ATT Class Action Settlement

ATT Class Action Settlement

Published: September 7, 2022

Claim Form Deadline: October 29, 2022

Estimated Payout: $20

Proof required: No

Method of payment: Mailed Check

What's This Settlement About?

A $14 Million class action settlement against AT&T has been settled as a result of a lawsuit. The lawsuit claimed that certain AT&T customers, specifically post-paid wireless customers were paying a monthly "admin" fee. The lawyers, or plaintiffs in the filed class action lawsuit alleged tht this administrative fee is deceptive, and that customers were not informed of it properly.

AT&T has not admitted to any wrongdoing. However, they reached a settlement to avoid court proceedings, which could involve significant fees, costs, time, and a potential loss that results in a larger judgement.

How Do I Qualify?

You may be included in the ATT Class Action Settlement if you were a California post-paid AT&T wireless customer between June 20 2015 and June 16 2022. This means you will have to have had a post-paid account with AT&T Mobility LLC.

What Can I Get?

If the AT&T Class Action is approved, the settled fund will be distributed to all qualified class members that file a claim form (see below). The settlement fund will consist of $14,000,000 minus attorney fees, expenses, court costs, and administrative fees. The estimated payout is stated to be approximately $20.00, but may be higher or lower according to the class action administrators for this settlement.

What if I Don't Qualify?

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How Do I File a Claim?

In order to receive the estimated $20 payout, you must file a claim. You can do so online (see below for link) or you can file a paper claim form and mail it. Alternatively, you can fill out the claim form that was included with any notice you received directly for this class action. To find out how to mail a paper form or to validate your notice and make sure it is legitimate, visit the class action administrator's website here.

Remember, submitting false information will render your Claim Form invalid. You are submitting any information and testament to the information's validity under penalty of perjury.

Claim Form Website:

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