Hacked Crypto Investor Says AT&T Is Distorting His Claims

By Philip Rosenstein (April 14, 2020, 8:05 PM EDT) -- Investor Michael Terpin told a California federal judge that AT&T has distorted his claims in its bid to dismiss a suit lodged against the telecommunications giant after cellphone hackers stole $24 million worth of cryptocurrency.

Terpin's opposition to AT&T's motion to dismiss filed on Monday outlines that the telecommunications company ignored his allegations that "its representatives made specific false representations" in an attempt to keep him on as a customer after a first "SIM swap" hack in 2017. He further contends in his filing in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California that AT&T has attempted to hide...

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