Www.AttMuscSettlement.com – AT&T Mobility Universal Service Charge Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

Www.AttMuscSettlement.com – AT&T Mobility Universal Service Charge Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

If you are or were an AT&T customer and you were charged a fee for the Mobility Universal Service, then you should be able to get compensation. The services that you were charged for should have been on the data pay-per-use plans. You may also have been charged for visual voicemail service and customer custom packaging plans. These should also include international calls. The time period that this should have happened is between January 1, 200t to December 31, 2010. You can get the information on what you will get for the AT&T Mobility Universal Service Charge Class Action Lawsuit Settlement at the www.attmuscsettlement.com site. You will have to file a claim form in order to receive these benefits.

The amount of the funds that you will get benefits from is $152,634,430. You will get the money after other fees have been deducted from this. This includes the fees for the lawyers and also the expenses for the lawsuit in terms of administration costs. The payments have not yet been approved by the court. What you will actually get depends on how many people also request for the compensation by submitting the claim form. It will be pro-rated not to go beyond the amount of the fund after all the deductions.You will get the payment in the form of a credit after the settlement has been approved by the court. This will happen on February 20, 2013. That is when the court will approve it. The hearing will actually be held in St. Louis, Missouri. You do not have to attend of course but you can if you want to. So it is totally up to you what you want to do here.

If you decide to either stay  and get compensation from the AT&T Mobility Universal Service Charge Class Action Lawsuit Settlement or if you decide that you do not want to do anything, you will in effect be releasing AT&T Mobility of all from all claims and liabilities. If this is not what you want then you have to submit your request to be excluded. You can get detailed information on how to do this at the www.attmuscsettlement.com site. You will have to actually write a letter mentioning the fact that you wish to be excluded. If possible mention the original lawsuit so that there is no doubt as to what you want to be excluded from. There is nothing worse than sending in the letter and then realizing that you did not mention which lawsuit you wish to be excluded from. So do not let this happen to you. Be very careful with your wording and what is the most important is that your letter has to be postmarked by January 30, 2013. If your letter is late, it will not be valid and you will not be excluded. So make sure that you send it in on time.

How you will be paid is through the bill credit if you are an AT&T Mobility customer. If you are no longer a customer, then you will get a check that will be issued to you by the Settlement Administrator. If you submit a claim form, you can keep checking the settlement website in order to figure out when you will get paid. The problem is that sometimes it can take a long time to get your payment. So you have to be patient. The only way that you can monitor what is going on is to go online. Usually information on what is going on will be found on the main page.

If you wish to hire your own lawyers and are more comfortable doing that you can. However, you do not need to do this because the court will provide legal service in the form of class counsel. Many people use their services because they will be paid from the settlement amount. It is their job to assist you in any way that they can. You will be able to get their contact information online. Only their contact address is provided in this case so the only way that you can contact them is in writing. If you live in Jefferson City, MO, then you will be able to actually visit them in person. If you are near, that is the best option.

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