Class Eligibility

You are a member of the settlement if you were among the 147 million US consumers identified by Equifax whose personal information was affected by the data breach.

Estimated Amount

(a) Up to $20,000 for expenses which include out of pocket costs, time spent dealing with fraud/identity theft, and the cost of credit monitoring.

(b) The settlement also provides at least four years of three-bureau credit monitoring services, provided by Experian for qualifying class members. Those who already use a credit monitoring system may receive up to $125 in an alternative reimbursement compenstation.

(c) Assisted Identity Restoration Services provided by Experian for a seven year period.

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

In re: Equifax Inc. Customer Data Security Breach Litigation,
Case No. 1:17-md-2800-TWT,

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

Case Summary

Equifax, in September of 2017, announced that their systems were compromised due to a criminal cyberattack. The hackers gained unauthorized access to the personal information of about 147 million US consumers. Equifax is accused of not properly proctecting consumers’ personal information and providing a delayed noticed of the data breach.

Settlement Pool



01/22/2020: Current losses & time, credit monitoring services or alternative reimbursement compenstation, and Equifax subscription product reimbursement

01/22/2024: For future losses & time


Equifax Data Breach Class Action
Settlement Administrator
c/o JND Legal Administration
P.O. Box 91318
Seattle, WA 98111-9418


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