IF YOU SUBSCRIBED TO ANY MAGAZINE PUBLISHED BY BONNIER AT ANY TIME FROM JULY 28, 2010 UNTIL JUNE 25, 2019, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO CLAIM A MONETARY PAYMENT FROM A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT.
A federal court authorized the Notice. You are not being sued.
This is not a solicitation from an attorney.
- A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit filed against the magazine publisher Bonnier Corporation (“Bonnier”) based upon Bonnier’s alleged disclosure of subscriber information to third-parties in violation of Michigan law.
- You may be eligible to participate in the Settlement if you were a Michigan resident who received a subscription to a magazine published by Bonnier between July 28, 2010 and June 25, 2019, if your subscription was purchased directly from Bonnier.
- If you are eligible and choose to participate in the Settlement, you can submit a claim form to seek a one-time monetary payment of approximately $43 to $86, based on class counsel’s estimate in view of historical claims rates for settlements of this type. If you are eligible to participate, but choose not to submit a claim form, you will automatically receive a voucher or purchase code for a free, one-year subscription to a Bonnier magazine.
- YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS WILL BE AFFECTED WHETHER OR NOT YOU ACT. PLEASE READ THE NOTICE CAREFULLY.
|Summary of Your Options and Legal Rights in this Settlement|
Submit a Claim Form by
|You can seek a monetary payment of approximately $43 to $86.|
Opt Out by
|You will receive nothing in the Settlement, but you will retain your right to sue Bonnier regarding your claims at issue in this case.|
|You can write to the Court if you do not agree with the Settlement.|
Go to a Hearing on
|You can ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement.|
|You will receive a voucher or purchase code for a free, one-year subscription to a Bonnier magazine of your choosing, but give up your right to sue Bonnier regarding any claims included in the Settlement.|
- Your rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained in the Notice.