Anthem Data Breach Class Action Settlement

Credit Monitoring Services

A Class Action Settlement has been preliminarily approved by the Court in litigation against Anthem, Inc. and other Defendants relating to the Data Breach that Anthem announced in February 2015. After the Class Action Settlement becomes final, Experian will provide Credit Monitoring Services to Settlement Class Members who file a claim by January 29, 2018, and Fraud Resolution Services to all Settlement Class Members who request such services. You are a Settlement Class Member if you were sent a notice about the Data Breach, and/or your personal information was taken during the Data Breach. To learn more about the Settlement, go to

No Fraud Resolution Services or Credit Monitoring Services are available at this time. Those services will only be available after the Class Action Settlement becomes final. The earliest this could happen is March 5, 2018. You can check after March 5, 2018, to find out if the Settlement is final.

To learn more about the Credit Monitoring Services that Experian will provide if the Settlement becomes final, click here.

If your personal information was taken in the Anthem Data Breach, and you would like to obtain free Credit Monitoring Services to help protect your personal information, you must file a claim no later than January 29, 2018.  To file a claim for Credit Monitoring Services, go to

If you file a valid claim for Credit Monitoring Services, then the Settlement Administrator will email or mail you instructions on how to activate the Credit Monitoring Services, but only after the Settlement becomes final.

For tips on how to help protect yourself from identity theft and fraud, click here.

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