Facebook Might Owes You Money: Here's How To Get Your Share

Meta is accused of sharing personal information of users with third parties, without their consent. To get a share of the settlement, you must submit a claim.

Meta has agreed that it will pay $725 million in settlement to Facebook users for a class-action lawsuit regarding user privacy. 

Who Can File Claims?

Any person who was in the United States between May 24, 2007 and December 22, 2022 and had a social network account.

How To File Claim?

Fill out an online form, or download the claim form, and mail it to Facebook Privacy User Profile Litigation, c/o Settlement Administrator, 1650 Arch Street Suite 2210, Philadelphia PA 19103. 

What information do you have to provide? 

You will need to provide your Facebook username, your phone number, email address, and the payment method you prefer. 

Is there a penalty for a false claim?

Yes. By signing and submitting the form, you are swearing under penalty of perjury that the information in your claim is true.

What's the deadline for submitting a claim? 

Online claims are due by 11:59 pm Pacific time, August 25, 2023. If you're mailing your form, it must be postmarked by that date.