Welcome to the official website for the Kulesa v. PC Cleaner, Inc. settlement.
If you purchased certain Software Products described below prior to February 10, 2014, you may be part of a class action settlement.
This settlement resolves a class action lawsuit alleging that certain software products of PC Cleaner, Inc. (“PC Cleaner” or “PCI”) did not perform certain functions as advertised.
The settlement Class includes all individuals and entities residing in the United States and its territories that, on or before February 10, 2014, purchased any and all versions of the following software: PC Cleaner Pro 2011, PC Cleaner Pro 2012 and PC Cleaner Pro 2013.
The settlement will provide for payments to all class members who properly submit Claim Forms by June 8, 2014. Each Settlement Class Member who submits a valid Claim Form will receive a payment of ten dollars ($10.00) if they have purchased at least one of the software products listed above and have not already received a full refund. Each Settlement Class Member shall also be entitled to receive three (3) months of free access to PCI’s proprietary antivirus software known as PC Antivirus Pro 2013, regardless of whether they submit a Claim Form or have already received a full refund of the money paid to purchase a Software Product.
The Court has given its preliminary approval to the settlement and has ordered that a Notice be sent to all Class Members. To read the Settlement Agreement, Notice, or other relevant documents filed in this case, or to get answers to frequently asked questions, click on the appropriate link at the top of this page.
Your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act.
|YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT|
|SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM POSTMARKED OR COMPLETED ONLINE BY JUNE 8, 2014||The only way to receive a cash Settlement Benefit.|
|EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE CLASS BY MAY 9, 2014||Receive no Settlement Benefit. This is the only option that allows you to pursue claims alleged in the Action against the Defendant by filing your own lawsuit at your own expense.|
|COMMENT BY MAY 9, 2014||Write to the Court about why you do, or do not, like the settlement. You must remain in the Settlement Class to comment in support of or in opposition to the settlement.|
|ATTEND A HEARING ON MAY 29, 2014||Ask to speak to the Court about the fairness of the settlement. (The date and time of the final Fairness Hearing is subject to change by Court Order. See FAQ 10.)|
|DO NOTHING||Receive only non-cash Settlement Benefits (free software and prospective relief) and give up your right to sue.|
These rights and options, and the deadlines to exercise them, are explained in more detail in the Notice.
The Court overseeing this case still has to decide whether to approve the settlement. Payments and other Settlement Benefits will be provided if the Court approves the settlement and after any appeals are resolved.