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+ - Robocaller to pay $15 million to consumers.

Submitted by TCPALaw
TCPALaw (609927) writes "A federal lawsuit over robocalls made by the home security company ADT is resulting in payments to people nationwide who received these calls. ADT has to pay $15 million, which will go to consumers who file a claim form online, with each class member getting $500 (depending on how many people make claims). So if you ever got a robocall pitching a home security system, fill out the claim form at RobocallSettlement.com and get a check. This is a substantially better result for consumers than some other robocall settlements. The case is Desai v. ADT Security Services, Inc., No. 1:11-cv-1925 (N.D. Ill.) and the entire settlement document is here. Of couse, you might do better on your own."
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