Code42 Automatic Software Renewal Class Action Settlement
All consumers within the State of California who purchased any product or service from Code42 as part of an “Automatic Renewal” or “Continuous Service” plan or arrangement between November 19, 2011 and November 19, 2015, inclusive, and who were subsequently charged by and paid Code42 one or more fees for the renewal of the product or service beyond the original term are deemed to be Class Members in the settlement.
Proof of Purchase
Jordan Kissel v. Code42 Software, Inc., et al.Case No. 8:15-cv-01936 United States District Court for the Central District of California
The lawsuit claimed that Code42 did not comply with a California law that requires companies selling automatically renewing services to provide certain information to consumers. Specifically, Plaintiff alleges that Code42 failed to present its automatic renewal offer terms and/or continuous service offer terms “clearly and conspicuously” and in “visual proximity” “to the request for consent to the offer” in violation of California’s Business & Professions Code § 17602(a)(1). Plaintiff similarly alleges Code42 failed to obtain Plaintiff’s and the Class’s affirmative consent before the subscription was fulfilled in violation of Business & Professions Code §§ 17602(a)(1) and 17603, and failed to provide an acknowledgment with the automatic renewal offer terms and information regarding Defendant’s cancellation policy in violation of Business & Professions Code §§ 17602(a)(3) and 17602(b)(2). Code42 denied that it did anything wrong.