Class Eligibility

You are a member of this class action if you purchased MacKeeper in the United States on or before July 8th 2015

Estimated Amount

Up to $39.95
Proof of Purchase
Yes The claimant must Provide the email address used to purchase the software download
Case Name
Yencha v. ZeoBIT LLC Case No. 2:14-cv—00578-JFC U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Case Summary
According to the documents supporting this settlement MacKeeper provided inaccurate reporting and diagnostics of computer problems on both their free trial and purchased software. According to the plaintiff the defendant created the program to always report malfunctions indicating errors or viruses that needed to be fixed even if these were non-existant.
Settlement Pool
Settlement Website
MacKeeper Settlement Administrator c/o Rust Consulting Inc. P.O. Box 2242 Faribault, MN 55021-1624 1-877-315-1149

10 responses to “MacKeeper Class Action Settlement”

  1. Nan Cox says:

    Still have this software on my Mac

  2. Alison Martin says:

    I have this installed only computer and have since 2013.

  3. Mimya P. Andersen says:

    I bought this software and is still in my hard drive.

  4. Billy says:

    My School bought Mackeeper. I will have to show them this webpage, and if you have Mackeeper, DELETE IT! Mackeeper will download malware to your mac.

  5. Darlene Taylor says:

    I bough this software and it damage my computer.

  6. mario pryor says:

    i purchase this soft ware

  7. Thomas Allen says:

    $16.03 check received!

    ADMIN – Hi Thomas,

    Thanks for letting us know.

  8. Jesslyn Witte says:

    What is happening with this settlement? How will I know if I am really going to receive anything or not?

    ADMIN – Hi Jessylin,

    The checks were paid on March of 2016

  9. Kathy Hunter says:

    What about people who just purchased this software unaware of this problem. If this is bad why are they still allowed to take your money?

    ADMIN – Hi Kathy,

    I would cancel my membership

  10. Timothy Price says:

    I wish I had known they owe me money. I have had it since at least 2014 and now thanks to their data breach, my data has been exposed.