AT&T Landline Third Party Billing Class Action

Class Eligibility: The settlement covers unauthorized charges placed on AT&T landline bills by third-party companies. These companies may have provided your services such as voicemail, email, fax, web, yellow pages, diet plans, or identity protection. The unauthorized third party charges were between 1/1/05 and 1/14/13. The list of third party companies is here.
Estimated Amount: Class members may received a 100% refund on any unauthorized third-party charges for which they were billing.

AT&T will also provide a free billing summary of bills between 1/1/05 and 1/14/13 so that you may determine if you had any unauthorized 3rd party charges on your account (here).

Proof of Purchase: NOT required
Claim Form: ATT 3rd Party Billing Settlement Claim Form
Case Name: Nwabueze et al. v. AT&T. et al.,
Case No. CV-09-1529 SI
Case Summary: The lawsuit alleged that AT&T unlawfully allowed third party companies to bill AT&T landline consumers as part of their AT&T bill. The case was not decided by the court, with the parties settled before the case went before a judge.
Settlement Pool: uncapped
Settlement Website: AT&T Third Party Billing Settlement
Claim Form Deadline: December 2, 2013
Claims Administrator: Nwabueze v. AT&T, Inc.
c/o GCG
P.O. Box 35045
Seattle, WA 98124