Settlement: Claim $15 if Your Child Used This App (No Receipts)
If you have kids under the age of 13 who have used this app, then file a claim to get paid! Because this settlement will send you $10 to $15 directly to your Paypal account.
No receipts or proof of any purchase is required. But, hurry, deadline to file is next week!
What’s this lawsuit about?
The lawsuit alleges that Defendants violated federal and state laws. The problem is that they supposedly tracked, collected and disclosed personally identifiable information and/or viewing data of children under the age of 13, without parental consent, while these kids were using their App.
Of course, the defendants deny these allegations. However, they have chosen to settle out of court to avoid the expense of further litigation.
What is TikTok and Musical.ly
TikTok is a Chinese video-sharing social networking service owned by ByteDance, a Beijing-based company founded in 2012 by Zhang Yiming. It is used to create short dance, lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos. The app was launched in 2017 for iOS and Android in markets outside of China.
Before it was called TikTok, the app was called Musical.ly. It was a social media service on which platform users created and shared short lip-sync videos. The first prototype was released in April 2014, and the official version was launched in August of that year. – Wikipedia
Who is involved
This settlement involves anyone residing in the United States who registered for or used the Musical.ly and/or TikTok app, before May 6, 2020, and were under the age of 13. In other words, those children and their parents can file for this claim.
If you are eligible and wish to receive a payment, you must file a claim before April 16, 2020. Payments will be sent via PayPal.
How much will it pay?
It’s estimated that Class Members who file a claim will receive between $10-$15. However, the actual amount will depend on the number of claims filed.
File your claim
Of course, do not file a claim if you’re not eligible. Filing this claim is under penalty of perjury.