Refunds in the mail for LifeLock customers |

Refunds in the mail for LifeLock customers

More than $320,000 is being distributed to 29,449 Pennsylvania residents from a 35-state settlement with an Arizona company accused of making misleading statements to promote anti-identity theft protection services.

Attorney General Tom Corbett said Pennsylvania customers will each receive $10.87 in restitution, along with a notice from his office and the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC reached a $12 million settlement with the Tempe, Ariz.-based company in March.

LifeLock CEO Todd Davis had advertised the effectiveness of his company’s services by posting his own Social Security number in television ads.

The investigation found LifeLock exaggerated the risk of ID theft and made confusing statements about a “million-dollar guarantee,” which actually did not compensate victims.

Consumers with questions may call the FTC at 888-288-0783 or visit .

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