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AT&T "Free Phone" Sales Tax

In the case that led to the Supreme Court’s opinion upholding arbitration provision in consumer contracts, the plaintiffs, Vincent and Liza Concepcion, claimed that AT&T wrongfully charged them $30.22 in sales tax when if offered “free” phones. The Concepcions attempted to pursue class litigation, but AT&T asserted an arbitration clause that barred both class litigation and class arbitration. Upon appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Court held that the provision was enforceable. If you want to pursue your rights against AT&T and believe you have a claim for a refund of sales tax on a phone offered to your for “free,” join this cause!

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