This class action lawsuit revolves around the AT&T Mobility Roadside Assistance Service made by Florida Consumers from February 13, 2004 through February 1, 2012. The lawsuit claims the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practice Act was violated when AT&T enrolled consumers into the Roadside Assistance program through a Free-To-Pay Conversion Offer without adequately disclosing the full material terms of the offer. The road side assistance programs cost an added $2.99 per month and provides drivers help with mechanical failure, battery jump starts, flat tire changes and lock-out support to AT&T mobile customers who signed up for the service. Class members who qualify should receive a settlement refund 45 days after April 30, 2012. Settlement payments will be mailed to class members in the form of a check. AT&T Mobility denies any action of wrong doing but have agreed to settle to avoid a lengthy court trail.
The lawsuit is entitled AT&T Mobility, LLC. Agreement with the Florida Attorney General and any questions about the lawsuit can be directed to 1-866-403-1833 or by mail at: AT&T MOBILITY CLAIMS ADMINISTRATOR, PO Box 2682, Faribault, MN 55021-9682. If you claim a settlement refund AT&T is not allowed to retaliate against you.