August 18, 2022

AT&T v Vianu Class Action Settlement 2022: Is It A Scam? More Details Here!

Have you received an AT&T v Vianu Class Action Settlement text about a Class action settlement against AT&T? Do you want to find out if this TEXT is a scam or legit one? Do you want to get the full details about this class action settlement? Continue reading for more details.

What is AT&T v Vianu Class Action Settlement

California AT&T customers claimed in a class action lawsuit that AT&T has charged its post-paid wireless service customers a monthly Administrative Fee that was unfair and not adequately disclosed.  AT&T has denied and continues to deny that it did anything wrong or that the lawsuit has any merit.  The customers and AT&T have reached a proposed settlement to resolve the lawsuit on a class action basis, as described below. 

What is the Lawsuit All about

The lawsuit concerns AT&T customers in California who purchased post-paid wireless service data plans from AT&T and were charged an Administrative Fee. Plaintiffs alleged, generally, that AT&T’s representations and advertisements regarding the price of its post-paid wireless service plans were misleading because the prices did not include the Administrative Fee, and that AT&T implemented, charged, and increased the Administrative Fee in a deceptive and unfair manner. Plaintiffs Ian Vianu, Elizabeth Blum, and Dominic Gutierrez filed a class action lawsuit against AT&T about these issues. The original and amended Complaints in this case and AT&T’s Answers are available on this website. AT&T has denied and continues to deny that it did anything wrong or that the lawsuit has any merit. AT&T states that it will continue to charge the Administrative Fee and contends that it has the right to increase the Administrative Fee..

How to know if you are in the settlement class

You are included in this Settlement as a Settlement Class Member If you are a customer residing in California (based on the accountholder’s last known billing address) with a post-paid wireless service plan from AT&T Mobility LLC through a Consumer or Individual Responsibility User (IRU) account and who were charged an Administrative Fee on such account between June 20, 2015 and June 16, 2022.

If you received a notice of this settlement by mail, email, or text message, you are in the Settlement Class according to AT&T’s records. Excluded from the Settlement Class are any Judge presiding over this Action and any members of their families; AT&T and affiliated entities and individuals and their respective officers and directors; and any otherwise covered consumers, other than Plaintiffs, who assert claims and seek relief in connection with the Administrative Fee and who have provided AT&T with an unresolved written Notice of Dispute (pursuant to AT&T’s contractual dispute resolution procedures) before the Execution Date.

What To Do To Receive A Payment From This Settlement

You need to file a claim by October 29, 2022 to receive a settlement payment.

You need to file a claim by October 29, 2022, to get a payment from this settlement. Click here to file a claim.

If you prefer, you can also print a paper claim form, available here, fill it out, and mail it to the address listed on the form. Or, if you received notice of this settlement by mail you can fill out the claim form that is attached to that notice and mail it to the address listed on the form.

The deadline to file a claim online or by mail is October 29, 2022. The Settlement Administrator will review all claims and determine eligibility.

How much would This Setlement Pay?

If you file a valid claim by the deadline and are eligible for a payment, it is currently estimated that your settlement payment will be approximately $20.00, but the final amount may be higher or lower. You must submit a claim by the deadline to receive a payment. Settlement payments will be issued to valid claimants after the settlement is approved and becomes final, by account credit (for current AT&T customers) or mailed check (for former AT&T customers).

Conclusion

To exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, you must mail or email a request for exclusion to [email protected] or AT&T Vianu Class Action Settlement, 1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210, Philadelphia, PA 19103.  If you do so, you will receive no compensation under this Settlement, but you will preserve your rights to sue the Defendants over the claims being resolved by this Settlement.

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