Bloomberg Law
July 13, 2022, 9:54 PM

Noom’s $56 Million Deal in Unwanted Subscriptions Suit Finalized

Holly Barker
Holly Barker
Legal Reporter

Noom, the subscription-based diet and execise app, resolved a class lawsuit alleging that its enrollment, auto-renewal and cancellation practices violated consumer protection laws, after a federal court in Manhattan granted final approval of a $56 million settlement to resolve the claims.

In addition to the cash payment, Noom also agreed to modify its business practices. New safeguards will prevent class members “future unintended purchases” and to ensure that “any autorenewing subscription is entered into following an informed affirmative consent and that subscriptions are easily canceled,” Magistrate Judge Katherine H. Parker said Tuesday for the U.S. District for the Southern District ...