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Hello zoomers, i got an email from equipay stating that I would get a refund of $53 and change due to a class action privacy suit.
did anyone else get that?
here is the suspicious part.
"As Administrator for the matter, we’re sending you this courtesy email to inform you that on May 31, 2023, you will receive a payment notification email that contains a link to claim your payment electronically. Once you receive that email, you will have until September 28, 2023, to claim your payment."
a link for a payment????
anyone else get this?? please advise.
Solved! Go to Solution.
@kebrayd Any inquiries related to the Class Action Lawsuit can be addressed by the FAQ at www.ZoomMeetingsClassAction.com
Specifically, please check the digital and check payment sections of the Frequently Asked Questions.
I hope this helps!
I received my $50 payment via Venmo today. Checked several sources first (also thinking scam). Only info I needed for Venmo payment was phone number associated with the account. Completed form on 5/31, received notice yesterday (6/1) that it was processing and today (6/2) received money in Venmo account.
Yes! I was skeptical but I remember hearing something about it so I figured it was legit. I did put in my account & routing numbers & I received the $32.32 they said I’d get today. Equipay is legit, I looked it up online as well.
I received it as well most recently and then again today. Same language you share. I just looked up the case and there is in fact one that has been settled, but I cannot connect the two. Have you heard any further?
I was suspicious at first too but I used my Venmo account and gave my phone number to verify. It said the money would be in my account in 2-3 days. We’ll see. I think it’s legit. The link below that the moderator provided is helpful.
Hello I participated in a class action lawsuit and equipay was the company used to process my payment and I received it within a few days and haven’t had any problems with my bank account afterwards if you didn’t file the claim but was affected by the actions in the claim sometimes they automatically include the people affected but I can say the link was real
Actually, I got a check in the mail, because I never got an email that offered me an option for Venmo or PayPal. So the check came in the mail and I deposited it. Check turned around and got rejected by the bank, not bounced, rejected. Because of that I got charged $10. Settlement after weeks of emails from a donotreply sender told me I had to send them the check so they could re-distribute the check to me. It has been three months I still have not gotten the check, charged $10, paid for certified mail to prove that I sent the check, Paid for certified mail to communicate with them, and I am now out $70! So it isn’t just a matter of this being real or not- the settlement company has a very sketchy practice to completely ignore the requests.