Overcharged by AOL?

Has an Internet Service Provider ("ISP"), such as AOL, been overcharging you? This seems to be an ongoing problem with certain ISPs.

Some customers allegedly have been charged for service before the expiration of their 90-day free trial period. Other customers allegedly have been billed for two accounts although they signed up for only one.

Malakoff Doyle & Finberg, P.C., a Pennsylvania law firm, is currently investigating a class action against the ISPs for improper billing practices.

Service Provide Double Billing in the News

Jul-03-06: Consumer complaints mount against alleged double billing practices of major internet service provider. [CONSUMER AFFAIRS]

Register your AOL Internet provider double billing Complaint

If you or a loved one has signed up for AOL or other internet provider and then been double billed, you may qualify for damages or remedies that may be awarded in an internet provider class action or lawsuit. Please fill in our form on the right to submit your complaint to a lawyer for a free evaluation.

Malakoff Doyle & Finberg, P.C.'s attorneys are licenced to practice in Pennsylvania. The firm regularly asserts claims on behalf of persons in other jurisdictions. When it does, it only proceeds after associating with attorneys licensed to practice in that jurisdiction and with the permission of the applicable court.
Last updated August 19 2006

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