Robinhood Class Action Settlement

Robinhood® Class Action Settlement

Updated: October 29, 2022

Settlement Status: Open to Claims

Claim Form Deadline: January 17, 2023

Estimated Payout: $260

Proof required: Varies

Method of payment: Venmo / PayPal / Zelle / MasterCard / Direct Deposit



What's This Settlement About?

A $20 Million Class Action Lawsuit has been settled with Robinhood, a popular stock trading investment platform that can be used as a smartphone app, or via browser. The Robinhood class action lawsuit alleged that Robinhood did not take proper data security precautions, which led to account takeovers, or user accounts being hacked. According to the lawsuit, "almost universal security measures". By lacking security protocols to protect their users, the Robinhood app exposed users to data breaches of their personally identifiable information from multiple data breaches, according to court documents.

How Do I Qualify?

You may qualify for a cash reward in the Robinhood class action settlement if your account was one of the 40,000 Robinhood accounts that was breached by unauthorized and unauthenticated users. If this occurred between January 1, 2022 and April 27, 2022, you may eligible to file a claim form on the Robinhood class action settlement claims administration website (see below).

If you are a United States resident, and you were notified by Robinhood about unauthorized access, or if you noticed a breach of your Robinhood app account and notified the platform that you were hacked, you may be considered as eligible to qualify for settlement payment. However, one specific data breach incident that occurred on November 3, 2021 is not covered by the account takeover Robinhood app lawsuit

How Much Compensation Should I Expect?

Robinhood customers in the United States can file claims for up to $260. The claims are for the following items:

• Up to $60 ($20 per hour for up to 3 hours) per person for time spent resolving issues from Robinhood's security defects;
• Up to $100 per person as reimbursement for the purchase of identity theft protection, or other services like credit monitoring;
• Up to $100 for losses from out-of-pocket expenses as a result of breaches in the Robinhood app.

What if I Don't Qualify?

Other similar class actions have been filed and approved recently, such as the Equifax data breach class action. If you don't qualify for the Robinhood app Class Action Settlement, you can find other class actions rebates you do qualify for and get notified of new ones as they are announced here:

How Do I File a Claim?

You must submit a claim to qualify for a potential payout. You can do so by visiting the claims administration website below and filing a claim:

Claim Form Website: www.RobinHoodAccountTakeoverSettlement.com


Submit Claim Here



The court has scheduled a final approval hearing for May 16, 2023 10:00 am Pacific time.

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