How to submit a Facebook privacy claim and possibly get some money back

Today, we will be discussing how to submit a Facebook privacy claim and potentially receive some monetary compensation. With the recent settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, many individuals are eligible for payment.

To begin, simply visit the designated website and fill out the required form. The process is straightforward and should only take 30 seconds to complete. You do not need an active Facebook account to fill out the form. However, you must have had a Facebook account between May 24, 2007, and December 22, 2022. Additionally, you must be a resident of the United States.

Unfortunately, if you reside in Canada, Australia, or any other country aside from the US, you are ineligible for a claim. As for the length of residency required in the United States, further research may be required.

Once you have completed the form, you can select your preferred payout method from Venmo, a card, or PayPal. It’s important to note that the deadline for submission is August 25th.

After claim submissions close, eligible individuals will receive payment by September 7th. The amount of compensation is unknown, but it could be anywhere from a small gift card to a more substantial sum of money. This opportunity is available to anyone who meets the requirements, even if they do not currently use Facebook.

In summary, if you are a US resident who had a Facebook account from May 24, 2007, to December 22, 2022, you may be eligible for payment. Don't miss out on the opportunity; fill out the form today!

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