Yes, the Yahoo! Data Breach Settlement claim is real and the claim form at yahoodatabreachsettlement.com is legit.
The law firm of Morgan & Morgan filed a class-action lawsuit against Yahoo! Inc., and Aabaco Small Business, LLC for data breaches that occurred from 2013 through 2016 and data security intrusions that occurred in early 2012.
If you had a Yahoo account at any time between January 1, 2012, and December 31, 2016, and are a resident of the United States or Israel, you can file a claim for up to $368 in damages or sign up for free credit monitoring.
That means that if just 1 million of the affected account holders file a claim, the settlement fund would quickly drop to just $117.50.
If more than 1 million account holders file claims, the amount could dwindle even further, similar to what occurred in the Equifax settlement.
The 2013 data breach affected approximately three billion accounts worldwide.
In order to file your Yahoo! data breach settlement claim for cash reimbursement, you must show that you are already paying for a credit monitoring service and/or reimbursement of some costs for those who paid for Yahoo premium or Small Business Services.