We-Vibe Data Collection Class Action Settlement
Many people will be members of both classes because they both bought a We-Vibe® and downloaded the App. Other people will just be a member of one class because they bought a We-Vibe® but never downloaded the App, or they only downloaded the App and used it with their partner who purchased the We-Vibe®.
The second group is called the App Class and includes anyone in the United States who downloaded the We-Connect™ application and used it to control any of the We-Vibe® products listed above before September 26, 2016.
The first group is called the Purchaser Class and is for anyone in the United States who bought any of the following Bluetooth-enabled We-Vibe® vibrators before September 26, 2016: the We-Vibe® Classic, We-Vibe® 4 Plus, We-Vibe® 4 Plus App Only, Rave by We-Vibe™ and Nova by We-Vibe™ products.
$199 to $10,000
The amount you receive will depend as to wether you belong to one class or the other or both classes
Proof of Purchase
N.P., et al. v. Standard Innovation Corp.,Case No. 1:16-cv-08655U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division
A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Standard Innovation® Corp., a Canadian company. The suit claims Standard Innovation violated state and federal laws by failing to disclose that its Bluetooth enabled vibrators collected and recorded certain personal information from consumers. Standard Innovation denies any wrongdoing and maintains that its data collection practices comply with the law.
c/o Heffler Claims Group
P.O. Box 59143
Philadelphia, PA 19102-9143