or identity protection as of today;”
      “I signed up for credit monitoring or identity protection on this date 09/24/2017;”
      “The name of my credit monitoring or identity protection company is: TrustedID Premier; and
      “I will keep my credit monitoring or identity protection services active until at least: 10/30/2018

      ADMIN – Hi Cynthia,

      Leaving your info here does not constitute a claim. You may want to file a claim if you want your share of the settlement.

    • matthew yates says:

      i got a postcard from the mail today. i was trying to file a claim so I can mail it to the data breach. I went on the website to file a claim and attach to the post card the website dose does not have the form for me to fill out i need help to find that form and where it is under can u please help me

      ADMIN – Hi Matthew,

      The website does have options to fill out your claim. Here are the links you need to follow

  2. jeffreystokes says:

    what kind of settlement will i get.j

    ADMIN – Hi Jeffrey,

    Per the terms of the settlement you are likely to get the following:
    Credit Monitoring
    Cash Payment in Lieu of Credit Monitoring
    Fraud Resolution Services
    Out of Pocket Losses

  3. Terry Madden says:

    We received a post card in the mail asking us to indicate how we want to receive additional information about how to participate the class action lawsuit settlement. Is the post card notice legitimate or should we ignore it?

    ADMIN – Hi Terry,

    I cannot confirm the authenticity of the post card unless you share it with me. You are welcome to post it on our Facebook page.

    • Michelle says:

      I believe it to be legit. With the information on the card to the this lawsuit, it all matches up. (We got one too.)

      Also, when you select the option of “File a claim for credit monitoring services or alternative compensation” it states this:
      “If you received a Postcard Notice in the mail, it contains a 13-digit claim number directly above your Name and Address. Please use that number for faster claims processing. Postcard Notices are being mailed to Settlement Class Members for whom the Settlement Administrator has been provided addresses on a rolling basis through October 30, 2017. Please be patient.”

      Hope this helps. 🙂

  4. Richard Stumpf says:

    I recently started credit monitoring from Equifax as a result of their recent data breach. Will a second monitoring service cause a conflict?

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    I don’t think so.

  5. Mike says:

    My wife and I have credit monitoring discover would like to know what to do with the cards we received in the mail

    ADMIN – Hi Mike,

    File a claim to get cash instead of credit monitoring.

  6. Traci johnson says:

    Just how much more are we going to have to go thru? Maybe we should be monitoring these big companys and their in charge of our credit scores what a sick joke on the people. lost our home to the mortgage sceam

    ADMIN – Hi Traci,

    Sorry about your home. Unless you actually suffer damages the courts really don’t think you have gone through anything.

    • Brenda Moriearty says:

      This whole thing Traci is a joke. They seem to get away with whatever they want these days. Ya I like our payments for having our identity stolen. A 2 year identity protection, whoopi. I bet theses bastards are connected to all this in some way. In the long run they arent loosing anything. Their all in bed together. We had the same thing happen with Bank of Americas class action suit. God only knows how much money Bof A got away with with all their fraudulant charges. Then the people get a mere i think it was like $18.00. This all makes me so sick to my stomach. Thank God people are starting to wake up.

      ADMIN – Hi Brenda,

      We get you! Totally frustrating; but please remember that when it comes to data breaches that compromise identity it is virtually impossible to blame a single source. Your identity could have been stolen at a different place or time allowing for the defendants to get away with smaller payouts.

  7. Laura says:

    What company are you offering credit monitoring through for free? I’m asking because these companies are getting hacked as well. Also, it appears claimants would only receive $36 for credit monitoring if you already have a service. The company I would consider costs much more than that for the timeframe you require. Would I be reimbursed for full amount or just the $36?

    ADMIN – Hi Laura,

    I believe just $36

  8. Wanda Shoulders says:

    My card that I received from you’lit said my claim# was AAB-1046220987701-8598906 so I am wanting to know what I am needed to do about all of my information being stealing

    ADMIN – Hi Wanda,

    You need to file a claim.

  9. Michael Brammer says:

    Today I received an email concerning the Data Breach Litigation. Our company’s web filter says the link in the email is for a malicious site. So my queston is this: were members of the class action suit sent emails?

    ADMIN – Hi Michael,

    I believe it read as malicious because it was erroneously set up as an http instead of https

  10. Kathie Bivens says:

    I have had Anthem BC/BS for years. How do I know if I am affected? I haven’t had any problems thus far.

    ADMIN – Hi Kathie,

    You can reach out to the class action admin and ask. Otherwise I believe they have made a concerned effort to notify those affected via mail.

  11. Phil Granger says:

    What company will be providing the credit monitoring services if I select that option?

    ADMIN – Hi Phil,

    According to the FAQ available in the main page for this settlement the monitoring of your credit will be provided by Experian. If you head to question 11 it reads as follows:

    Will the Settlement help protect me against future identity theft and fraud?
    Settlement Benefit: Free Credit Monitoring Services

    The Settlement provides a way to protect yourself from unauthorized use of your personal information. Settlement Class Members are encouraged to submit a claim to receive at least two years of future Credit Monitoring Services. If you already have credit monitoring services, you may still sign up for this additional protection.

    The Credit Monitoring Services provided by the Settlement are separate from, and in addition to, the two years of credit monitoring and identity protection services offered through AllClear ID by Anthem starting in 2015, which expired in 2017. You need not have signed up for the previous services to be eligible to make a claim for the Credit Monitoring Services being offered through this Settlement.

    Credit Monitoring Services will be provided for an initial period of two years. Credit Monitoring Services may be automatically extended to Settlement Class Members for a period longer than two years if there are sufficient funds left in the Settlement Fund. More detail about how Credit Monitoring Services could be extended longer than two years is available in Question 19.

    Credit Monitoring Services are being provided by Experian. The features of these Credit Monitoring Services include:

    Daily credit monitoring of the Settlement Class Members’ credit file at all three major credit reporting agencies (Experian, Equifax & TransUnion);
    An Experian Credit Report Upon Enrollment;
    A subsequent, updated Experian Credit Report available at the Settlement Class Members’ election as often as daily (online);
    ID Theft Insurance, which covers certain identity theft related expenses incurred by Settlement Class Members up to a limit of $1 million;
    Internet Surveillance, which includes monitoring of the “dark web” for Settlement Class Members’ personal information;
    Identity Validation monitoring and alerts to notify Settlement Class Members in the event their identity has been verified across the Experian identity network;
    Identity Monitoring of minors under the age of 18 (through their parents or legal guardian), including Social Security number trace, internet surveillance, identity restoration, and identity theft insurance; and
    Fraud Resolution Services that provide professional fraud resolution assistance to Settlement Class Members who experience identity theft or fraud, helping them with identity recovery and restoration.
    Experian has established an informational Internet web page for the Credit Monitoring Services being offered through this Settlement which can be found at:

  12. Kerri Andreska says:

    I recently started credit monitoring from the Equifax data breach. I would like to take the cash settlement instead of the credit monitoring.

    ADMIN – Kerri,

    File a claim using the link provided.

  13. anonymous says:

    IF “personal information was taken during the Data Breach, and is included in Anthem’s Member Impact Database”, THEN why is “” asking for personal information? All I should have to do is enter my claim ID number. I am asking this since my antivirus program flags the site as a phishing scam.

    ADMIN – Hi An,

    The site is legitimate however their URLs are reading as non-secure. This is why your antivirus flags it as risky

  14. Lo says:

    Hi there,

    I received an email in my spam from “” about my eligibility for a settlement. I do not know if it’s legit and was hoping I can screenshot and send to you so you can verify the authenticity. Let me know how i can do this.

    Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Norma,

    The domain from which this email generated appears to be correct.

    • Ed says:

      Please keep in mind that “reply-to” email addresses can be spoofed. Be sure to look at the destination addresses of the link the email wants you to click to complete whatever they’re asking for. Never go by the “from” or “reply-to” address.

  15. Peggy says:

    Today a card came for 1 of our son’s who passed away in 2004. He was 1 of 5 children on husband bc/bs .Are all our children at risk because this is the 1st time mail has come to say anything about data breach. We did hear about it on news, so is there a list someone can check for the rest of us? Thank You.

    ADMIN – Hi Peggy,

    Anthem indicated that they would contact those affected. If you only received it for one child chances are the other kiddos are ok. If you still want to make sure I would encourage you to contact the class action administrator.

  16. Jay says:

    How do i contact the class action administrator?

    ADMIN – Hi Jay,

    You scroll up and you look for the subheading contact. Next to it we have included all the info for the admin.

  17. Stacey says:

    I received postcard in my for my 13 yr old son what do i need to do?

    ADMIN – Hi Stacey,

    You need to file a claim. You also need to freeze his credit.

  18. Lost says:

    when this first happened they stated that we being signed up at that time for credit monitoring? never received any info after that. now I received a post card for myself but not my wife? $36 or monitoring. already have monitoring form the Equifax breach supposedly but have not heard anything from them either??? come on this is getting out of hand. I would gladly take their $36 but it should be $72 for the two of us and why did we not hear about the original credit monitoring and how can we prove Equifax has done it?

    ADMIN – Hi Lost,

    Did Equifax send you a confirmation email? You can submit that as proof. You can also contact the admin to see if your wife is part of the settlement.

  19. Concerned Anthem Customer says:

    If this is supposed to be a “fair” settlement, how come Anthem customers are only getting credit monitoring for a year when Anthem confirmed the data breach, which includes Social Security numbers Income information, affected 80 MILLION PEOPLE???

    I very recently received a phone call from someone claiming to be a “BlueCross BlueShield representative”. He asked me to confirm my name, address, and DOB. I called Anthem, and they confirmed this was a scammer, but Anthem said there was nothing they would do on their end. When you do an online search of the scammer phone number, you see reports that he called many other Anthem customers and in some cases he knew name of the policyholders’ doctor.

    The actions by Anthem are A JOKE.

  20. Lynne Johnson says:

    I just submitted a claim on line, but the year of my birthday was not entered correctly. How to I correct this error.

    ADMIN – Hi Lynne,

    Reach out to the class action administrator.

  21. Diana says:


    I received a post card today in the mail, addressed to a complete stranger. My family and I have been living at this home for the past nine years and absolutely do not recognize the addressee. Please let me know how to proceed from here; I’m worried this breach affected my family / myself. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Diana,

    Reach out to the class action administrator and explain your situation.

    • Margaret says:

      I also received a post card addressed to a person who has never lived at this address. I googled the name and the only match in my town was someone who died in 2008.

      ADMIN – Hi Margaret,

      We have had many reports of names sent to wrong addresses. As long as you are taking care of your own claim don’t worry about everyone else.

  22. Shirrel K Witt says:

    Thank you for letting me know .I WOULD LIKE THE CASH IF CAN

    ADMIN – Hi Shirell,

    To elect the cash option you have to file a claim form. Use the link provided.

  23. John Barker says:

    We received a post card today on behalf of our 13 year old daughter, and previously for our 7 year old son. I am concerned about how/why Anthem Inc would have their information. Any ideas about how we determine this? Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi John,

    You had them insured under one of their brands.

  24. Gregg says:

    I also received a postcard today and it sure looks like another phishing scam.
    The website certainly doesn’t inspire any confidence that whoever is handling the settlement or whatever credit monitoring service they are offering isn’t going to just lose the information again on those who respond giving the hackers a verified sucker list.
    I personally am going to wait for a while and see how this plays out before responding. I hope whoever is in charge of this settlement reads some of these posts and hopefully upgrade their security.
    We all should just face the fact that the only ones that get anything out of class action suits are the lawyers.

    ADMIN – Hi Gregg,

    Why so bitter against lawyers?

  25. Juliana w says:

    Hi. I don’t understand why I Received a mail from the Data breach litigation people. Why am I being told to file a claim and something about me going to court in California. I’m only 15. I’m too young to be involved into this stuff.

    ADMIN – Hi Julianna,

    Your personal information associated to the health insurance provided by your parents was compromised. Ask an adult to help you file.

  26. Julie says:

    The postcard from Anthem says this: “To receive free credit monitoring services, you must (i) return this Claim Form, or (ii) complete a Claim Form online at If you would prefer to receive instructions for Credit Monitoring Services by email, please provide your email address:”

    I would prefer to receive instructions by regular mail. If I do not fill in my email address, will I receive some kind of instructions by regular mail? Another question: if I just sign and date the form (without including my email address) and mail it back, is that sufficient to get free credit monitoring or is there some other step that I will have to take? Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Julie,

    To get the answers to your questions you need to contact the class action administrator. Their contact info is posted above. Just scroll up.

  27. Julie says:

    The problem with that phone number is you don’t have an option to talk to a real person and it doesn’t answer this question. Thank you again.

    ADMIN – Hi Julie,

    Did you try class counsel?

    • Julie says:

      Hello again. The only contact number I see on this thread is the 1-855-636-6136 number which doesn’t get you to a live person
      . Am I missing some other contact number? Thank you.

      ADMIN – Hi Julie,

      That is their official number. When the numbers are not staffed you can always try to contact class counsel. To reach class counsel please refer to the FAQ under the question Do I have a lawyer?

      • Mel says:

        Hi! The other number (number to lawyers handling the case) is 1-877-703-0745. You can get a real person on that line, however, their resources are limited as to what they can share. Good luck!

  28. Honestly says:

    Why must we enter personal identifiable information in the claim form along with a claim id? Can’t you just check the dark web for all the information? Seriously though, low to middle earners will pay for this in fees as institutions are defrauded. Fraud based on the data is unlikely to be traceable and institutions know that. Besides, the institutions will earn a bonus on transaction fees.

  29. Denise Bodden-Johnson says:

    Hello I received Anthem Data Breach Credit Monitoring Services claim form.

    ADMIN – Hi Denise,

    If you received a form you should consider filing.

  30. Erica says:

    I received the postcard and filed my claim. It said that info on setting up the monitoring would be sent by email once finalized. Is there an email address I can add to my contacts to be sure that this email will be delivered to my inbox and not my spam folder?

    ADMIN – Hi Erica,

    I don’t have the email address they plan to utilize for notifications. You can contact the admin directly to ask.

  31. Nicole says:

    Need to know what this is about my kid get a card an the mail

    ADMIN – Hi Nicole,

    This is a data breach settlement where personal information such as social securities became compromised. This affected adults and minors. Your minor child needs to file with your assistance to protect their credit and identity. You Should also consider freezing their credit.

  32. Ron says:

    I received a postcard addressed to a complete stranger at my home address. We have been at this address since 1975. I called the 1-855-636-6136 phone number. There is no live operator available at this number. How do I contact a knowledgeable person to find out why I received the postcard addressed to an unknown person and also how do I determine if I should be included in the class action suit and if I am how do I get a corrected postcard sent to me? Thanks in advance for providing me with valid contact information.

    ADMIN – Hi Ron,

    Consider reaching out to class counsel. You can find their number under the FAQ

  33. Richard says:

    This settlement is even more of a joke than the typical class- action settlement. The consequences of a breach like this are forever, and they want to give me, $36.00?

    I had someone file a tax return in my name;

    I had to take time off from work to file police reports;

    I had to put security words on every banking account I have;

    I had to change my home and mobile phone numbera because I was getting phone calls from supposed overseas pharmacies who knew my doctor’s name and what medications I took;

    I had to freeze all my credit (which is a real PITA, by the way – – try buying a phone or getting utilities turned on without a credit check);

    And I have to deal with crap for the rest of my life:

    And they want to give me $36.00???

    I think I’m going to file an objection to this one. I’ve never done it before, but this settlement is so paltry as to be unconscionable.


    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    I totally see your point. I am sorry you went through so much and I wish you the best as you embark in the process of objecting.

    • Mark says:

      I agree completely. That is why it is time to get rid of the Social Security Number as a universal credit identifier. The problems using the SSN are to numerous to list in a short comment, and there are more cryptographically secure means of protecting people’s identity now than in the 1930’s when they came up with Social Security. I have written my entire congressional delegation about this problem, and I would recommend that everyone on this forum to do the same. Richard, if I may be so bold to suggest, you should write everything you’ve written here, by hand, to your congressional reps. Tell them you want a minimum of 128-bit cryptographic signatures to replace the SSN. It does get attention.

  34. Nelly Andujar says:

    This is a settlement for 115 millones. You think with 36. Dollars We going to fix our credit? For my they use my mame and take 2, get something.who get my money back?

    ADMIN – Hi Nelly,

    You always have the option to opt out and pay for your own attorney.

  35. Ron says:

    Why is this legal

    ADMIN – Hi Ron,

    Please be more specific.

    • Mark says:

      If your data was compromised by the data breach, then you are entitled to damages if *you* can prove, in court, that *you* were damaged by the data breach. You have to bring the court evidence of damage to make a claim. If you don’t have it, the case is dismissed due to lack of standing* (no damages). If you have evidence that someone used the information from the data breach to steal your identity, then you would have a case. But attorneys for the defense have deep pockets and can delay the start of a trial with endless motions. If you have the means, you should fight them. For the rest of us, there is a class filing. That is why you have the card. This settlement is the work of attorneys who have projected how many people will actually be harmed by the data breach, with the rest the class catching false info in their credit reports early enough to avoid damage. If you don’t like the outcome of this settlement, you are within your rights to sue, but I wish you luck.

  36. Christina garcia says:

    I want know is want. This about. My kids are under age still

    ADMIN – Hi Christina,

    Their identity was compromised. Anthem had records with details such as social security # and they had a data breach.

  37. TONI d MILLER says:

    I received the anthem data breach credit monitoring card . I need some help. 1. If I sign the card I get credit monitoring but can’t get anything from the settlement right? 2. What if I want to be a part of the settlement? 3.Do I have to have fraud done to me to be part of settlement? How can I be part of the settlement?
    Thank you, I am old and this is confusing.

    ADMIN – Hi Toni,

    You are entitled to obtain credit monitoring if you have none. You are entitled to get your money back if you are already paying for credit monitoring. You are entitled to receive assistance if you have a fraud issue and you are entitled to get money reimbursed if you incurred expenses associated to fraud or to protect yourself from fraud.

  38. Anita says:

    I received an Anthem Data Breach Credit Monitoring Services Claim Form for myself and my deceased husband. Is there any reason to file a claim form in my husband’s name?

    ADMIN – Hi Anita,

    No, no need. Unless he had credit monitoring and he died recently. It will let you get your money back for said service.

  39. Patricia McFarland says:

    I continue to get these calls… and I hate ocean cruises… will never take one. Do I need a CODE #?

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    This settlement is a data breach settlement. It has nothing to do with cruises.

  40. La Shawn says:

    I keep having a problem entering my zip code when selecting alternate payment. It only allows me to enter one number. Is this a tactic to force people to accept credit monitoring they already have from the numerous breaches? Please help and Thanks!

    ADMIN – Hi LaShawn,

    I tested the form and it appears to work. If it is still giving you trouble contact the class action administrator.

  41. Wendy B says:

    I received a postcard in my name & in my deceased daughter’s name. Unfortunately, the postcards were accidentally thrown out. What can I do now, if anything?

    ADMIN – Hi Wendy,

    Since this is a privacy settlement you don’t need to do a thing. Being that your daughter is no longer with us she has no need to protect her identity.

  42. mattie gregory says:

    I have protestion include me in settlement .

    ADMIN – Hi Mattie,

    To be included in the settlement you must file a claim.

  43. Former Anthem Carrier says:

    Does this cover all scopes of Anthem ie: Anthem Highmark?

    ADMIN – Hi Ex Carrier,

    If you were a potential class member they would have sent you a card.

  44. Hemalatha Manchikalapati says:

    We have a family of four. Husband wife and two children who had Horizon Health coverage. I received four post cards in my name .My spouse and children did not get post cards. When my children and spouse getting the post cards to file the claim.

    ADMIN – Hi Hemalatha,

    It is entirely possible that their data was not compromised. Please reach out to the class action administrator to confirm. Use the contact information provided above.

  45. Tamela Hooks says:

    I filled out the claim form and put my email a few days ago but never received instructions to activate for my credit monitoring, I tried putting it again but it said I already filed. When will I get the instruction email?

    ADMIN – Hi Tamela,

    Please reach out to the class action administrator for clarification.

    • Tamela Hooks says:

      What is the class action administer number please?

      ADMIN – Hi Tamela,

      In re: Anthem Inc. Data Breach Litigation
      c/o KCC LLC
      P.O. Box 404012
      Louisville, KY 40233-9821

  46. John Sendrey says:

    I want to Opt Out, to retain my right to sue Anthem for any future damanges resulting in the data breach.
    One or even two years of credit monitoring is a joke. Our personal data is compromised forever!
    Because the affected parties, my minor children, will likely be unaffected in the near future since they are still too young to apply for credit or conduct any financial transactions, I want to reserve the right for them to take legal action in the years to come.

    I suppose the downside to this course of action is that with so many data breaches (e.g. Equifax Data Breach), it will be difficult to prove the source of the data used by identity thieves. I suppose there may be an apportionment of liability based on the number of parties that have suffered data breaches.

    I imagine it will be my responsibility to keep track of all the data breaches from now on and to inform my children of all of them, so they can respond accordingly when they become victims of identity theft.

    Do you have the detailed steps required to Opt Out of the settlement?

    ADMIN – Hi John,

    The details to opt out are in the main page for the settlement.

  47. Former Anthem Coverage says:

    I understand the effective dates for Anthem breach started Feb. 2014 Thru 2015.
    My spouse had me covered under his plan, and I covered him under my Anthem plan.
    I did not received a card in the mail but he did.
    Does he only need to file a claim?

    thanks a lot


    I encourage you to contact the admin. It is entirely possible that your card got lost in the mail.

  48. Ofer says:

    Hi Admin,
    If I received the card (“Anthem Data Breach …. ) it means that the personal information was breached?
    Also, the credit monitoring protection services – are they only for future credit card transactions?
    Thanks !

    ADMIN – Hi Ofer,

    Yes, if you received a card your credit was compromised. As for credit monitoring it only works in the future. It is simply impossible to monitor the past.

  49. Richelle R Crall says:

    Received postcard

    ADMIN – Hi Richelle,

    Please complete your claim if you are a member of the class.

  50. Gary B says:

    a reply posted last October states: The Credit Monitoring Services provided by the Settlement are separate from, and in addition to, the two years of credit monitoring and identity protection services offered through AllClear ID by Anthem starting in 2015, which expired in 2017. You need not have signed up for the previous services to be eligible to make a claim for the Credit Monitoring Services being offered through this Settlement.

    Since our credit monitoring by AllClear is no longer in effect, and we will not be eligible for additional free monitoring until the after the Fairness Hearing on Feb. 1, 2018, am I to understand that we have had no credit monitoring or identity protection services for the last 8 months?

    ADMIN – Hi Gary,

    I would pay for my own monitoring and file using the reimbursement option. Or I would file as an out of pocket loss.

  51. TJ says:

    I received a card in my name months ago and received another with someone else’s name today with my address on it. Now I am concerned that someone else already used my personal info. Is there someone I can talk to regarding this possibly fraudulent claim number that just came?

    ADMIN – Hi TJ,

    You can reach out to the class action administrator.

  52. Mary says:

    I received a card to my address of 30 years, addressed to someone I’ve never heard of. How can I get this person off my address? I feel that this is a breach in and of itself.

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    You will have to speak to someone who specializes in identity theft.

  53. Mary says:

    How do you reach the class action administrator?

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    If you scroll up you will find this info for the admin:

    In re: Anthem Inc. Data Breach Litigation
    c/o KCC LLC
    P.O. Box 404012
    Louisville, KY 40233-9821

  54. Geneva B.Hall says:

    I received a post card about the Anthem Breach. I have been trying to get the online application finished and sent for days, but it keeps telling me invalid email address.
    Whenever I call the number on the post card, it is all automated, with NO options to speak to a human being.
    This whole situation is EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING FOR US ALL. We should at least be able to talk to humans about ours options.

    ADMIN – Hi Geneva,

    We are not the class action administrators but perhaps you would benefit from contacting the lawyer representing you in this matter. Her name is Eve Cervantez and she can be reached at (415) 421-7151 ext. 351

  55. Madeline Lobo says:

    I am so confused, makes me want to puke. All I want is to be on continuing monitor.

    ADMIN – Hi Madeline,

    Sign up for monitoring using the link provided. Regardless you should always have credit monitoring even if a third party is not paying for it.

  56. Dora says:

    Why is it the counselors get the money 7,500,& 5,000 and we only get 36.funky dollars they are getting rich off our information that was hacked that’s not justified to me , me ,an my 7 kids were hacked bullshit.

    ADMIN – Hi Dora,

    The judge approves or disapproves the payment to class counsel for their work. Your personal damages are calculated based on the risk you have of having your information used and how that risk can be proved to be associated to this breach. Anytime you feel you deserve more you have the option to object and go after a company on your own through self representation or by hiring your own attorney. You are not at the mercy of the evil attorneys that brought the class action.

  57. Jack Mehoff says:

    The proposed settlement is for “up to $597,500” to pay for credit monitoring for a whopping 2 whole years (OMG!!!) for the 80 million victims of this credit breach. “Up to $37.95 MILLION [DOLLARS] as attorneys’ fees.”

    Reminds me of that old Jerry Reed song…”She got the gold mine (I got the shaft).”

    Got to love capitalism…exploiting the masses for trucks FULL of gold for the few.

    ADMIN – Hi Jack,

    I understand your frustration and I wish I could fix it.

  58. Leslie H Bowyer says:

    there is no information on the ”” website as your paperwork says there is. Have you listed the wrong site? If so what is the correct one?

    ADMIN – Hi Leslie,

    I just clicked on it and it has all the info.

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