A class action lawsuit has been filed in Kanawha Circuit Court by the two unsatisfied customers of Cingular Wireless on behalf of themselves and others over $2.99-per-month fee that they say they never agreed to.
It charges the company with violating the West Virginia Credit and Consumer Protection Act. Yianne also put a limit on the total amount of damages that can be received of $5 million.
Tim Yianne of Bell and Bands in Charleston is representing the men. He’s put a stipulation of limited damages on the case, saying no plaintiff requests more than $75,000, attorneys fees included.