If you were notified by St. Francis College regarding the November/December 2018 Data Security Incident, you may be entitled to benefits from a class action Settlement.
A Court directed the notice. This is not a solicitation from a lawyer.
YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR UP TO THREE ADDITIONAL YEARS OF CREDIT MONITORING AND YOU MAY ALSO BE ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE CASH PAYMENTS.
A class action settlement has been reached in litigation against St. Francis College relating to a data security incident that occurred in or about November/December 2018 (the “Data Security Incident”). The case is known as Baires-Rodriguez, et al. v. St. Francis College, Index No. E2022006634 in the Supreme Court of the State of New York County of Monroe. St. Francis denies all of the claims. The proposed Settlement will provide benefits to Class Members whose personal information may have been affected by the Data Security Incident.
YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT
By doing nothing, you will be foregoing the ability to now obtain three (3) years of identity theft protection. If you have already signed up for identity theft protection in response to the November/December 2018 notice of the Data Security Incident, you are giving up the ability to extend that coverage for an additional three (3) years.
|Timely Submit Claim Form(s)||To be eligible to receive benefits under the Settlement, you must submit a Claim Form by February 21, 2023.|
|Object to the Settlement||Submit an objection to the Court by January 22, 2023, to let the Court know you disagree with some or all of the terms of the proposed Settlement. You can still submit a Claim Form if you object to the proposed Settlement. If the Court approves the Settlement, you will be bound by the Court’s decision and the Settlement Agreement.|
|Opt-out of the Settlement||Submit an Opt-Out Statement by January 22, 2023, to be excluded from the Settlement. If you opt out of the Settlement, you forfeit any rights to Settlement benefits. You will retain any right you may have to sue St. Francis regarding the Data Security Incident.|