Is Bumble Boost Settlement a Scam?

Is Bumble Boost Settlement a Scam?

The Bumble Boost Settlement is not a scam. If you purchased Bumble Boost any time between November 13, 2014 and July 15, 2020, you could get a payment from a class action settlement.

What is the case about?

The case alleges that Bumble’s Terms & Conditions fail to notify subscribers of their legal right to cancel their Boost subscription and obtain a refund within three business days of purchase in violation of certain consumer protection laws that may apply to all of Bumble’s Boost users nationwide. The case also alleges that for certain users in California, Bumble’s auto-renewal practices violate California law. Bumble vigorously denies these allegations and does not admit fault.

Additional information about the case and important documents may be found on the FAQs and Important Documents pages of this website.

Who is included?

You are included in the Settlement if you fit one or both of the following descriptions:

  • The Nationwide Class includes all persons in the United States who purchased Bumble Boost at any time between November 13, 2014 and July 15, 2020. (This is called the DSL Settlement Class in the Settlement Agreement.)
  • The California Class includes all persons who purchased Bumble Boost, within California, any time between November 13, 2014 and July 15, 2020, and had their credit card, debit card, and/or a third-party payment account charged as part of Bumble’s automatic renewal program or a continuous service program. (This is called the ARL Settlement Class in the Settlement Agreement.)

If you are in the Nationwide Class as well as the California Class, you will receive payments from both classes if you timely make a valid claim.

If you are not sure you are included, you can get more information on the FAQs page of this website.

What does the Settlement provide?

The Settlement establishes a $22.5 million fund, which will be used to pay Settlement Class Members after deductions for amounts that the Court may approve for notice and administration of the Settlement, attorneys’ fees and expenses, and service awards for the Class Representatives.



Deadline: November 23, 2020

The only way to get a payment is to submit a valid claim form. You will be bound by the terms of the Settlement and will give up your rights to sue Bumble about the issues in this case. You may submit a claim form online, or you may submit a paper claim form.


Deadline: November 13, 2020

If you opt out, you will receive no payment, but you will retain any rights you currently have to sue Bumble about the issues in this case.


Date: December 16, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. (PT) via Zoom

Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement.


If you don't submit a claim form, you will not get a payment and will give up your rights to sue Bumble about the issues in this case.


Visit this website often to get the most up-to-date information.

Call 1-888-383-0346



Bumble Boost Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
PO Box 91166
Seattle, WA 98111

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