Verizon Wireless charges California consumers a flat $5 late fee regardless of the type of plan the consumer has purchased. This fixed rate late charge is a penalty that may violate California consumer protection laws. If this investigation leads to a class action lawsuit, California consumers who paid a late fee would potentially be reimbursed the late charges.
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Verizon Wireless, a subsidiary of Verizon Communications Inc., operates a wireless voice and data network.
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