A number of deregulared utility providers may have over promised and under delivered. If you switched from a public utility to an independent energy company you may want to learn more about your options for a potential claim.
By design a deregulated market space allows for more competition and theoretically lower prices and/or more creative options. However, sometime this is not the case. Private utility companies paint a pretty picture to get you signed up. They show you some early savings and build some trust. Then many get complacent and lose track of the details only to gradually nickle-and-dime you and usually even worse. And intrepreting a utility invoice isn’t always easy. Recognizing trends or improper billing is difficult enough to spot yet alone fight to get your money back.
Allegedly claims were made about promised savings, possible rebates, and other rate changes that increased over time. Some are claiming rates are now double their former rates. As you can imagine, when this happens to enough people they team up to file a class-action lawsuit. At any given time there are numerous class-action lawsuits regarding private utility providers gouging customers who switched from public utilities.
You can learn much more at the link below and take the next steps to possibly get your money back.
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There’s a 1 in 5 chance you have Unclaimed Property according to the Florida Dept. of Financial Services website, The state paid out $323,000,000 last year. It takes just a few minutes to search for yourself, a friend, or family member. This is too easy to not at least try. It’s free and legitimate.
The process is typically fairly simple to do yourself or with the help of a family member or friend. You can also call Claims Customer Support: (888) 258-2253 or (850) 413-5555 or Email: FloridaUnclaimedProperty@MyFloridaCFO.com
CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT: Allstate Insurance – deadline November 13th, 2020
There are hundreds of class action lawsuits open and settled on an ongoing basis. Listed here are a couple for Florida past and present residents. Within the process there are deadlines for various actions. Missing a deadline means you could miss out on a potential claim and benefit. Submitting a claim is usually fairly simple. In some cases you need evidence but not in all. Usually the evidence can help validate or increase the value of your claim.
For this case, you may be entitled to benefits from a class action Settlement if you submitted claims for payment of bills for medical services under PIP coverage under a Florida automobile vehicle insurance policy issued by one of the following insurance companies: Allstate Insurance Company, Allstate Indemnity Company, Allstate Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Allstate Fire and Casualty Insurance Company, Encompass Indemnity Company, Encompass Floridian Insurance Company, and Encompass Floridian Indemnity Company.
Conduct your own due diligence. It appears to be too late to opt out but you can still file a claim until November 13, 2020.
CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT: Amica Mutual Insurance – deadline December 4th, 2020
You may have a claim for about $80 if you were insured under any Florida automobile insurance policy issued by AMICA. Including a policy covering a vehicle with auto physical damage coverage for comprehensive or collision loss. And if you also submitted a physical damage claim where your vehicle was declared a total loss on or after July 2, 2014.
Call 1-844-336-0335 toll free for more information and assistance. Conduct your own due diligence. The deadline for a claim is December 4th, 2020.