Can a class action suit be filed against NTTA for its large penalty assessment on its fees?

Asked about 5 years ago - Dallas, TX

I owe $22 worth of fees to NTTA and they sent me a bill for $494 because they charge $25 for each fee.

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  1. Erik Swen Syverson

    Contributor Level 8

    Answered . There is nothing wrong in and of itself in assessing large penalties as long as such is fully disclosed and agreed to by the consumer before entering into a business transaction. Normally, successful class actions on such claims are based upon a lack of notice and disclosure with regard to such penalties.

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