Are you an AT&T cellular customer that AT&T signed up for an unauthorized account, service, or product—such as a DirecTV Now streaming account—without your knowledge or consent? Please contact us at email@example.com or 800-776-6044 to learn about your legal rights.
Keller Rohrback investigates AT&T for opening unauthorized accounts, services, and products
AT&T sales representatives allegedly offered its cellular customers free DirecTV Now accounts, or “trials,” promising to cancel the account before it automatically renewed and started charging a monthly fee. Keller Rohrback has heard from AT&T customers in multiple states that even if the customers said they did not want to try DirecTV Now, AT&T signed them up anyway. This created unauthorized accounts for which AT&T eventually billed the customers.
“If AT&T registered and billed its customers for services they didn’t want, it cheated its customers and should be held accountable in court,” said Benjamin Gould, a Keller Rohrback partner.
Recently, AT&T shareholders filed a securities fraud class action against AT&T, alleging that AT&T employees at all levels were engaged in the practice of fraudulently signing customers up for DirecTV Now accounts—all for the purpose of inflating AT&T’s subscription numbers and profits. Forbes reported on the case here.
If you believe that AT&T opened an unauthorized account, service, or product in your name without your consent, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-776-6044 to learn about your potential legal claims.
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