If you had a Facebook account in Illinois that was active between May 24, 2007, and December 22, 2022, you're going to miss out on some settlement money if you don't act now.

How Much Will You Get From the $725 Million Facebook Settlement?

The actual amount of money an average Facebook user will get in the lawsuit settlement is different depending on which source you check.

After the lawyers get their cut, administrative fees, and each of the 8 plaintiffs who represented Facebook users get their $15K, many users will receive "less than $100," according to an article in The Hill.

Money.com said, "Hypothetically if every eligible Facebook user submits a claim, each person would likely get less than $5."

The Deadline to Submit Your Claim is Only Days Away

According to the Facebook User Privacy Settlement website, if you were a Facebook user during the time period named in the lawsuit and don't submit a claim, you will "not get a payment from this Settlement and you will give up the right to sue, continue to sue, or be part of another lawsuit."

You must submit your claim before the end of this Friday, August 25, 2023, to receive any payment from the settlement.

How Do I Make a Claim for The Facebook Privacy Settlement?

To make your claim online, it must be submitted before 11:59 pm (pacific time) on Friday, August 25, 2023, and can be done by CLICKING HERE.

You can also print out a claim form and mail it in by clicking HERE.

The deadline to completely opt out of the Facebook settlement has already passed, but you won't receive any settlement payout unless you submit your claim before the end of this Friday.

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