Apple agrees to pay $14.8 million to iCloud storage subscribers in class action settlement

If you paid for a subscription to iCloud at any point between September 16, 2015 and January 31, 2016, and you had a U.S. mailing address associated with your iCloud account at that point, you may be entitled to receive a payment.

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storageclassactionsettlement.com:

If you paid for a subscription to iCloud at any point between September 16, 2015 and January 31, 2016, and you had a U.S. mailing address associated with your iCloud account at that point, you should read this Notice as it may impact your legal rights.

A Settlement has been reached with Apple Inc. (“Apple” or “Defendant”) in a class action lawsuit alleging that Apple breached its contract with users by storing iCloud data on third-party servers. Apple denies that there was a breach of any contract and denies all allegations of wrongdoing.

You may be included in this Settlement as a “Class Member” and entitled to receive a payment called the “Class Payment” if you paid for a subscription to iCloud at any point between September 16, 2015 and January 31, 2016, and you had a U.S. mailing address associated with your iCloud account at that point. Together, all Class Members are collectively known as the “Class.” The criteria to be a Class Member are defined more fully in Section CC of the Settlement Agreement.

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4 Comments

  1. So now I get this email from the Settlement Administrator storageclassaction@administratorclassaction.com saying a settlement has been reached and to go to http://www.StorageClassActionSettlement.com to choose your payment method. Hmm. That was quick. It gives you a payment method of ACH or by paper check. Whether it is the real deal or not, I cannot tell. I did put a false routing number and it told me it was not valid. Guess we need to wait a while.

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