Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. is currently investigating a potential class action against AT&T, Inc. based on its promising prospective new customers promotional reward cards to induce new customers to contract with AT&T for its various communications-related services, but for which it applies restrictions that make the card worth nothing or substantially less. For example, the cards, valued at between $100-$400, have a 150-day expiry period.
However, after the customer signs a contract for AT&T services, AT&T either never sends the Reward Card or delays sending it such that new customer recipients do not receive it until near or after the card’s short 150-day expiry period. It is also alleged that AT&T has a policy of refusing to honor expired Reward Cards.
If you have experienced this consumer protection issue and wish to learn more about your rights or wish to participate in the class action, contact class action attorneys GARY S. GRAIFMAN at [email protected] or via telephone at 866-542-9958 or MELISSA R. EMERT at [email protected] or via telephone at 866-542-9958.