This class action lawsuit claims that customers were sold a Verizon TV Protection Plan under the terms that any repairs needed to screens larger than 32 inches would not include a $75 service fee. The problem is when customers did require repairs Verizon refused to conduct the repair unless the $75.00 service fee was paid. Something isn’t adding up here. The Verizon 32 Inch TV Protection Plan Lawsuit Complaint claims fraud, legal fraud, equitable fraud and breach of contract. Imagine paying for a TV protection plan only to be charged for that protection down the road.
“The terms of the TV Protection Plan specifically excluded subscribers with televisions larger than 32 inches from having to pay a $75 service fee. Yet, Verizon refused to have any subscribers with televisions larger than 32 inches, such as the Plaintiff, get service unless the service fee was paid,” via the complaint.
The lawsuit is entitled Maureen Chandra v. Verizon Communications, Inc. and is in the jurisdiction of the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey. The class is seeking monetary reimbursements for enrollment in the TV Protection Plan, a refund of service fees charged, attorneys’ fees, court costs, and other relief deemed proper. The lawsuit will be held before the Honorable Judge Faith S. Hochberg and is case number 2:12-cv-00371.