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|AT&T Third Party Content Refund Class Action Lawsuit Settlement|
- Sunday, 15 June 2008 17:44
We're sorry! This settlement is CLOSED!
No more submissions are allowed.
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Award (how much your claim may be worth): $5 or MORE depending on how many ringtones, games, apps, etc., you're claiming a refund for
Case(s): Tracy McFerren v AT&T Mobility LLC Case No. 08-CV-151322
Company: AT&T Mobility LLC
Website Link to access the Class Action Lawsuit Settlement and get YOUR Stake (PREFERRED METHOD): Settlement Administrator Website
Address to submit paper claim (NOT REQUIRED):
Download a form here and submit to
AT&T Mobile Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 509
Minneapolis, MN 55440-0509
Phone Number for Assistance: 1-877-465-4797
Details: Fill out the online claim form and get your MONEY BACK! If you purchased ANY third party applications, games, ring tones or had a subscription (joke of the day/week/month) you are due a a full or partial refund. Please note, if you purchased them directly from AT&T, through the AT&T store you don't qualify for the refund. You only qualify if you purchased them through a vendor outside of AT&T.
Purchased From: January 1, 2004 to May 30, 2008
Claims Accepted Until (YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR CLAIM BY THIS DATE!): Submitted/Postmarked by 3/9/09 (90 days after final approval hearing on 12/8/08)
Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Amount(s): $50,000,000 estimate PLUS $4,300,000 to the attorneys
TCA Staff Tidbit: How about three cheers for AT&T Mobility? Hip Hip HOORAY! I think many people who watched those late night commercials over the past few years have been tempted to text XXXX from their cell phone to get the latest ring tone, game or joke but unless they read the fine print they wouldn't know that they actually subscribed to a service which would bill them anywhere from $5 - $20 per month.
Now AT&T is offering to refund you up to three months of the subscription. What? You tell me YOU didn't fall for one of those shams? OK, did you purchase individual ring tones, applications or games through a third party provider? Then you qualify for this rebate as well for all of the individual charges as well (not just three months.) Keep in mind that the charges must have been incurred through a third party (no refund for you if you purchased them directly from AT&T) and you must be able to state that you didn't know you would be charged. If you meet those criteria, hit the website and REGISTER! If you're currently an AT&T subscriber you'll end up getting the credit on your bill sometime in mid 2009, and if you're not a subscriber they'll send you a check in the mail! That's awesome! Keep in mind, AT&T can and likely will verify the charges that you claim, so don't fib. I for one wouldn't want the great blue Death Star to come after me for fabricating a $3.99 charge.
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