What is this lawsuit about?
A proposed settlement was reached in a class action lawsuit against Yahoo! Inc., d/b/a Rivals.com. The Plaintiff in this action asserts claims for alleged violations of California’s Unfair Competition Law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17200 et seq., the “UCL”) on behalf of a purported class of California consumers based on alleged violations of California’s Automatic Renewal Law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17600 et seq.).
If you are eligible, the Proposed Settlement may provide you with credit that can be used for a Rivals.com subscription, effective within 45 days of final approval of the Proposed Settlement. If you wished to instead receive a cash payment, you must have done so by submitting the Claim Form. If you wished to receive credit but have the subscription commence on a different date, you must also have done so by submitting the Claim Form.
Who is included?
You are a Class Member if you are a California customer who was charged on a recurring basis by Rivals.com for a subscription entered into between March 31, 2013 and the present.
You are not part of the class if you: (1) never purchased a monthly or annual subscription to Rivals.com; (2) you purchased a monthly or annual subscription to Rivals.com but were not automatically charged on a recurring basis between March 31, 2013 and the present; (3) you were not a resident of California at the time you where charged on a recurring basis for your annual or monthly subscription to Rivals.com; (4) you are an employee, director, officer or agent of Yahoo or its subsidiaries or affiliated companies; or (5) are a Judge of the Court in which the Action is pending (or could be appealed to), or part of their immediate family and staff.