Is the National Grid TCPA Settlement a Scam? Class Action Lawsuit

The National Grid TCPA Settlement is not a scam. If you were residing in the United States from March 9, 2011 until October 29, 2021 and received a prerecorded call from National Grid, you could benefit from a proposed Settlement that has been reached in a class action lawsuit involving certain claims that National Grid and its debt collectors made calls with automated dialers and/or prerecorded or artificial voice messages related to the payment or status of a current or past National Grid Utility Account or bill.

Is the National Grid TCPA Settlement a Scam? Class Action Lawsuit

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Is the National Grid TCPA Settlement a Scam? Class Action Lawsuit