Class Eligibility

All persons with Michigan street addresses who purchased a subscription to a Time Publication directly from Time, but in a manner other than through a Time website, between February 19, 2013 and February 19, 2016. Most Class Members purchased their subscriptions to Time Publications by mailing in a postcard to Time Inc. Such postcards typically include discounts off the cover price when buying a subscription. Time Publications include: Cooking Light, Coastal Living, Health, Southern Living, Sunset, This Old House, All You, Big Picture, Essence, Edge, Entertainment Weekly, Fortune, Golf, InStyle, Travel & Leisure, Time, Time for Kids, People, People En Español, People Style, Money, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated Kids, Real Simple, Food & Wine, and Wallpaper. Based on Defendant’s records, there are approximately 719,000 potential Class Members.

Estimated Amount

Proof of Purchase
Case Name
Carolyn Perlin v. Time Inc. Case No. 2:16-cv-10635-GCS-MKM District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Case Summary
This lawsuit claims that Defendant violated Michigan’s Video Rental Privacy Act, M.C.L. § 445.1712 (“VRPA”) by disclosing information related to its customers’ magazine subscriptions to third parties. The Defendant denies it violated any law. The Court has not determined who is right. Rather, the Parties have agreed to settle the lawsuit to avoid the uncertainties and expenses associated with ongoing litigation.
Settlement Pool
Magazine Subscriber Privacy Settlement Administrator KCC Class Action Services LLC P.O. Box 404075 Louisville, KY 40233-4075 1-844-593-1080

6 responses to “Time Inc. Magazine Subscription Class Action Settlement (Michigan Only)”

  1. Marlene Jones says:

    I purchased Time, and ended up receiving 6 others on a monthly basis

    ADMIN – Hi Marlene,

    Please read the terms of the settlement as well as class eligibility. This lawsuit is about privacy concerns.

    • Roberta Mccurtis says:

      I received a magazine settlement required must be submitted before November 29th 2018 Roberta mccurtis 715 Berrington Woods Drive Apartment 4 Portage Michigan 49002

  2. Kevin or Lidia Prush says:

    I have subscriptions to TIME, Entertainment Weekly, Sports Illustrated, and Cooking Light, and InStyle, between February19,2013 and February 19, 2016 ( and continuing currently) at 27941 Harper, Saint Clair Shores, Michigan 48081 suite 101.

    ADMIN – Hi Kevin,

    Please use the link we provide to file your class action claim.

  3. Barbara Crouse says:

    I rec’d. a check drawn on Bank of America in Atlanta, GA for $57.81 supposedly in payment of
    your lawsuit. I deposited the check on 4/15/19 and on 4/18/19 was charged a $5.00 fee for a
    charge back. Your check bounced. My bank is Isabella Bank in Canadian Lakes, MI 49346.
    The lawsuit involved is Perlin vs. Time Magazine. I feel you now owe me $62.81. Please contact me at the email address listed below.

    ADMIN – Hi Barbara, Sorry to hear that. However, there appears to be a misunderstanding. We ( are *not* the settlement/claims administrator of this case — we are only an online “newspaper” of various class action settlements involving various companies.

  4. William Monson says:

    I applied for this class action lawsuit and never received my money

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi William, Sorry to hear that. The amount of time that it takes to get your rebate varies a lot. Sometimes it is as soon as 2 months after the settlement closing date. Sometimes it takes much longer. Also, please note that we ( are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. If you’re reading this now and still never received your money, I’m afraid you cannot contact the settlement administrator anymore; they’ve already taken down their website. As a last resort, however, we recommend that eligible claimants check the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (“NAUPA”) website via for updates on when late claimants can claim their funds — unless the Settlement Administrator already disbursed any unclaimed portion of the fund via charity donations. Best of luck.