Verizon Third Party Billing Settlement of 9/4/2013. Class Members have until October 21, 2013, to submit a claim to receive either a $40 flat payment or a 100% refund of the unauthorized charges they paid.
Moore et al., v. Verizon et al.Case No. 09-cv-1823 SBA United States District Court for the Northern District of California
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The purpose of the Moore versus Verizon lawsuit was to get refunds for all former and present Verizon customers for unauthorized charges they paid for third party charges. These usages must be dated between April 27, 2005 through February 28, 2012.
In summary, this Verizon third party billing settlement is from Verizon landline usages not Verizon wireless. Verizon Settlement claim date expired on 10/21/13 for either $40 flat fee or 100% refund of third party charges.
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