Chegg is a platform where students can rent textbooks for the semester. In order to use Chegg’s services, you have to register with Chegg and create an account. Which, of course, means that you must create a user name and password, and enter personal information about yourself. Z Law has recently discovered that Chegg was the victim of a data breach and may have lost all your personal information that you provided when you signed up. Because of this, Z Law is filing a class action lawsuit against Chegg seeking to obtain monetary relief for people who were affected by the data breach.
If you had a Chegg account prior to September 18, 2018, you may have a claim against Chegg for monetary compensation. You can sign up with us and join the case in less than two minutes by clicking the button below.