Kiplinger agreed to pay over $6.84 million as part of a settlement to resolve claims it violated Michigan privacy laws by sharing magazine subscriber information.
According to the class action lawsuit, Kiplinger violated Michigan’s Preservation of Personal Privacy Act by sharing subscriber information without their consent. The publisher allegedly disclosed subscription information to various third parties before July 2016.
Kiplinger publishes several financial magazines to offer advice on wealth management, tax, personal finance, retirement and other matters.
Kiplinger hasn’t admitted any wrongdoing but agreed to a $6,845,670 class action settlement to resolve the privacy allegations.
Kiplinger Michigan Privacy Class Action Lawsuit
- Who’s Eligible:
- Individuals who purchased a subscription to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, The Kiplinger Letter, Kiplinger’s Investing for Income, The Kiplinger Tax Letter or Kiplinger’s Retirement Report to be delivered to a Michigan street address between Dec. 24, 2015, and July 30, 2016.
- Estimated Amount: $248 (estimated)
- Proof of Purchase: N/A
- Claim Form Deadline: 06/06/2023
- Case Name & Number:
- Strano, et al. v. Kiplinger Washington Editors Inc., Case No. 21-cv-12987-TLL-PTM, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
- How to file a claim:
- Head over to the Claim Form.
- Read over the claim form to see if you are eligible.
- Complete the claim form with your info.
- Submit your claim form to receive your potential award!
(Click here to file a claim)
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