AOL Says Senior Not Deceived Into Dial-Up Payments

Law360, New York (December 3, 2013, 1:59 PM EST) -- AOL Inc. on Monday asked a federal judge to toss a proposed class action accusing the company of improperly continuing to charge customers for its dial-up Internet service after they have switched to broadband, saying the suit was filed in the wrong court.

Plaintiff Harvey Dunn said in an October complaint, filed in California federal court, that he, like millions of other AOL customers, is a senior citizen and not “tech-savvy.” He alleged he signed up for AOL more than 10 years ago, and paid for AOL...
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Harvey Dunn v. AOL Inc.


Case Number

2:13-cv-07991

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California Central

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Other Statutory Actions

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John F. Walter

Date Filed

October 29, 2013

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