Class Eligibility

The settlement (available here) affects two “Classes” of McAfee customers:

The “Auto-Renewal Class” consists of: All persons in the United States who paid McAfee for the automatic renewal of a subscription license for any McAfee software (including software branded under the McAfee or Intel Security names) from January 10, 2010 to February 10, 2015, and whose first auto-renewal charge was at a price greater than the price paid to McAfee for the initial subscription license. The Auto-Renewal Class does not include any person whose charges as described above were fully refunded by McAfee or fully credited through such person’s credit or debit card issuer.

The “Reference Price Class” consists of: All persons in the United States (1) who initially purchased from McAfee or manually renewed through McAfee a subscription license for any McAfee software (including software branded under the McAfee or Intel Security names) from January 10, 2010 to February 10, 2015, and (2) whose subscription license was initially purchased or manually renewed at a discounted price.

Estimated Amount

$11.50

Proof of Purchase

Yes

Case Name

Williamson v. McAfee, Inc.
Case No. 14 cv 158 EJD
DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA

Case Summary

The lawsuits claim that McAfee was violating certain California statutes and common law addressing the process of auto-renewal practices and the way they ran advertisements of discounts and reference prices

McAfee denies doing anything wrong, but has agreed to settle to avoid trial

Settlement Pool

N/A

Settlement Website

Deadline

12/23/2017

Contact


McAfee Williamson Settlement
1801 Market Street, Suite 660
Philadelphia, PA 19103
info@McAfeeWilliamsonSettlement.com
1-844-343-1478

10 responses to “McAfee Class Action Settlement”

  1. Lorene Carmichael says:

    What were the results of the lawsuit?

    ADMIN – Hi Lorene,

    The fairness hearing took place on January 27. It will be a little bit before we know the result.

  2. Kathy Brown says:

    You are obviously holding my warranted recompense for $ $ 11.50
    not fair

    ADMIN – Hi Kathy,

    We are not personally holding a thing. We are simply an informational website.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    What date are we to expected to receive the check?

    ADMIN – Hi Elizabeth,

    This is currently under appeal.

    • Gorbir says:

      How can this be under appeal when it says above “McAfee denies doing anything wrong, but has agreed to settle to avoid trial”? Are they appealing their decision to settle?

      ADMIN – Hi Gorbir,

      The exact wording of the current update is as follows:

      The court has granted final approval of the settlement. However, an appeal of that decision has been filed with an appeals court. Distribution of benefits (payments and value certificates) in this matter will take place after this appeal and any others are resolved and the settlement becomes final and effective

  4. Elizabeth says:

    What date are we expected to receive this check?

    ADMIN – Hi Elizabeth,

    This is currently under appeal.

  5. Debra Rodriguez says:

    My personal ID# REF009039317. I understand this case is being repealed, but what does that mean to me? Debra Rodriguez

    ADMIN – Hi Debra,

    A repeal is when a judge finds that the case is not valid, is null it does not have legal merit.

  6. A. Edwards says:

    Paid McAfee for the automatic renewal of a subscription license during that period

  7. Terri says:

    Is compensation coming? I’ve already completed the Cash Election Form.

    ADMIN – Hi Terri,

    We don’t know yet.

  8. Myrna Jones says:

    How much is it?

    ADMIN – Hi Myrna,

    Refer to the portion titled “estimated amount” which reads $11.50.

  9. Elizabeth says:

    It is currently March 27, 2017 and still no word regarding the Benefit Election Checks. Please provide updated information asap. Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Elizabeth,

    Per the class action page the settlement is under appeal. No timeline as to when you will receive your settlement.

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