Is there a class action lawsuit against AT?
Certain California AT customers with unlimited data plans may be eligible to benefit from a $12 million class action settlement over alleged data throttling.
How much will I get from ATT settlement?
After administrative costs and attorneys’ fees, typical victims are expected to get $10 or $11 from the new settlement. Many of these same people previously received $12 each from a $60 million settlement between AT and the Federal Trade Commission, bringing the typical person’s total payout to $22 or $23.
Is the ATT settlement real?
AT has agreed to a $12 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit over its throttling of “unlimited” mobile data plans. As usual, refunds to individual customers amount to a fraction of what the customers paid for the hobbled service.
How do I file a class action lawsuit against AT?
You may submit a Notice of Dispute online at att.com/noticeofdispute. Or you may print a Notice of Dispute (PDF, 181KB) and mail it to us at Manager—Dispute Resolution and Arbitration, AT, 1025 Lenox Park Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30319.
Can you sue AT for false advertising?
The FTC has announced lawsuits against AT for false advertising for years about this matter. AT and the FTC have had previous legal battles, when AT had to pay $105 million for unauthorized charges to their customers.
How do I get a refund from AT?
How you get your refund depends on whether your account is active or canceled. Active accounts: If you have a credit balance on your AT account because of an overpayment, we’ll apply the credit to your next bill unless you contact us and request a refund. Call 800.288. 2020 or visit us at an AT store.
Can I sue AT for false information?
Your AT contract forbids you from suing AT in a real court, but you can still argue your case in small claims court. In most states, you can sue in small claims court for an amount between $2,500 and $10,000, which is enough to cover most claims against AT.
Why did AT send me a check?
If you received a check or checks, it means you had service with the company or its forerunners between certain dates in 2005 and 2010. The checks are a result of that settlement, and ATT officials confirm they are safe to cash in the same way as any other check.
Is AT unlimited data settlement Legitimate?
If you have or had an AT unlimited data plan YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO A CASH PAYMENT by check or bill credit from a class action settlement. A federal court authorized the notice. It is not a solicitation from a lawyer. You are not being sued.
Can I sue AT for overcharging me?
You can sue AT for overcharging you. If you’re paying more than agreed for an AT service, you may be able to file a claim in small claims court. You can sue AT for unreliable service in small claims court.
How do I sue AT for breach of contract?
Who can I complain to about AT?
The AT complaint number is 800-331-0500, or you can simply dial 611 from your AT cellphone. You can also launch a live chat with customer service by going to https://www.att.com/contactus/index/internet.html and clicking the Chat Live button.