Are you a T-Mobile customer? Were you billed unauthorized usage charges? You may be entitled to compensation. Meyerkord & Kurth is seeking a class representative in a possible class action lawsuit against T-Mobile over these "cramming" charges.
According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), T-Mobile profited millions of dollars off these fraudulent charges. The FTC filed the complaint in a Seattle court recently, alleging that T-Mobile participated in "cramming" practices. Cramming is a practice that involves charging for premium text message subscriptions, subscriptions never authorized by the account holder.
Not only that, but the FTC claims T-Mobile knew about the cramming charges on its customers' bills for a number of years, yet did nothing to stop the charges and unauthorized text messages.
These charges might appear as "Usage Charges" on your bill or buried in your statement under an unfamiliar description.
If you are a T-Mobile customer and you were billed for premium text messages that you did not authorize or subscribe to, you may be able to take legal action. Contact Meyerkord & Kurth today to discuss your case!