Did you get calls from DIRECTV spamming you even though you were on the do not call list? DIRECTV has agreed to pay $16.85 million as part of a class action settlement to people who received marketing calls from DIRECTV even though they were on the do not call list.
It is reported the estimated average of the settlement payment will be $464.
Here is what you need to know:
DIRECTV, LLC has settled a class action that claimed that its dealer AC1, based in Ohio, made telemarketing calls to people whose numbers were on the National Do Not Call Registry, without consent.
You are included in the Settlement if your telephone number is one of 113,997 known numbers that received calls.
You can fill out a short Claim Form what we estimate to be a minimum of $324 in cash, and an estimated average of over $464. These payments will come from a $16.85 million Settlement Fund. This fund will also be used to pay the costs of notifying people about the Settlement, the lawyers’ fees, and awards to the people who helped bring the lawsuit.
If you are included, your legal rights are affected whether you act or do not act. Read the Notice carefully.
The Court in charge of this case hasn’t decided to approve it yet. Payments will only be made if the Court decides the Settlement is fair and approves the Settlement. The Court has ordered the Notice.
If you want to find out if you qualify and file a claim you can do so by visiting the settlements website HERE.
You do need to hurry as you need to submit a valid claim form by August 7th, 2023 or you will miss out.
If you are unsure if you qualify for this settlement you can check your phone number HERE to see if you can file a claim.