If You Paid Active Advantage Membership Fees, A Settlement Has Been Reached that May Affect Your Rights
This Settlement Is Separate from the DA Settlement. You Cannot Get a Duplicate Refund, But You May Be Entitled to Additional Money Through This Settlement
What is the lawsuit about? The lawsuit contends that Active's enrollment process for its Active Advantage program is misleading. Active denies that its enrollment process is misleading. The parties have agreed to settle the lawsuit. The Court has not ruled on plaintiff’s claims or Active’s defenses.
Am I Included in the Class? The class includes all California consumers who from January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2013, enrolled in Active Advantage by means of a sign-up process offered, advertised, or initiated on any interstitial webpage appearing after the completion of the Registration Process.
Excluded from the class are those who already obtained a refund for all moneys paid for Active Advantage (unless the full refund was obtained through the District Attorneys’ settlement) and those who used the Active Advantage membership benefits.
If you received notice of this settlement by an email or postcard, according to Active’s records you are a class member.
What does the settlement provide? Active will create a settlement fund of $1,250,000. The settlement fund will be used to fully reimburse Class Members for Active Advantage membership fees. If funds remain after paying all claimants, claimants could receive enhanced settlement awards. Active will also donate Active Advantage memberships having a retail value of $1,750,000.
For more information about the Settlement and your options, please read the Notice here.
Claim Deadline: January 9, 2017
Objection Deadline: January 13, 2017
Opt-Out Deadline: January 13, 2017
Final Approval Hearing: January 27, 2017 at 1:30 p.m.