If you received a prerecroded phone call from AT&T regarding long distance plan rates, you may be entitled to a $270 class action settlement award.
In Meilleur v. AT&T Corp., plaintiffs alleged that AT&T Corp. failed to comply with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Washington Automatic Dialing and Announcing Devices Act in its program to deliver the pre-recorded message:
“Hi this is AT&T calling with an important message regarding your recent long distance calling. This call is to alert you that someone in your household recently made one or more international calls which will appear on your next AT&T bill at a non-discounted rate. Thank you for using AT&T. Our number is 800-235-9920.”
Eligible class members who fill out a valid claim form can receive (a) a cash sum of $135 if they were NOT a resident of the State of Washington at the time, or (b) a cash sum of $270 if they were a resident of the State of Washington.
Click here to see if you qualify for this settlement and fill out a claim form. It’s your money, what are you waiting for?!