Have you heard of the Noom Autorenewal And Cancellation Policy ? Do you want to know more about the Noom Autorenewal And Cancellation Policy class Action? Continue reading for more details
What is The Noom Autorenewal And Cancellation Policy and Noom And The $56M Class Action Settlement About
Noom is a program that allows customers to try its weight loss coaching program “risk free” for two weeks. After that period, Noom automatically enrolls customers in a program and begins charging membership fees. The problem, now is that Noom failed to disclose material terms of the offer or get the consent of its users before opting for the renewal
According to the company’s website, Noom helps people lose weight through “a combination of psychology, technology, and human coaching.”
What is the Noom Autorenewal And Cancellation Policy Class Action Settlement
The settlement Class (which includes two Subclasses) is made up of anyone who has purchased an autorenewing Noom Healthy Weight subscription through the company’s website or mobile app between May 12, 2016, and Oct. 6, 2020, while in the United States and did not receive a full refund or chargeback on their subscription payments.
How to know if you are in the settlement class
You are in the settlement class if you purchased an autorenewing Noom Healthy Weight subscription through the company’s website or mobile app between May 12, 2016, and Oct. 6, 2020, while in the United States and did not receive a full refund or chargeback on their subscription payments. Others who purchased their Noom subscriptions through the Apple iTunes or Google Play stores are however not part of the Class.
The Class has been divided into two Subclasses.
The provisions of the Settlement
Under the terms of the settlement, Noom will pay $56 million and provide another $6 million in subscription fee credits.
Payments are expected to be approximately $167 for Subclass A Members and $30 for those in Subclass B, excluding any subscription fee credits.
In respect to the monetary relief, Noom also has agreed to alter certain business practices for two years.
A final fairness hearing in the Noom settlement is scheduled for July 11, 2022.
The deadline for Class Members to exclude themselves from or object is June 24, 2022
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