Experian Data Breach Settlement: Claim $40 at ExpDataBreachSettlement.com


Claim up to $40 in Experian Data Breach Class Action Settlement

Experian Data Breach Settlement

A mind-blowing 22 million dollar settlement has been reached to resolve the 2020 Experian Data Breach where hackers made of with consumers names, addresses, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, identification numbers (driver’s license numbers, military ID numbers, or passport ID’s!

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Experian admits no action of wrongdoing but has agreed to the $22,000,000 settlement in order to avoid further court cost.

ExpDataBreachSettlement.com Payments?

Class members who file valid claims by 4/11/2019 will receive two years of free credit monitoring and insurance services as well as up to $40 in a cash payment.

The exact settlement any one class member will receive may differ.

Experian Data Breach Class Action Settlement Claim Form?

Class members have several options when filing a claim to receive a slice of the 22 million dollar settlement pie.

Please note you must have the 12 digit claim number in order to file a claim.

The 12 digit Experian Data Breach Class Action Settlement claim number will be located above the class members name on the notification letter.

ExpDataBreachSettlement Contact Information

Any questions in regards to the case can be directed to 1-844-730-2030.

The Experian Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit is entitled In re: Experian Data Breach Litigation and is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Class members do not have to hire a lawyer as the court has already appointed Daniel S. Robinson from ROBINSON CALCAGNIE INC.

Daniel S. Robinson can be reached at 888-348-8855.

All claim forms MUST be in before 4/11/2019.

Settlement Link: expdatabreachsettlement.com

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Elizabeth Weintraub
Elizabeth Weintraub is a former writer for The Balance. She has an extensive background in real estate spanning more than 40 years, including experience in related industries such as title and escrow. Weintruab began in the real estate business in 1974 as a title searcher at First American Title in Boulder, Colorado. After moving to Newport Beach, California, she became an escrow officer in 1976 and advanced to certified status as designated by the California Escrow Association.