Welcome to the Guy, et al. v. Convergent Outsourcing, Inc. Class Action Website.

If you were notified that your personal information may have been compromised as a result of a data security incident with Convergent Outsourcing, Inc., on or around June 17, 2022, you may be entitled to benefits from a settlement.

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Convergent Outsourcing Inc., for a data security incident on or around June 17, 2022, where an unauthorized individual accessed Convergent’s computer systems and deployed tools to encrypt Convergent’s systems and access certain personally identifiable information.

While Convergent was unable to conclusively determine that the unauthorized individual accessed the content of certain files containing names, contact information, financial account numbers, and Social Security numbers (collectively, “Private Information”), Convergent notified individuals that their Private Information may have been the subject of a ransomware attack.


Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit
Submit a Claim Form

You must submit a Claim Form by mail or online to receive Settlement benefits.

Claim Forms must be submitted online by June 19, 2024, or, if mailed, postmarked no later than June 19, 2024.

See FAQ 11 for more information on submitting a Claim Form.

Exclude Yourself from the Settlement

The May 20, 2024 deadline for Exclusion has passed. We are no longer accepting submissions at this time.

Object to the Settlement

The May 20, 2024 deadline for Objection has passed. We are no longer accepting submissions at this time.

Do Nothing

Get no Settlement benefits. You will still be bound by the Settlement if the Court approves it.


These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained further in the Notice and on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page of this website.

The Court still must decide whether to approve the Settlement. No payments will be made until after the Court grants final approval of the Settlement and all appeals, if any, are resolved. Your legal rights are affected whether you act or not.