Investigation and pending class action lawsuit against T-Mobile claiming T-Mobile's practice of charging consumers a late fee of $5 or 1.5 percent of the outstanding balance violates California consumer rights laws.
The class action lawsuit alleges, over the course of many years, T-Mobile wrongfully collected tens of millions of dollars by charging consumers late fees for any payment received after the due date specified on bills. The class action complaint alleges T-Mobile's penalty fees charge customers substantially more than the damages actually caused by the customer paying late.
The lawsuit seeks to represent all California consumers who purchased a T-Mobile cellular plan and paid a late fee. If you've used T-Mobile as your cellular provider and paid a late fee from December 2004 through June 2008, you are eligible to join this suit.
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T-Mobile USA is the US operating entity of T-Mobile International AG, the mobile communications subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG (NYSE: DT).
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