Class Eligibility

To be a class member of this settlement you must have been a paying member of Angie’s List at any time between March 11, 2009 and July 12, 2016. Excluded from the Settlement Class are (i) Angie’s List, its officers, directors, affiliates, legal representatives, employees, successors, and assigns, and entities in which Angie’s List has a controlling interest, and (ii) judges, justices, magistrates, or judicial officers presiding over the Actions.

Estimated Amount


Or free membership

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Moore v. Angie’s List, Inc.,
Case No. 2:15-cv-01243
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Case Summary

According to the documents of this settlement Angie’s does not properly disclose that it accepts advertising payments from service providers or that the payments have the potential of affecting service providers’ letter-grade ratings, reviews, and placement in search-result rankings. Additionally, Angie’s fails to properly disclose the fact that businesses are in fact paying for certain positions in their listings which is contrary to their original marketing pitch

Angie’s List denies the allegations but agrees to settle.

Settlement Pool





Moore v. Angie’s List
Settlement Administrator
P.O. Box 4109
Portland, OR 97208 – 4109

3 responses to “Angie’s List Class Action Settlement”

  1. Robin Harold says:

    Can you please provide a telephone number which is answered by a real person?

    ADMIN – Hi Robin,

    If you are not having success with the admin number consider reaching out to class counsel. Their phone number is available in the long notice.

  2. Robin Harold says:

    Seems like the settlement was approved last December. I have received no subsequent information about the case. When will I receive notice and the payout? I’d like to cross this off of my to-do list.

    By the way, the admin number just leads to prerecorded messages which contain bare bones information – not really that helpful. The number in the long notice that I found was the same old number – perhaps I missed the number you were referring to . Rather than directing me to a document to find a telephone

    number, it would just be better if you could provide a valid number answered by a real person and take the time to confirm that it does not lead to a prerecorded message.

    Thank you.

    ADMIN – Hi Robin,

    You may want to contact class counsel at

    Ruben Honik, Esq.
    David J. Stanoch, Esq. GOLOMB & HONIK, P.C. 1515 Market Street, Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19102

  3. Mary Ann Spina says:

    I submitted my claim form on August 23, 2016 and have not heard a word about this since. I also would like to cross this off my to do list. When can I expect that this will be resolved?

    ADMIN – Hi Mary,

    The first step is to contact the class action administrator. They will be better able to help with the status of your claim.

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