Cable Company Fraud

posted on:
May 23, 2007

author:
Staff

category:
Fraud

Cable company fraud

We have recently engaged in litigation against the television cable company industry concerning alleged misrepresentation about "digital cable packages" being sold to consumers and whether "digital cable" is actually being delivered to consumers.

Our firm has recently filed two nationwide class actions against Charter Cable Company and Comcast, Inc for allegedly misrepresenting to consumers that they were purchasing and receiving "digital" cable services when in fact they were only receiving "analog" cable services. The "digital" cable services are cited by the industry as more costly because of the "infrastructure" required to provide digital services. However, though touted as digital cable and paying a premium for it, and in some cases all channels delivered by the companies, consumers who purchased "digital" cable did not receive it.

What can I do?

We enjoy a distinct national reputation for excellence in the area of consumer fraud litigation. This litigation includes individual cases as well as class actions that have been filed throughout the country. Most of the cases involve wrongful conduct of insurance and finance companies including fraud and bad faith. We are also a national leader in the fight against mandatory binding arbitration in consumer contracts.

If you or a loved one has become a victim of cable company fraud, you may be entitled to compensation. For a free legal consultation, contact us today!

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