ClaimClam finds you class action settlements and files claims for you, so you can get your portion of the settlement fund.
We find settlements, file claims, manage claims, advocate for more claims, collect disbursements, and pay you what you're owed from naughty corporations.
Professional & responsive.
We handle the boring forms. We're here to make getting your settlement easier. And we're easy to reach (email us at [email protected] any time).
ClaimClam is always monitoring new class actions and will notify you when we think you're entitled to a portion of the settlement fund.
We fight corporations.
Our mission is to maximize the amount recovered from your claims. More funds for you, less for naughty corporations.
It takes less than 15 minutes to check your eligibility and file your claim.
This FTC settlement covers AT&T customers who had an unlimited data plan with the company at some point between October 1, 2011 and June 30, 2015 and who have not already received payment or refunds in the matter.
If you appeared in a photograph or video maintained on Magisto at any time or held a registered Magisto account on which a face was detected while you were an Illinois resident between September 20, 2014 and January 20, 2023, you may be entitled to get a payment from a class action settlement.
If you received artificial or prerecorded voice calls from Discover between August 25, 2017, and February 7, 2023, regarding a credit card account that did not belong to you, you may be entitled to benefits under a class action Settlement.
Every year, hundreds of millions of dollars go unclaimed in class action settlements. For most settlements, less than 5% of people file their claim. This means not only do they not get paid money they're owed, but also that their liability is now erased. In other words, corporations who were sued get off free when you don't file.
Oftentimes, settlement notices end up in newspapers, post cards, or online, but there's no guarantee everyone entitled will know about it. And guess what? Unclaimed money might go back to the sued company!
Class actions are meant to keep non-compliant companies in check, so don't let your share slip away. Claim your part, and let's show big corporations we mean business.