- Amazon has agreed to give customers 12 million free audiobooks to resolve an Audible membership credit class action lawsuit
- McKee, et al. v. Audible Inc., Case No. 2:17-cv-01941, and Weber, et al. v. Amazon.com Inc., et al., Case No. 2:17-cv-08868
- Visit www.McKeeSettlement.com to learn more
- Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
- All exclusions must be in by May 23, 2019
Who should file a claim?
In other words who are class members in this settlement?
Payment Card Class: Audible customers who incurred charged from the company to a card other than the card originally designated as the primary payment card for their membership between March 10, 2013, and Aug. 17, 2018.
Regular Member Class: Audible customers who lost unredeemed paid membership credits between March 10, 2013 and Aug. 17, 2018.
Gift-Class Member: Audible customers who bought or redeemed an Audible gift membership between Aug. 11, 2011, and Aug. 17, 2018, that resulted in credits being lost.
www.McKeeSettlement.com Contact Information
- Mail: McKee v. Audible Inc. c/o KCC LLC P.O. Box 404099 Louisville, KY 40233-4099
- Phone: Not found
McKeeSettlement.com Dates to Remember
- Claim Deadline: N/A
- Exclusion Deadline: 5/23/2019
- Settlement Fairness Hearing: 7/8/2019
Class members who file valid claims will be represented by Jamin Soderstrom from the high flying law firm of SODERSTROM LAW PC.
Audible, Inc., has hired Jedediah Wakefield, Todd R. Gregorian, Armen N. Nercessian, and Matthew B. Becker from FENWICK & WEST LLP.
Consumers who have a Capital One credit card and need to enroll should visit www.capitalone.com/autoenroll.