ADT Home Security Vulnerability Class Action Settlement
The Settlement Class is comprised of “the current or former ADT customers who between November 13, 2009 and August 15, 2016 entered into a contract with ADT or an ADT dealer for installation of a residential security system, or who had ADT or an ADT dealer install a residential security system, that includes at least one wireless peripheral sensor.”
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Proof of Purchase
Michael Edenborough v. The ADT Corporation and ADT, LLC d/b/a ADT Security Services
Case No. 16-cv-02233-JST
District Court, Northern District of California
Plaintiffs brought the Actions on behalf of ADT customers who contracted with ADT or with an authorized ADT dealer for installation of a residential security system that operated using at least one wireless peripheral sensor. Plaintiffs allege that ADT failed to disclose to its customers the alleged vulnerability of the wireless sensors to evasion and jamming using electronic devices. ADT denies the allegations, denies liability, and asserts numerous defenses.