Verizon Wireless Customers File Class Action Lawsuit Against Verizon Wireless Services Over Cell Phone Extended Warranties.
A class action lawsuit was filed against Verizon Wireless Services, LLC ( “Verizon Wireless” or “Defendant”) in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey (captioned William Powers, Derrick Frerichs and Just Construction & Management, Inc. v. Verizon Wireless Services, LLC, Case No. 2:33-av-00001) alleging that Verizon Wireless engaged in fraud in connection with its selling and marketing of its extended warranty program for mobile phones which purportedly runs concurrently with the phone manufacturer’s warranty which already covers the cell phones for defects in material and workmanship for the first twelve months after purchase, according to a class action lawsuit news report.
The Verizon Wireless class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of a class of all persons in the U.S. who, in conjunction with purchasing or upgrading a mobile phone or device from Verizon Wireless, received an express warranty for defects in material and workmanship from their phone manufacturer and purchased Verizon’s “extended” warranty program or “Total Equipment Coverage” from six years prior to the filing of the class action complaint.
For more information on the Verizon Wireless Extended Warranty class action lawsuit, read the class action complaint.
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