Is Grace Class Action Echeck a Scam? Apple FaceTime Lawsuit

The Grace Class Action Echeck is not a scam. If you own or owned a non-jailbroken Apple iPhone 4 or Apple iPhone 4S device that, on April 16, 2014, had an iOS 6 or earlier operating system, and if you were in California on that date, you could get a payment from a class action settlement. A settlement has been reached with Apple Inc. in a class-action lawsuit alleging that Apple Inc. (“Apple” or the “Defendant”) interfered with “FaceTime” for iOS 6 and earlier operating systems on April 16, 2014. The lawsuit alleged that this caused Apple’s FaceTime feature to no longer work on Apple iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S devices unless users updated the operating system on their devices to the then-current iOS 7 release. Apple denies all allegations of wrongdoing.

Is Grace Class Action Echeck a Scam? Apple FaceTime Lawsuit

If you received an email or mail notification from the Settlement Administrator about this lawsuit, that means that Apple has determined from its records that you may be a Class Member. If you do nothing, you will remain in the Class and automatically receive a digital or physical check for your payment under the proposed Settlement. If you participate in the Settlement, you will give up the right to sue Apple in a separate lawsuit regarding the subject matter of the claims in this lawsuit. No further action is required.

If you did not receive an email or mail notification from the Settlement Administrator about this lawsuit and you believe you are a Class Member, you must have submitted an Application for Inclusion in the Class. If you submitted an Application for Inclusion in the Class, you gave up the right to sue Apple in a separate lawsuit regarding the subject matter of the claims this Settlement resolves. All applications are subject to verification and validation.

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Is Grace Class Action Echeck a Scam? Apple FaceTime Lawsuit