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Eligible Verizon Customers Can File Claim for Slice of $100 Million Settlement

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File Claim for Verizon $100 Million Settlement

Some Verizon customers have received postcards in the mail this week informing them of the option to file a claim and get a rebate of up to $100. These payments are part of a $100 million settlement from a class-action lawsuit.

The lawsuit which was first filed in 2021, accuses Verizon of charging an “administrative fee,” which the plaintiffs said were “misleading” because that fee wasn’t disclosed in their plan’s advertised monthly price and were charged in a “deceptive and unfair manner.

The settlement was a culmination of four different lawsuits brought together in a New Jersey court, that same state where Verizon is headquartered.

Eligible customers can now file a claim by April 15 to receive up to $100. The exact payment may vary based on how long you have a Verizon customer, and the total number of claims. The payout is at least $15.

To apply, a you can visit the settlement website has been launched and fill out a form with the information provided in the postcard as well as the phone number attached to the Verizon account. You also need to choose how to receive the money, such as a check, Venmo or bank wire.

A claim must be filed to receive the payout and only customers with postpaid wireless accounts or data plans from January 1, 2016, to November 8, 2023, are eligible.

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