All individuals residing in the United States whose personal information was compromised in a security incident that is the subject of the data security incident notice that Snap-on Incorporated sent on or after April 7, 2022 are Settlement Class Members (referred to here as the “Security Incident”).
As a Settlement Class Member, you are eligible for cash payments as reimbursement for time and documented costs of responding to the Security Incident, or for documented losses you may have suffered if you were a victim of identity theft or fraud as a result of the Security Incident. Independent of the cash payments, you have also been provided with a year of free Credit Monitoring services in addition to the 24 months of Credit Monitoring services provided in the Security Incident notice that Snap-on sent on or after April 7, 2022, as described below. You must fill out this Claim Form to receive cash payments and activate the code for the additional year of free Credit Monitoring services.
You may receive:
Up to $750 if you have not suffered fraud, identity theft, or misuse of your data. This money will be provided as reimbursement for the following items:
- Out of Pocket Expenses. You are eligible to receive reimbursement for money you paid to protect yourself after the Security Incident, such as money spent on a credit monitoring service, if such costs have not been previously reimbursed by an institution, such as through the IDX insurance previously offered to Settlement Class Members by Snap-on, other insurance coverage, or a financial institution. To receive reimbursement for these expenses, you must attach some documentation of these expenses, such as a receipt or a screenshot of a confirmation page. The date the expense was incurred and the total amount of the expense must be visible in the documentation you provide.
- Lost Time. By filling out this Claim Form, you can attest to the amount of time you spent preventing or mitigating fraud or identity theft following the Security Incident. For example, this can include time spent on the phone with banks, researching the Security Incident to determine if you were affected, or freezing your credit. You will be reimbursed for your Lost Time at your normal hourly wage, but in no case less than $15/hour and no more than $25/hour. As evidence of your Lost Time, you can complete and sign the Claim Form under penalty of perjury, identifying your normal hourly wage and the amount of time you spent and what you did to prevent fraud or identity theft following the Security Incident.
Up to $2,500 if you have suffered fraud, identity theft, or misuse, as reimbursement for the Documented Losses incurred if such losses have not been previously reimbursed by an institution, such as through the IDX insurance previously offered to Settlement Class Members by Snap-on, other insurance coverage, or a financial institution. This cash payment will be provided in addition to the up to $750 reimbursement for Lost Time and Out-of-Pocket expenses described above, if also claimed. Documented Losses incurred from fraud include, for example, if money was stolen from your checking account, if you incurred late fees on your bank account or rent because of fraud, if your tax return was stolen, or if your credit score was declined because of fraudulent loans in your name and you faced higher borrowing costs. To receive money for these Documented Losses, you must include documentation of the fraud and damages you incurred.
Free Credit Monitoring. The Credit Monitoring and Insurance Services include the following services, among others: (i) up to $1,000,000 of identity theft insurance coverage; (ii) three-bureau credit monitoring, providing, among other things, notice of changes to your credit profile; and (iii) practical help, such as managed fraud assistance and assistance in implementing further protections, including freezing and unfreezing credit. Snap-on has already given you an activation code for twenty-four (24) months of free credit monitoring services in the Security Incident notice that Snap-on sent you on or after April 7, 2022. To receive the additional year of credit monitoring benefit, you do not need to file a Claim Form. If you previously activated credit monitoring services when Snap-on offered them to you, your services will automatically be extended for an extra year, unless you decline the extension by visiting the Settlement Website. If you did not previously activate the credit monitoring services Snap-on offered to you, you may do so now with the activation code provided in this mailing.
Cash payment amounts may be reduced pro rata (equally among class members) depending on how many Settlement Class Members submit Claim Forms. Complete information about the Settlement and its benefits are available at www.SnapOnSecurityIncident.com.
This Claim Form may be submitted online at www.SnapOnSecurityIncident.com or completed and mailed to the address below. Please type or legibly print all requested information, in blue or black ink. Mail your completed Claim Form, including any supporting documentation, by U.S. mail to:
Snap-on Security Incident Settlement Administrator
1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210
Philadelphia, PA 19103