Have you or someone you know purchased MacKeeper software? If so, then you may be entitled to a up to $40 from the MacKeeper Class Action Lawsuit. According to the lawsuit, ZeoBIT deceptively advertised and sold MacKeeper software as being capable of enhancing an Apple computer’s speed, performance, and security, when in reality, the software identifies problems that don’t exist and generates false error messages to scare users into purchasing an upgrade. ZeoBIT denies the allegations but has decided to settle the case to avoid further legal fees.
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MacKeeper Class Action Lawsuit:
- MacKeeper Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 11/30/2015
- Who’s Eligible: Anyone in the United States and its territories who purchased MacKeeper on or before 7/8/2015
- Estimated Amount: Up to $39.95. The actual amount each claimant will receive depends on the total number of valid claims submitted.
- Proof of Purchase: Class Members must provide the email address that was used in connection with their purchase. In addition, Class Members must affirm that they purchased MacKeeper software on or before 7/8/2015 and that they have not received a full refund for their purchase of MacKeeper.
- Case Name & Number: Yencha v. ZeoBIT LLC, Case No. 2:14-cv—00578-JFC, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
If you or someone you know purchased MacKeeper on or before 7/8/2015, this is the chance to receive a $40 refund from the MacKeeper Class Action Lawsuit. All you need to do is head to the claim form and provide the email address that was used in connection with their purchase in order to receive your payment. The company allegedly provided software that identifies problems that don’t exist and generates false error messages to scare users into purchasing an upgrade. To find out if you’re eligible for other Class Action Lawsuit Settlements, check out the HMB list!
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