Another day for customers to collect their credit – do you owe up to $150?

NATIONAL Grid, one of the largest energy companies, has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit that could benefit millions of customers.

There is one day left to claim up to $150 worth of payment.

Application deadline is May 22nd.

The company has been sued for allegedly violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by contacting customers without consent.

National Grid operates in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Fees from the following sub-companies may appear on your monthly bill. National Grid is the parent company in each case.

  • Boston Gas Co. (Massachusetts)
  • Colonial Gas Co. (Massachusetts; now part of Boston Gas)
  • Massachusetts Electric Co. (Massachusetts)
  • Nantucket Electric Co. (Massachusetts)
  • KeySpan Gas East Corp. (New York)
  • Die Brooklyn Union Gas Co. (New York)
  • Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. (New York)
  • Die Narragansett Electric Co. (Rhode Island)

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National Grid has not admitted wrongdoing but has agreed to a $38.5 million settlement.

Who is Eligible?

If you received an automated or recorded call from National Grid or an affiliate between March 9, 2011 and October 29, 2021, you may be eligible.

According to the lawsuit, the calls were allegedly about bill payments, termination notices, or other “important matters” related to customer accounts.

Class members may seek a cash refund from the lawsuit, but the amount of payment has not yet been finalized.

Lawyers behind the class action lawsuit estimate members will receive between $50 and $150, but that number depends on how many people are filing claims.

Prospective group members may have received notice of the lawsuit in December 2021.

If you think you qualify for the class action but have not received notification, you can email the Settlement Administrator at [email protected] or by phone at (855) 784-1955.

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