Lawsuit against Comcast for charging bogus “Broadcast TV Fee” and “Regional Sports Fee”


Hattis Law filed a lawsuit on October 15, 2016 on behalf of Comcast customers to stop Comcast’s massive illegal bait-and-switch scheme of advertising and promising one price but then charging its customers a much higher price in the form of concealed, deceptive, and completely fabricated fees which Comcast calls the “Broadcast TV Fee” and the “Regional Sports Fee.” You can also read about our lawsuit on Consumerist.com.

Comcast has repeatedly increased these bogus fees since Comcast first invented them in 2014, and they now total approximately $10/month on customer bills (or even more in some areas).

If you are upset about Comcast’s Broadcast TV Fee and Regional Sports Fee, and/or Comcast’s explanation to you about the fees, we would like to hear about your experience.

Also, if you previously opted out of Comcast’s arbitration agreement, or if it has been 30 days or less since you started your new contract you may qualify to participate as a plaintiff in this case.

If it has been 30 days or less since you started your new contract, you can opt-out of Comcast’s arbitration clause here.

Hattis Law is committed to ending this deceptive practice by Comcast, and needs your help. We need to show Comcast it cannot continue to nickel and dime customers with bogus fees.

Thank you!

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