Have you spent money in the Google Play Store?
If so, you may be entitled to compensation.

What is this website for?

If you have spent money in the Google Play Store you may automatically be included in Liz Coll’s proposed collective claim against Google. This website has been created to offer details.

The claim

We claim Google has breached competition law by excluding competition and/or charging an unfair and excessive level of commission - usually as much as 30% - on purchases of paid apps and in-app purchases of digital content, services and subscriptions in the Google Play Store.


What does this mean for you?

If you have purchased an app or in-app digital content, services or subscriptions in the Google Play Store on your Android smartphone or tablet since 1 October 2015 you may be eligible for compensation.

You can get involved by staying up to date with the claim:

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About Us

Liz Coll

Liz Coll

Liz is a consumer tech policy expert with over twelve years’ experience of campaigning for consumers rights online. At Citizens Advice and Consumer Focus she led work on critical issues for consumers in the digital world like data privacy, smart home devices and online reviews. She went on to establish a global digital programme at Consumers International, where she led advocacy and research into e-commerce, consumer internet of things, AI, data privacy and the impact of platforms on consumers’ access to choice, redress and fair treatment. She has represented consumer interests at national and global policy forums including the OECD and the G20. As an independent consultant, she works with international policy makers, consumer groups and standards setters, sits on EU technology standards committees and is a strategic advisor to the UK’s Consumer and Public Interest Network.

Passionate about creating a safe and fair digital world where consumers come first, Liz is applying to the Competition Appeal Tribunal to bring a claim on behalf of consumers who may have been overcharged in the Google Play Store.

Represented Claimants

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Liz Coll proposes to represent all persons who purchased for themselves or on someone else’s behalf an app or digital content, services, or subscriptions within an app in the UK version of the Google Play Store since 1 October 2015 from an Android smartphone or tablet on which the Google Play Store was pre-installed.

To understand if you could be included in the claim, answer these questions:

  • Have you spent anything in the Google Play Store since 1 October 2015?
  • Were you using an Android smartphone or tablet on which the Google Play Store was pre-installed?
  • Were you using the UK Version of the Google Play Store?
  • Were you living in the UK at the time or do you live in the UK now?

If your answer to each question is YES then you may be included in Liz Coll’s claim and you should click the 'Stay Up To Date' button to make sure you are notified of all developments.

Hausfeld Liz Coll has instructed the law firm Hausfeld & Co LLP to represent her in the claim. Hausfeld is a leading international law firm specialising in competition law, with significant expertise in all aspects of collective redress and group claims.

Vannin-Capital Vannin Capital, a commercial litigation funder, has agreed to finance Liz Coll's claim.

Latest News

Daily Express

30 July 2021

Google may owe millions of Android users money... are YOU one of them?

MILLIONS of Android owners could enjoy a big payout from Google provided a new lawsuit, which argues that the firm's Play Store is charging excessive amounts for its services, proves successful.

The Economic Times

30 July 2021

Google sued in UK for overcharging millions of users

Alphabet Inc.'s Google faces a London suit over claims it overcharged nearly 20 million U.K. customers for app store purchases, just a month after it was sued in a similar US case.


29 July 2021

Google app charges targeted by mass legal claim

A legal action seeking damages of up to £920m from Google on behalf of 19.5 million UK Android phone users has been launched.