Sonic Data Breach Settlement: How to Claim Your Cash
- Eligible Class Members can file for payment online or by mail
- The settlement page includes a list of Frequently Asked Questions
- The Settlement Administrator can help answer questions
When 325 Sonic locations get hit with a data breach, a class action lawsuit is almost inevitable. The case titled Sonic Corp. Customer Data Breach Litigation appears to be wrapping up as the parties involved have agreed to settle to the tune of $4,325,000. In order to make a claim for payment, Class Members must go to the settlement page and click the File Claim tab. Those who want to file online can check the box to proceed with making a claim. Meanwhile, those who would rather file by mail can print off a copy of the claim form.
Key Facts of the Sonic Data Breach Settlement
- The data breach occurred between the dates of April 7th, 2017 and October 28th, 2017
- Class Members must file online or by mail no later than the deadline of April 19th, 2019
- April 19th, 2019 is also the deadline for those who want to file a request to be excluded
- Those who don’t file a claim or request to be excluded will get NOTHING (so take action)
- In terms of overall value, this settlements falls short of the EXP Data Breach Settlement
As far as money goes, Class Members who experienced fraudulent charges on their credit card due to the data breach can receive up to $40. Meanwhile, those who did not experience fraudulent charges can claim up to $10. While these amounts appear to be the best estimates, the exact payment may be less or more depending on the number of folks who file a claim.
By the way, Class Members must send their exclusion requests or claim forms (those who don’t file online) directly to the Settlement Administrator. In addition to receiving claims and exclusions, the administrator can also answer questions about the settlement. However, those who would rather help themselves can skip the phone call and find answers within the FAQs provided in the notice and at the settlement page.
Sonic Data Breach Settlement Administrator
- PO Box 404000, Louisville, KY 40233-4000
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