IDBIPA Settlement – File Claim in $7 Million Dollar Class Action Lawsuit

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A 7 million dollar settlement has been announced in the class action lawsuit entitled Prelipceanu v. Jumio Corp.,

Simply head on over to www.idbipasettlement.com to file a claim.

The case is pending in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.

Class members do not have to hire a lawyer as they will be represented by Myles McGuire, Evan M. Meyers, David L. Gerbie, and Andrew T. Heldut from the law firm of MCGUIRE LAW PC.

The defense will be represented by Susan Fahringer, Debra R. Bernard, and Nicola Menaldo from the law firm of PERKINS COIE LLP.

IDBIPASettlement.com Contact

  • Mail: Prelipceanu v Jumio Corporation Settlement Administrator c/o KCC Class Action Services LLC PO Box 43172 Providence, RI 02940-3172
  • Email: info@IDBIPASettlement.com
  • Toll-Free: 1-866-524-0722

Who should file a claim?

“Individuals whose biometrics were collected, captured, purchased, or obtained by Jumio between Dec. 21, 2013 and Dec. 23, 2019.”

The deadline for exclusion and objection is Feb. 26, 2020. The final approval hearing for the settlement is scheduled for March 31, 2020.


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You must be a legal resident of the United States in order to file a claim in any of the above lawsuits.

 


 

Who filed the lawsuit?

Plaintiff Alex Prelipceanu filed his Jumio class-action lawsuit in December 2018, alleging that he and other consumers had their biometrics collected, stored and sold by the company. He claimed that he and others had not consented to have their biometrics used by the company.

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