Class Eligibility

You are a class member if, during the period from July 11, 2004 through March 31, 2008, you were a United States resident who had a Google AdWords account and were charged for clicks on advertisements appearing on parked domains or error pages. Both individuals and businesses can be class members.

Estimated Amount


If you are a class member, and you submit a valid and timely claim form, you will receive a payment from the settlement fund in proportion to the amount of money you spent on parked domains or error pages between July 11, 2004 and March 31, 2008. The amount you receive will depend on how many class members file claims. You must have spent at least $1.00 on AdWords ads served on parked domain and error pages between July 11, 2004 and March 31, 2008 to receive a payment from the settlement fund. The maximum amount you can receive is the total amount you paid for ads on parked domains and error pages during this time period.

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

In Re Google AdWords Litigation,
No. 5:08-cv-03369-EJD
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

Case Summary

Plaintiffs brought this class action lawsuit against Google Inc. on July 11, 2008, alleging that Google failed to disclose to its AdWords customers that it placed their ads on websites known as parked domains and error pages. Parked domains are websites with little or no content, and error pages are websites that users visit when they enter an unregistered address into their web browser. Plaintiffs claimed that parked domains and error pages are low-quality and that Google’s conduct violated California’s laws against unfair competition and false advertising and sought restitution—money awards—for class members. Google denied these allegations.

Settlement Pool





Google AdWords Settlement
c/o Analytics Consulting LLC
P.O. Box 2005
Chanhassen, MN 55317-2005

6 responses to “Google AdWords Class Action Settlement”

  1. Jonny mae Snyder says:

    Please send my information to the following belove claim and pin number

    ADMIN – Hi Jonny,

    That is not our role. All communications regarding this settlement are handled directly by the class action administrator. His information is available under the subheading “contact”.

  2. Ashley Miller greene says:

    Did not get postcard because I have moved
    Ashley Miller
    Ashley Miller greene
    Ashley greene
    David greene
    Robert Miller

    Could be any of those I set up on

    New address
    7132 W 85th st LA CA 90045

    Prior addresses were Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Glendale

    I’m not even sure what email I used but I definitely had Adsense

    ADMIN – Hi Ashley,

    Please note that are unable to help you. We are not the class action admin,.

  3. Tanya Y Leon says:

    I never Received a postcard due to relocation please reply

    ADMIN – Hi Tanya,

    My reply won’t help you at all. You need to contact the admin directly.

  4. Darcy Moore says:

    Please email me a pin number and information

    ADMIN – Hi Darcy,

    We cannot. Our website is purely informational and we are not in charge of specific administration issues.

  5. Loria Smith says:

    Please send me a postcard with pin number so I can file this claim.

    ADMIN – Hi Loria,

    We are not the class action admin thus we are unable to help you.

  6. Denice Harris says:

    I didn’t get my post card and how can I update my information.

    ADMIN – Hi Denice,

    You can do so by contacting the class action administrator.

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