If you had third party charges placed on your AT&T landline bill in the last eight years, you may be entitled to a class action settlement award…
In Nwabueze et al. v. AT&T. et al., plaintiffs alleged that third-party companies placed unauthorized charges on AT&T’s landline customers’ telephone bills (a practice known as “cramming”), in violation of federal and state law. Third-party Charges are charges that customers like you could authorize to be billed on your AT&T landline telephone bill for products or services provided by third-party companies (i.e., companies not affiliated with AT&T). Examples of the types of products and services are: voicemail, email, fax, web page services (design, hosting or marketing), yellow page services, diet plans, identity protection and others.
Eligible class members will receive the full amount (i.e., 100%) of all Third-Party Charges they paid between January 1, 2005 and January 14, 2013 that they assert were not authorized and were not previously reimbursed.
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?!