Did FamilyTreeDNA Disclose Your DNA to the FBI? 

Recent reports reveal that FamilyTreeDNA partnered with the FBI to provide the government access to certain customers' genetic information, without their permission, knowledge, or consent. If you took a FamilyTreeDNA DNA test, you may be entitled to help. Fill out the form to contact an attorney for a free case review.

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What is Consumer Class Actions?

Consumer Class Actions unites potential class action plaintiffs who have bonafide claims with class action attorneys. Consumer Class Action's attorneys have experience in bringing consumer protection, privacy, and tech-related class action lawsuits against some of the largest corporations!

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Consumer Class Actions connects consumers with attorneys that have been recognized as a "Plaintiff's Class Action Powerhouse" “known for securing multi-million dollar settlements against tech giants.”

Settlements on behalf of consumers nationwide are collectively valued at over $1 billion, with more than $300 million attributable to privacy class actions alone.

Largest Privacy Settlement in History

Secured the largest privacy settlement in history: a $76 million settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which will result in as much as several thousand dollars in payments to certain class members. 

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Secured settlements in class actions against data aggregators for collection practices, as well as media companies and others for disclosing customers’ personal information without authorization.

Led class actions against the wireless industry—including cases against AT&T Wireless, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and others—that ultimately secured more than $100 million in relief for wireless subscribers after they were fraudulently charged for unauthorized mobile content products and services.

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