Class Eligibility

You are a member of the settlement if you are in the U.S. and are considered a residential or small business customer of CenturyLink who during January 1, 2014 to January 24, 2020 had an account for local or long distance telephone, internet, or television services with one or more of the operating companies.

Estimated Amount

$30

Proof of Purchase

Yes

Case Name

In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn.
Case No. 17-2795,

United States District Court District of Minnesota

Case Summary

CenturyLink is accused of engaging in unfair and deceptive billing practices.

Settlement Pool

$15,500,000

Deadline

06/23/2020, 08/25/2020 (Please see settlement website for the different deadlines)

Contact

CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757
P.O. Box 479
Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

1-877-497-5924

info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

676 responses to “CenturyLink Class Action Settlement”

  1. Marjorie Wills says:

    Add me

  2. Julius Farrar says:

    I went through with that. I tried everything with Century Link, they over-billed me and were dishonest with me.
    I over paid at least $229.00. Have filed each year with credit bureau, stating they were dishonest. I returned each item of equipment they sent me. I know well, they are crooked.

  3. James B. Zooeller says:

    Received your Notice. I wish to file a claim, Please generate the required form.

  4. Gail Makin says:

    I want to file my claim!

  5. Arthur O’Brien says:

    I just received this notice in the mail. I’ve had the same phone number since March 1994. I believe it used to be Quest then changed to CenturyLink about 2010 or 2011. My payments are electronically taken out every month from my bank and only have local phone service – no long distance or internet. My question is this – I never read the small print so how do I know if I’ve ever been overcharged? Am I still entitled to any part of the settlement and if so is it a total of $30.00 for the last 6 years?

  6. Linda Crane says:

    Post cards were received. We were/are residential Century Link customers during the Class Period 1/1/14-1/24/20. We were not aware of overcharges, and are wanting to be EXCLUDED. Thank you.
    Thomas Crane Claimant ID 0045B57B43
    Linda Crane Claimant ID 00b0421511

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  7. Donna Clark says:

    I can’t say enough negative things about CenturyLink. I chose them for my internet services. They advertised one price locked in for life. When I purchased a new computer, they upped the price. Also sold me a new box, when the old box was perfectly fine. And every time there is a storm, we lose power for 3-4 days for the phone, because we are on a land line. They have promised to fix it, but they never do. And we are charged all the same. This has been going on for years. When we said we didn’t need Caller ID, they blocked it, but charged for it anyway, and even took off *59, which we had before. What can one do, when a company is a monopoly?

  8. Sandra Assaraf says:

    yes to all of the above

  9. anthony marsh says:

    I EXCLUDE MYSELF

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  10. Joseph Logan says:

    Just checking to see if I qualify for part of the settlement

  11. Ronald Ira Ruby says:

    The listed Class Action Amount is OK.

  12. Helmutas Kuraitis says:

    I was given a price for life by CenturyLink, but for a year or more my price was never the same. It always went up by a dollar or 2. I was calling them every month and arguing with them. The price went up and down, never the same, even when I was given a price that should have stayed the same. This is just a comment against CenturyLink. I am not filing anything. Thank you.

  13. Doug Gruber says:

    A whole $30 dollars for six years of Unfair and deceptive billing practices! I am not impressed. A slap on the wrist for a company this big and who probably knew exactly what they were doing for SIX YEARS!

  14. Gerald L. Anderson says:

    I filed a form for a claim settlement for a $30 dollar electronic payment on March 26,2020. I do not have a Pay Pal account so I am not sure how I would receive this payment. Could you please tell me How I could do this so I could receive the payment. I would appreciate this very much. My Claimant ID.number is 0064251561.
    Thank you very much.

  15. keith davis says:

    send it to me keith davis 270 sparta ave ste104 sparta, nj 07871-1122

  16. Geraldine Harrington says:

    Yes I was a customer during this time period and I’m sure they owe me more then $30 dollars for the phone service that I had. I can be reached @ 910-977-0341

  17. Pansey McCuistion says:

    I received notice and have been with CenturyLink for several years.

  18. Martha Trosen says:

    Please add my name to the class action

  19. david hardy says:

    Send check to my home address.

  20. Patricia Smith says:

    I do not want to join this suit, How do I decline? my email is bodybyspam@centurylink.net please tell me how to refuse this. Thank you

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Patricia,
      Thank you for your query. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  21. Michael E Jensen says:

    I have tried to enter my settlement numbers for 3 days I have tried to enter my #s upper case lower case & it all goes back to invalid entries I don^t know how to enter them maybe you can help me my 2 #s are ooB4B96o49 & o1Bo460B23 I have tried 5 combinations on both cards Thank You M. Jensen

  22. Michael E. Jensen says:

    I don’t know how to read or enter my 2 #s on my separate claims to get registered. Maybe you could help me out by showing me how to register my #s? They are 01B0460B23 & 00B4B96049. Thank you. – Michael E. Jensen

  23. Brad Berland says:

    I tried logging on to the web site to fill out a settlement form but my computer came out a message saying this was a secure site and wouldn’t allow me to log in. What do I need to do going forward?

  24. JO ANN CUMMINGS says:

    I want to be part of the settlement

  25. Ronald Brewer says:

    I have been trying to submit my claim on the proper form but keep getting rejected as having an invalid account# or Zipcode. I have confirmed with CenturyLink that I have the correct Account #, Zipcode, and email address.
    My Class Member Identification # is 0154590587
    My Account # is 303-469-4653 773
    My Zipcode is 80023
    My email address is ron.brewer@comcast.net
    How can I submit my claim if the form won’t let me do it with the above information?

  26. Margaret S DRAUCH says:

    Pacific Marine Distributors Inc. has been overcharged for twenty years. We are a small family owned business.
    Our customers are all friends and USCG , U.S. Army Corp. etc. We have actually called several times to see about a reduced bill. No avail.? Please submit our request for the settlement class action suit to include us.
    Account No: 503-243-2258 320B

  27. William Hall says:

    What do I need to do to get my piece of this? I have been a Century Link Customer during this time. If any forms need to be filled out E Mail to the address below.

  28. Frankie & Darlene Gonzalez says:

    Yes, We have signed up for the class action settlement on 04/11/2020. Thank You

  29. Gary Mohr says:

    Not given the promised $ amount…they said it was guaranteed. ($53.98 went to $73.80)

  30. Dave & Denise Thornton says:

    When I click on the link to file for the lawsuit settlement it doesn’t work.

  31. kathy says:

    I RECEIVED THE NOTICE AT MY TEXAS ADDRESS for past service in New Mexico.
    I no longer had old email info or account information to fill out required claim form.
    Upon using the chat room furnished, I was given my century link account number but using it to obtain claim form was to no avail – page stated, “could not find”!

    WHY is this process so difficult for senior citizens?

  32. Berniece Madore says:

    Tel # 573-729-5178
    I have had service for 20 years I think I am owed a settlement more than 30 dollars

  33. John Thompson says:

    I put in my claim number, says it invalid. I put in my account number, says it invalid. Ask for an email with my account number, no response. How can I file a claim, when your website is insufficient?

  34. sylvia palmisano says:

    my claimaint no is DD63B45556 your claim form keeps denying it I can photo your postcard with it so you can see it is accurate so I can file claim.

  35. Alfred G Roberts says:

    I have tried to access the form web site using my account number. which is 970-535-9263 635R. This for the class settlement 6757.

  36. William E Wright says:

    They have been charging extra for more than a year. We are elderly on fixed income promised by CenturyLink the amount would never increase, but it did and still continues to.

  37. Barbara Kelly says:

    Century Link, especially in this time when CoVid-19, is showcasing the blatant inequalities in U.S. society, especially corporations using their muscle to squash persons, stands as the poster child of that display of power. It deserves to be brought up short for its inhumane practices.

  38. Thambyrajah Seevaratnam says:

    I am your member for more than 10years. Hope you will give us reasonable amount for as I don’t know how much you owe us.
    Thanks
    Seevaratnam

  39. Katherine Kemp says:

    I had a CenturyLink account for both telephone, long distance and internet, for the period of time of the settlement January 1, 2014 through January 24,2020. I wish to file a claim with the Centurylink MDL Class Settelement -6757.

  40. Karen Buck says:

    How do we get the settlement for 2 different phones, with 2 different phone numbers at the same address?

  41. Agnes Morgan says:

    claimant ID: 0148828160

  42. Leaster Ellington says:

    please pay my money back

  43. Vernon F. Peterson says:

    I object to this rip off of a legitimate business by attorneys. The attorneys will get millions and a customer may get $30. I am satisfied with the service I have received from CenturyLink.

  44. ed gies says:

    My name is Edward Gies, acct. #3039791035474. I can’t log into the form. It says bad acct #. Can you please send me a printed form? I do not have printer.

  45. Mike Lindstrom says:

    Settlement application

  46. Clarice waltman says:

    I entered my account number and I get the response,”claimant not found”. I tried entering each of the ways that I could. What’s going on? I have been a subscriber for over 10 years.

  47. patti dye says:

    IM HAVING TROUBLE WITH FILING A CLAIM, I WANT TO BE APART OF THIS MY PHONE NUMBER IS 480 649 6374-074R

  48. Sara Hughes says:

    Century Link has been unfair in it’s billing practices and its happening to me again. I called them some time I think in mid- to late March and requested that my phone services be cut off but still keep my internet. They said I could have the $49.00 price for life but then I’ve gotten at least 4 confirmation change notices. One says I owe 56.00 this month and then 49.00 starting after that. I got 2 of those. Then I got one with the payment coupon for the current bill and it’s $101.18. I called and they said I would have over $90.00 in credits that would come off my next bill and it would be $49.00 after that. Then I got one and they changed the price of internet to $98.00 and told me what my next 3 payments were going to be, all over $100.00. So I am waiting to see what happens next or if I’m going to have to change providers. On top of all this, they still haven’t turned off the phone after I have alerted them about that twice since I first cancelled phone service. It seems the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing.

  49. David Hordecki says:

    have tried to fill out form ,would not accept

  50. John Willis says:

    Would like to part of this settlement.

  51. Martin McCleery says:

    Please provide my share of the settlement to Martin McCleery, 1918 Autumn Street, St. Paul, MN 55113. Phone 651-646-1588.

  52. Mary Lafferty says:

    I am 92 years old. My daughter-in-law is writing this for me because I don’t have a computer. My phone bill keeps
    going up. When I call, I always get that it is taxes. If it keeps going up I will have to take the phone out because I am on fixed income.

  53. Dannie Lafferty says:

    Our bill was 37.95 and every month it would go up. We only use it for local calls. We pay $10.92 in taxes, which doesn’t make any sense. No one will explain why they keep going up.

  54. Walter L. Siegl says:

    I have tried at least 12 times to reply and my account # is not recognized
    The account # is 360 427-2917 199R
    Is this a scam to disallow my entry?
    We have been with Century Link for over 20 years and believe, that we deserve better.

  55. jean Vignaroli says:

    Unable to get on class action website.
    Thank you in advance for help

  56. Christine Gray says:

    My telephone bill has been too high for a while. I have complained several several times to CenturyLink. I have always gotten the run around from them. When you’re on a fixed income, you have to make every dollar count. Being a congestive heart patient, I must have a phone at my home.

  57. Sandy Woodcox says:

    q9sandyw@hotmail.com It took them forever to get this settled, Thank you for helping us.

  58. Merry Carson says:

    I am having trouble authenticating….account number is 300454063 and zip is 49713. I keep getting rejected. I am not sure what to do next.

  59. tim shields says:

    I am a current customer of CenturyLink and former customer back in 2014. From 2018 til present, I am having trouble filing the forms for this lawsuit. My current account number is 2089225923075R for internet service . My address is 180 Linke St Kuna ID 83634. I need to file and help with joining this lawsuit. Thanks.

  60. Elinor D. Mann says:

    I was charged for long distance ( still am being charged) that I did not order or want.

  61. John Olson says:

    I have tried to submit a claim form using my Centurylink Account number but the site couldn’t authenticate my submission. I went to the suggested site to confirm my account number but that didn’t work either.
    Acct. No. 3604375104-595
    Zip code: 98365
    What should I do?

  62. Laura R. Andersen says:

    $30.00 is not very much, but I’d like to apply.

  63. Karen Bourgeau says:

    I have tried to file claim with my account number but says I can’t be found in system.I haven’t received a post card with ID number.Any help with this would be appropriated. Sincerely Karen Bourgeau.

  64. Sarah Lee Stevens says:

    My bill goes up by $2.00 about every month. My services for long distance are very high and I don’t even make long distance calls on my phone. So much tax added to the bill. Tried talking to the company about getting better rates, but no one can help me. I have been a customer for many years.

  65. Chantel Padilla says:

    During the months of May,June, & July 2019, I was charged for internet while not receiving it. After I ended their service at 1012 N Williamson Ave Winslow Az, the service stayed connected. I then contacted them to see why they did not show up as scheduled to my new address of 307 Adams St and they rescheduled with no explanation. I did not know at the time my service was never disconnected until the new tenant at 1012 Williamson Ave told me he could not get his connected because mine still was. I called CenturyLink again. They disconnected, rescheduled and promised discounts. I never received discounts for the months of no services even though it was at the fault of CenturyLink. I got a modem at the 1012 Williamson house and they are now charging me when I already had it and so my bill went up $10 a month for a modem I already had. So yes, 3 months of no service and still billed and now billed monthly for a modem I already paid for.

  66. Doris Hales says:

    Submitting my claim to Settle Class Member

  67. James C. & Saundra M. Harrison says:

    Previous to this year (2020), the telephone and internet fee changed periodically without our request for any
    new features changes. This occurred after the merger. Our fee has not changed in recent months. It is our
    opinion, price gouging did occur. Also, we sold 1,800 shares of Century Link stock at a loss last year due to poor
    management practices.

  68. Charles Zanders says:

    Why do you make it so hard to file a claim? I feel you want to frustrate people so they’ll just give up. I’ve had at a half dozen errors thus far.

  69. Frank Datko says:

    Need my class action i.d. number

  70. Jim Reynolds says:

    Sadly, this seems to be a scam. I’ve tried for an hour to submit a claim using your form. I keep getting the following message, in red:: “Unable to authenticate. The claimant cannot be found.” I correctly put in my information and the account # listed on my monthly CenturyLink bill, which is: 480 882-9371 791R. I have put the account number in correctly in various ways with and without spaces. Nothing works. I want to file and I called the phone # above but it’s just canned recordings, no one to talk to in order to solve the problem.

    Angry in Gold Canyon, AZ

  71. Caroline Richardson says:

    How do I get the form? Account:313784494

  72. Tom Dokulil says:

    Over the years, we have had cable TV channels dropped without reason and had religious TV channels added which I did not order. Plus my cable subscription went up about $5 a month earlier this year. Do not believe this practice is fair to me, the consumer.

  73. Linda Vensel says:

    Linda & George Vensel
    47 Brooks Trail
    PO Box 55
    Patagonia, AZ 85624

    520-394-2023

    We are paying top dollar for internet service and yet we live in a rural part of Arizona which does not have the cabeling to allow for the top internet service. Many in our area have complained about the lack of ability to obtain these services. I do not want to settle for $30; I will wait to see how things turn out for me and Century Link in the August court case.

    Linda & George

  74. Hilda Forehand says:

    Please forward a valid Claim Form.

  75. Joe Morris says:

    Hello. Trying to send my form in, but it says I need a claim ID, even though I’m still a present customer, and have been since 1978, and have a present account # 402 371-6722 052R

    Anyway, it wouldn’t let me submit, since I don’t have the other ID, and it said to email you folks if I was having difficulty. That’s it, thanks, Joe Morris

  76. michael simpkins says:

    I thought that CenturyLink was a good company to join at the time, but I was treated unfairly with my bill. So yes, I do deserve something as this settlement is going on.

  77. Jose L. Chavez says:

    Please send me my claiment id number

  78. william Fluharty says:

    Would like to file to join the class action suit for overcharges made by Century Link to me

  79. Geraldine K. Moody says:

    Looking for a detailed notice. What else do you need from me?
    GERALDINE K. MOODY
    GLENNIE REAL ESTATE

  80. Geraldine K. Moody says:

    Yes they have charged me too much on different occasions & over the years. Geri Moody Glennie Real Estate

  81. Lisa marie Herr says:

    I DO NOT HAVE A CLAIMANT NUMBER AND IT WILL NOT TAKE MY ACCOUNT NUMBER
    5038619542-297 ZIP CODE 97146
    I EVEN VERIFIED THE ACCOUNT NUMBER.
    WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO TO CLAIM THIS REBATE?

  82. rupert wheeler says:

    MY NOTICE DID NOT HAVE AN CLAIM IDENTIFICATION NUMBER. WHAT DO I USE?

  83. Alma Rice says:

    I have been a customer of CenturyLink for many years and am interested in learning about this Settlement.

  84. Alma Rice says:

    I am interested in hearing about this Settlement.

  85. David Weakly says:

    My application keeps getting rejected, what do I do next?

  86. Joseph R Caldwell says:

    Having trouble signing up

  87. Designer Watches says:

    Looking for more information regard this settlement.

  88. SU NEWTON says:

    I am unable to open the link. Can I please get it mailed to me at :

    SU M. NEWTON
    1442 PAYNE AVE
    ST PAUL, MN 55130

  89. julio gonzalez says:

    A major problem with CenturyLink is they don’t have local offices where you can go to get assistance or file a complaint.

  90. TERRY D SIZELOVE says:

    can this amount be posted to my account?

  91. james hunter says:

    Tried to file a claim. CenturyLink doesn’t recognize me as a claimant. Will I get a postcard later with a claim number?

  92. Sonja J Mullen says:

    I qualify for this settlement, but I didn’t keep my receipts for the overpayments. I had CenturyLink for cable and internet January 1, 2014 through March 30, 2018 under the names of Sonya Clark and Sonja Mullen in Omaha, NE. What are my options?

  93. PHILLIP & TAMMY LEWIS says:

    WE HAVE BEEN WITH CENTURYLINK A LONG TIME, BUT IF WE ARE OWED ANY MONEY WE SURE WANT IT.

  94. Angel Kuhn says:

    I’m trying to fill out claim form for CenturyLink but the page won’t load up.

  95. paula roland says:

    claimant ID 0149563237

  96. Don Gillfillan says:

    I wish to file a claim, but I am unsure when my service began. I was promised a price of $30/month for a lifetime, but never received that pricing. Per the claim form I need my starting date. Century Link should be able to give me that information in a moments notice, but so far I have run into roadblocks. My account number is 623 536-8106114R. If I could receive help on this issue please provide guidance. My phone number is 815-238-0984

  97. Kenneth Hallman says:

    Please add me. In 2018, we had high bills. At the time I did not think about it!

    Thank you.

  98. Morton&Cheri Baker says:

    1219 2891177 T2386 3208

  99. colleen mayle says:

    Yes, we are eligible and want our share.

  100. ED HOLLAND says:

    TRIED TO PUT MY ACCOUNT NUMBER IN AND SIGN UP BUT IT DOESN’T WORK.

  101. DONALD Federspiely says:

    yes I want my money

  102. orlando martinez says:

    To whom it may concern: CenturyLink charged me for the connection on property 653 Howells Circle Drl, Fort Myers, Fl 33905a. Connection that was left unfinished, which I had to finish myself. They left tubes all over the property – a hazard for my family. Also, they gave me a charge that was incorrect, and every month was a dfferent amount. Also, the telephone line, I never got, but they charged every time. I called many times and sent them a written letter. They never responded. Am very dissapointed and upset with Century Link. They charged and they don’t provide for the services you want.

  103. Jackie Ellington says:

    Claimant ID: 0057901312

  104. Jackie Ellington says:

    I did not know this action had been taken. Thank you for informing me.

  105. Steven Kussman says:

    Sign me up.

  106. PissedOff says:

    CenturyLink form doesn’t work at all. Tried with account number and then I emailed CenturyLink for a Claimant ID and THAT didn’t work either. This company is trying to wriggle out of their legal responsibility with an online form form that is non-working. Has there been any body out there that has this form work?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi CCrandal,
      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.

      Do you have the link to the particular class action settlement that you are referring to, and is it here on classactionrebates.com? I’m afraid we can’t help point you to the proper Claims/Settlement Administrator / Claims Page as we have no point of reference. 
      Thank you. 

  107. phyllis a payne says:

    I keep getting a late payment charge whether I am late or not, I tried to communicate with them, but they say I am charged again for the month before, because the bill went out early, I could not get them to understand, these late payment charges are ridiculous!

  108. Bill & Connie Hendrix says:

    If CenturyLink overcharged customers, they should pay everyone back for the over charged amount.

  109. Kathy Tooley says:

    We have multiple homes under one account, do I only get one settlement or per home?

  110. Kristen Salinas says:

    Can you email me the form please to file a claim? I cannot access your website for some reason.

  111. Chip Stephens says:

    When I submit the a/c # on line, it responds with claimant cannot be found! What’s with that? My account # is 218 864 4017 725 so it should be legitimate! Please advise what’s wrong.

  112. Joseph Sgroi says:

    I don’t see how to withdraw from the suit. Do I have to do anything, or do nothing? Request a response and guidance.

  113. Clifford Angstman says:

    Please send a claim form to the email below. I cannot access it.

  114. Dan DeLorenzo says:

    I am unable to summit my claim as the computer keeps rejecting it.

    Please help.

    Dan DeLorenzo 253-564-5433
    Dolores DeLorenzo use to be 253-564-5460

  115. Marvin Hatt says:

    This is a crap deal. Entered my account numbers and it will not take either of them. From this link, your page will not open. My two account numbers are
    208 226 2550 401R and 208 226 2338 750B. What do I need to do?

  116. Severiano Salas Jr says:

    My ID # 0176944931. I was a customer living in Grand Collie Washington. I applied for the disability discount and I was charged the connection charge plus the normal rate for phone and internet. I did not get reimbursed but I did finally get on the disability discount. I was a customer in 2014 January to about April 2014.

  117. Fred Genton says:

    I tried to file a claim and it did not accept my account number. My account number is: 208 336-1102 397R

    Please advise so that I can submit a claim.

    Fred Genton
    2014 N Hillway Dr.
    Boise, ID 83702

  118. Tracey Childress says:

    Please include me in the settlement.

  119. Diane Delaney says:

    Per settlement request

  120. Richard c Henderson says:

    Need forms for rebate

  121. Shirley A Wright says:

    PLEASE SEND ME A FORM

  122. olivia moreno vasquez says:

    Olivia Moreno Vasquez 623 979 9925 Residental
    Olivia Moreno Vasquez 602 2727 6876 Business line Moreno Realty, Inc

  123. Carol L Henricks, MD says:

    I have Century Link accounts at 3 different addresses:

    NorthStar Neurology PC 7596 N La Cholla Blvd Tucson AZ 85741

    NorthStar Hyperbaric 7598 N La Cholla Blvd Tucson AZ 85741

    at home: 8863 N Palo Verde Bluffs Place Tucson AZ 85742

  124. Marcia Stevic says:

    Please have an agent call – 480-802-0203 or email us @ marcia.stevic@gmail.com… we have questions.
    Thank You

  125. Linda Snow says:

    Claimant Id: 0015627957 0034387641
    002046236 0047704442
    011191598 0158958963
    0056317312 0169127884

  126. Linda Snow says:

    claimant ID 0169127884 0056317312
    0158958963 0111191598
    0047704442 0034387641
    0020476236 0015627957

  127. Dennis Dymek says:

    016767278

  128. Arlene Alonzo says:

    I tried to have internet with CenturyLink, they could not understand that I moved, but my mailing address stayed the same, a P.O. Box. Each month, for 3 months, I had to reapply. Finally got tired and changed to another network. In the meantime, they had a collector contact for a bill from the house, in my previous move. Yet, they had my address for billing ALL along.

  129. Lori Lindley says:

    the claimant ID number doesn’t work- no matter how I type it it says invalid claim number.
    Now what?

  130. Eugene and Janet Schoenheit says:

    Please send a claim form for the Century Link class action settlement because the above link will not work to get one from the website. We have had Century Link all our adult lives and we are 68 and 69. I knew they were charging too much.
    Thank you for your help.

  131. Mary Hathorn says:

    I would like a printed form in order to file for this class action settlement. Thank you.

  132. Jodi Venable says:

    We lost a lot more than $30.00 with Century Link. A $50.00 deposit never repaid. 2 days pay waiting for an installer that never showed up. Charged $200.00 for a modem we never received. Billed for a service we never received and then they put that on our credit. Lowering our credit score. The worst decision I ever made.

  133. Michael Smith says:

    I made several attempts to fill out the above form and was redirected to an error code page.

  134. Marilyn Rutherford says:

    I had CenturyLink for many years. It was my only choice for telecommunication for my business, and I never knew how much I really owed. There were so many extra charges on my bill. It was frustrating for sure.

  135. Bonnie K Hicks says:

    I am trying to apply for the settlement. It is not accepting my account number which is 480-831-9095 993R. My zip code is 85283. I have tried three times to no avail. What is the problem?

  136. Jean Rindal says:

    I believe that I am eligible for the $30.00 dollar settlement As listed on the postcard that I received.

  137. William G. Boerner says:

    I have been a customer of CenturyLink/CenturyTel since December 15, 2004 through the present date of April 26, 2020. I have raised many issues pertaining to billing overcharges, defective technical internet assistance, and/or improper billing increase practices and have a “current unresolved balance of $5.00” charged to my account from the month of March 2020. Centurylink has been unresponsive to my concern to credit my account for this erroneous extra charge.

  138. Sherry Bell says:

    I do want to join this law suit.
    Sherry Bell

  139. Patricia Steneroden/Eric Steneroden says:

    We are entitled to a share of the negotiated settlement.

  140. Marcia Sambora says:

    The notice I received said I am eligible to make claim, it also stated the I have to complete a claim form. I was not able to print one. If I indeed need to complete a form would you be so kind as to send me one. Or tell me how to print one out.

  141. Marcia Sambora says:

    I received a notice that says I am eligible to make a claim, it further states I have to complete a form. I tried to print one out at the web site given. But was not able to print one out. If indeed I need to complete a form would you be so kind as to send me one. Or at least tell me how to print one out. I Thank you for your time and consideration to this matter.

  142. David B. Pease says:

    Each and every time I attempt to get a claims form through this website, my request is “refused”. I am requesting a paper to be sent to:
    David B. Pease
    7225 Mariner Dr. unit 1
    Mt. Pleasant WI. 53406

  143. Adella Davis says:

    My century bill was in my husband’s name. He passed away in July 2018. How do I file for settlement?

  144. Julia Landa says:

    Home phone and internet during claim period

  145. howard hamm says:

    looking forward to settlrment.

  146. Gale Henson says:

    I don’t understand what charges there are against them. How do I know they engaged in any of my billing practices. What expenses could I be charged for lawyers etc. if I decide to proceed? We have used Century Link for 47 years and not sure how to proceed now. I was on hold for at least 30 minutes three times today to renew promotional discounts that we have had before and they tell me now they aren’t available anymore and my bill will be going up.

  147. Mabel Ellen Gauthier says:

    Could you send me a form to fill out?
    via E-mail ellenisit@gmail.com
    or mail to: 2463 United Copper Mine RD
    Chewelah, WA 99109-9663

  148. Fred Batchelor says:

    Said my account number was invalid

  149. Lawrence Wilson says:

    I have tried several times to file a claim by using the online form. I can not open the form because my computer shows a message stating there are too many redirects. I am unable to file a claim due to a software error on your part. Please correct or show how to file.

  150. The Hair Gallery says:

    The page won’t open.

  151. James L Nicodemus says:

    I feel we have been overcharged fees for our phone, internet, and television! Many without notice.

  152. Frank S. Atencio says:

    Claim Form does not accept my accont nimber #303 838-5804 299R. It is impossible to submit due to problems with your system. I have tried numerous times to submit.

  153. Lillian Rightmire says:

    I am a long-time customer of CenturyLink, my bill continuously goes up and down. I occasionally have to contact them about charges I don’t understand what they’re for.

  154. Randall Billet says:

    I was overcharged, and opt for the $30.00.

  155. Gene Case says:

    If the court has not ruled on whether or not to award a judgment to Century Link customers, as a current customer, I would urge it to do so. Most of my communications with Century Link occurred during the time frame approximately Spring-Summer 2018. I have never dealt with – in my 70-odd years – an organization as duplicitous and incompetent as Century Link. It’s really difficult to know just when incompetence supersedes dishonesty, and via-a-versa, when dealing with Century Link. My discussions with CL primarily centered around monthly charges for telephone and internet service. More than once I would come to an agreement with a CL representative only to have a different (higher) charge show up on my next monthly statement. I would call CL and relate my story – complete with “confirmation number” – and invariably the rep would say that no such number existed, and that they had no idea where such a quote could have come from. This scenario occurred several times before I was finally “locked into” a “best price”. After this charge actually agreed with my next bill I stopped paying attention. But, that’s not all! My land line telephone is often not functional after a significant rainfall. This has been the case for at least 20 yrs. CL has attempted to resolve this issue numerous times with no success. But, that’s not all! When I attempted to increase my internet service speed, I was told that it could and couldn’t be increased by different CL reps. I was eventually able to confirm that it could, in fact, be increased (slightly), and a technician came to my residence and performed the necessary upgrade. Two days later, my internet speed lapsed back to its previous speed. When I called CL, they once again stated that the increased speed (which I had for two days) was not available in my area. When a technician showed up to investigate, I related what the CL rep had told me. The tech rolled his eyes, made one quick phone call and within seconds the increased speed was restored. Now all of this is just what comes to mind after many years of frustration with CL – I’m sure there’s more that I have forgotten!

  156. howard hamm says:

    im interested in a settlement thank you.

  157. Sylvia K. Horton says:

    In regard to the settlement, I have noticed that when I looked at my past statements, I have been charged the same now as I was charged before I connected to Yondoo on October 2, 2018, 63.00 to 64.00 a month. Cable was disconnected. I still have telephone and internet with CenturyTel.

  158. Joanne Almeida says:

    My safari will NOT allow me to continue!

  159. james willard says:

    I’m a customer, my account #is 801 467-6634 876R, my zip code is 84115. why am I not being authenticated?

  160. Theresa Mortenson says:

    You were not a good service.

  161. Dorothy Ratajczak says:

    New Address Michael or Dorothy Ratajczak

  162. CYNTHIA CLARK says:

    I AM TRYING TO DO A CLAM BUT IT IS SAYING THAT I DONT HAVE THE RIGHT INFO AND I HAVE PUT IN MY PHONE NUMBER AND ZIP CODE AND THE LAST THREE NUMBERS AFTER MY PHONE NUMBER ….PLEASE HELP ME

  163. Susan Miller-Middaugh says:

    How do I get or send a claim for this rebate? Also my neighbor needs one also Charles Stephens 63081 terence dr. sp1 Kearny AZ 85137
    susan miller-middaugh 63081 terence dr, sp 25 Kearny az 85137

  164. Fay C Fisher says:

    I want to file a claim, please help me get the claim form.

  165. PHILLIP SUNDSTROM says:

    I am a class settlement member.

  166. Brenda K Hammons says:

    I was always calling CenturyLink every billing cycle, once a month, about one mistake or the other. Why as a customer since before they were CenturyLink do I have to sit at the phone for hours being transferred from one Agent to another, finally to get nothing settled? Then they wonder why a person is fed up with customer service reps. They don’t do their job, not following through with the customer’s request. If our country was run the same way, the United States of America would not have any regulation, structure or laws. This is not a way to run a business and is unfair to the people who use the service.

  167. gary shepherd says:

    I have tried numerous times to file the claim but am told too many redirects.
    Gary Shepherd

  168. Julia McLaughlin says:

    I am a CenturyLink customer. Have been since 2004. I got the info about the class action settlement with my last statement. Went to the settlement website to file a claim. My account number, 3602738452-991 doesn’t fit the format examples on the page. There’s a note that says: If you are having difficulties with account number formats, please email info@centurylinkmdlclasssettlement.com to obtain your Claimant ID number to file a claim. I did this a week ago, and have not had a response.So, my acct no. doesn’t work and apparently they don’t want to provide a claim number.What do I do?

  169. Debbie Mcmillian says:

    I also have information that the company overcharged me. I lost my home in Florence in 2018. I called them and explained that my home was destroyed but i-I wanted to keep my same number. I still would receive a bill for 45 to 60 dollars every month even though the service was not in use for over two years. I would call and the only answer I would get was I still had internet services. I explained I am not living in the home that was destroyed.

  170. Kelly Russell says:

    To whom this may concern, I wish to remove my eligibility for compensation in the class action lawsuit. I’m hoping this is a sufficient means as how to do this! Thank you.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Kelly,
      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  171. Shirley Jones says:

    I have tried numerous times to submit a claim. It will not accept my zip code (which I have had for over 20 years, and I have had the phone account number for as many years). I know I am eligible.

  172. IBE I IHEME says:

    I have been overcharged several times. One was between between April and June 2014 and June and August 2017. Besides these two, my Century Link services have been interrupted several times due to no fault of mine with no reimbursement. So I shall be pleased if you would refund me as much as you can.

    Thanks

    Ibe Iheme

  173. donna elmore says:

    Been trying to fill out the claim form on line. No luck. Can you please help me? Thank you.

  174. Mary Barker says:

    I tried to file a claim but it wouldn’t let me file. I filled everything out and put my initials and hit next and it keeps returning back to the window before.

  175. Theodore Mavrakos says:

    TWIMC: Please contact me if you have any questions. I have been a customer from November 2014 to present.

    Ted Mavrakos

  176. Ted Mavrakos says:

    TWIMC: Thank you for your response. I await your approval.

    Ted Mavrakos

  177. Ronald Schwartz says:

    I was an existing customer at the time. CL was offering a promotional offer for internet service in November 2019 for $49./month. I signed up and was granted this new contract (was paying $65./month prior to this new contract.) I was never correctly billed until April 2020. I was promised a refund in April for the extra amount that I had been paying since the new contract and never received this refund.

  178. james willard says:

    I’m a customer, James Willard at 1634 S W Temple Salt Lake City Utah 84115. My account # 801 467-6634 867R. Why am I unable to authenticate myself in your system? My new email address is jxwilla@outlook.com

  179. Barbara Jones says:

    Yes, I’m a member of the settlement and yes I live in the United States.

    • Barbara Jones says:

      I have been with CenturyLink for a long time and have called them many a times about the odd charges on my bills. They always come up with some lame explanation that you don’t have any knowledge of whatsoever.

  180. Janeen Duncan says:

    I do not have internet and need a claim form. Janeen Duncan 3619 47th Ave. S.W. Seattle, Wa 98116

  181. Victory Sollers says:

    I’m filing my claim against Centurylink because they overcharged me for several months.I called them but was told there was no overcharge.

  182. madelyn ward says:

    Thanks for letting me know about the settlement

  183. nancy palumbo says:

    I have the same rate every month yet every bill has ALWAYS been a different dollar amount. It was always a struggle to call them. When I did get through, they gave me different excuses. I knew something was funny with their service billings. Thank you for the information.

  184. diane m wade says:

    Billing practices were off the wall. Had to call all the time, kept billing me for techs coming out that nobody ordered. Horrible customer service. Took months to get it all right. Since my son was in college, we used CenturyLink. He was in the middle of finals, and they shut him down! Wasn’t because the bill wasn’t paid. Idiots.

  185. Mary C. Altman says:

    I wish to EXCLUDE myself from this class action suit.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Mary,
      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  186. Lisa Huynh (Uc) says:

    My service address is 762 Manor Street, Vadnais Heights MN 55127

  187. Joanne McCall says:

    When I click on Claim Form, the site will not open. What do I need to do to get a valid claim form?

  188. Carol Steinsiek says:

    Every avenue I have tried to print a rebate form has failed, and it states Safari will not open the page to allow me to print the form. How do I get a valid claim form?

  189. Malcolm R Draper says:

    I have been a century Link customer during the class period of January 2, 2014 to January 24, 2020. My service was for local, long distance, and internet service. I had Direct TV for most of that time period.

  190. courtney Bradshaw says:

    claim id 0074454976

  191. Mark Plotner says:

    We have no account anymore with them. We left them about five years. Only thing we have is the email. So we cannot file because we have no account just a claim number.

  192. K S Anderson says:

    I wish to opt out of the Class Settlement against CenturyLink.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi K.S. Anderson, Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  193. Gary L Berkner says:

    We are one of the class action members who were not reimbursed by Century Link. At home and at our business.

    Please enter Coast True Value Marine, 502 Second Street, Jackson, MN 56143. We are not able to get apply as our business has closed and have no access to a store computer.

    Thank you.

  194. Patricia Jordan says:

    Please send my payment that is due to me. Thank You.

  195. Eve Stith says:

    Michael Stith passed away on 10-2-14. As his widow, am I considered a “Settlement Class Member”?

  196. Stanley Lewandowski says:

    The reason we did away with the home phone was because of the charge that they were charging.

  197. Myrna Davis says:

    I was a CenturyLink customer during the time period allotted to in the class action lawsuit and am submitting this form prior to the June 23, 2020 expiration date. Thank you.

  198. andy suarez says:

    need help with settlement

  199. Ryan and Heather Holsted says:

    I have been reviewing the notice for the class action settlement to the operation of CenturyLink billing practices. I too noticed fees that did not apply to my account, however, I thought this was my error and did not pursue it. Am I able to request itemized bills from CenturyLink for the duration that I have been a customer? Thank you for your time!

  200. R. Aileen Ten Eyck says:

    HELP!!! I TRIED TO FILE A VALID CLAIM FORM AS A SETTLEMENT CLASS MEMBER. HOWEVER — EVEN THOUGH I ENTERED CORRECTLY MY CENTURYLINK ID AND ZIP CODE, AND PUT IN THE CODE POPUP, IT STATES THAT IT IS INVALID ON YOUR LIST. WHAT NOW!!!

    I HAVE BEEN WITH CENTURYLINK SINCE MY QUEST ACCOUNT BECAME CENTURYLINK. I HAVE BOTH INTERNET AND LAND LINE, SINCE 1998. PLEASE HAVE SOMEONE GIVE ME A CALL TO HELP ME PUT THE CLAIM FORWARD AT 480-991-9161.

  201. Jose M Romo says:

    How do I get a Claimant Number?

  202. Riuchard J. Melton says:

    I believe I have a settlement coming but not sure if I have done everything right. no one at Century link seems to know either. how do I find out. No one at Century link knows anything either.

  203. Roger McIntyre says:

    I lost my post card with the info

  204. Alexis says:

    This is good. I’ve got family members to contact and share this information with.

  205. Clarice Morrison says:

    Clarice M. Morrison
    I was over charged for an modem installment.

  206. Earl N Daughtry says:

    Monthly service fees varied. At times, I was offered a better rate. I’ve been a customer of Centurylink for nine years. Due to not knowing or not being offered the better rate for Internet and land line services, I overspent several hundred dollars with CenturyLink.

  207. Marvin Zawacki says:

    I am trying to fill out the form. My account # from my bill is 320 968-7986 120r . It will not let me use this. I need a claimant number. my email is mzawackifoley2aol.com . Thank you.

  208. Ronald Barton says:

    I have been a member of Century Link for several years and would like to enter the Class Action Law Suit. I am a residential customer.

  209. Ronald Barton says:

    My monthly bill is for home phone and internet. The only reason I have home phone is that I have a heart problem and have a pacemaker and defibrillator and pacemaker, that have a machine that reads how they are working and the machine sends results over phone. Century Link says I had to have their full phone service for this use. Otherwise, I don’t need home phone.
    The internet service we have through CenturyLink does not work half of the time. I have to keep calling them to get it to work. Their prices are too high and keep increasing. I have dropped everything I could drop through them to cut the price of our bill. We are in our 70’s and do not use home internet much, we are on limited income. I must have a home phone due to my machine but I do not need full phone service. Century Link says I have to keep full service.

  210. Judith A Reynolds says:

    I have a claim form and am trying to fill it out but have some questions, I have an account number which is my phone number but the form also asks for a “Claimant Identification Number, is that the same as my account number?

    The start month and year of my service from Century Link–How do I find that?

    There is a section that asks for the nature of the overcharge—Until I got the claim form I didn’t know there was a class action so how can what the nature of the overcharge was?

    I assume that I am included or else why did you send me this form?

  211. Cathy Cleveland says:

    Claimant ID number on the post card that I received : 0093305464
    I would like to file a claimed with CenturyLink.

  212. Cathy Celeveland says:

    I would like to file a claim . Here is my Claimant ID number 0093305464.

  213. Rubie Walker says:

    An overpayment was charged for two weeks when I did not have any phone service. The phone service damage was discovered by a CenturyLink serviceman.

  214. Kathleen Guerin says:

    Century Link misrepresented the monthly fee for their services. Each and every month the monthly fee has steadily increased. Indeed that is false advertising and something needs to be done.

  215. Tammera Treantos says:

    Yes I was a customer who was overcharged. They lied about the amount I would be charged! They damaged my credit!

  216. Mary Jane Dyson says:

    I HAD CENTURYLINK SERVICES IN TUCSON,AZ DURING THIS PERIOD, HAVE MOVED TO TEXAS.

  217. Ann G. Hillmeyer says:

    I wish to submit a claim for the CenturyLink MDL Class Settlelment.

  218. Debbie Courtney says:

    It is a shame when you have to monitor your bills and cannot trust your provider not to over charge you on what is an already large amount. Its also sad you have to bundle to get the best deal, yet you do not use some of the items listed in that bundle.

  219. Elizabeth Wright says:

    Add me to the Settlement. Thanks

  220. Michael jensen says:

    Every time I complete the claim form, I have 2 claim numbers, and no matter which way I cross them and try to match the the code figures you have at the bottom of the form, it keeps telling me they’re invalid #s . This is the second time you have sent me new claim #s the new #s are 0033700403 and 0165310563 and my 2 lines I have with you are 928 342 8272 the letters after my # is 805R Then the other # is 208 888 0912 the #s after are 406R PLEASE LET ME KNOW how to file the claim form which CLAM FORM HEADING do I click on after I do a GOOGLE SEARCH? THANK YOU.

  221. loren jorgenson says:

    problem with account number and zip code …. not validated or found in your system when I tried to claim digitally

    I don’t know my claimant ID , probably threw the paper away
    Could you send me my claimant ID info
    My account nro is 3604791986 982R
    My zip code is 98312

  222. V.E.Sauer says:

    I haven’t looked at my email for over ten years.
    I was quoted a price that was supposed to last a lifetime, whenever I get an increase I call and question the increase. I get an answer that it is an increase in something other than what was on the quoted price. Every time you call CenturyLink it takes a half an hour, and sometimes you can’t understand the person.

  223. V.E.Sauer says:

    all I want is $30.00

  224. Bobby J. Thomas says:

    I filled out the claim form, on 12 May let me know if it was received. the form was difficult to fill out. I received the yellow card with my March 2020 phone Bill. I have been with Century Link over 10 years.

  225. Gloria M. Stinson says:

    I agree with the unfair and deceptive billing practices. Several times, I have tried to make sense in the billing statement but got stressed out trying to understand it. Just paid the bill instead of getting more stressed out. Some of the charges did not make sense, or I felt that some of the charges were applied twice.

  226. eula m unger says:

    They ruined my credit because they weren`t charging me right and we were arguing about the bill. They reported me to collections and ruined my credit. They refused to listen to me.

  227. TED STEGER says:

    CAN I GET A FORM 2 FILL OUT

  228. Judith Gnagey says:

    I am eligible to make this claim.

  229. Delos W. Mlady says:

    When trying to file, it won’t accept my account number and zip code. The account number is exactly as Century link has provided. How can I file for the settlement?

    Why won’t it accept my account number and zip code?

  230. cindy haines says:

    I have more than the thirty dollars, but I’m scared I’ll lose out on the $30 by not doing that. I’ve been a customer for forty-some years and have kept my receipts in a file for the last five years on all businesses. Wondering if we can do both and try to get an ID number?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Cindy,
      Thank you for contacting us. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.

      Do you have the link to the particular class action settlement that you are referring to, and is it here on classactionrebates.com? I’m afraid we can’t help point you to the proper Claims/Settlement Administrator / Claims Page as we have no point of reference. 
      Thank you. 

  231. Cecil Joubert says:

    Please send me a claim form.

    Thank you.

  232. Lindsay Fontana says:

    I am not able to find a claim form online.
    Please send me a form to either my email –
    lindsayfontana@gmail.com
    or
    my address –
    Lindsay Fontana
    106 Calle Palomita
    Santa Fe NM 87505

  233. Emersom Renicker says:

    Cannot log into our account because you list the service zip code WRONG. Have called and called and still you will not fix the service zip code. Our address on the statement is the service zip code. Why can’t I get someone who understands what I am talking about. Service zip code does not exit. CALL me and let me log into this form! My SERVICE zip is same as mailing address 68134!

  234. Todd Studer says:

    I believe I am customer who qualifies for this settlement.

  235. Linda Rumble says:

    How come I’m charged $58 a month just for wifi? I don’t have a house phone, cable, nothing. Just wifi. And I don’t even have a computer, just my cell phone. I read all over people getting wifi from CenturyLink for $45 a month. Why is mine so much higher?
    I don’t pay monthly, I pay about $400 at a time so I can use credit and not worry about it.

  236. William Babics says:

    Where can I get the claim number?

  237. William Babics says:

    Unable to file claim because cannot find claim number.

  238. Thomas Graeser says:

    Please send claim ID because account number 303-278-7115-218r does not work electronically.

  239. Edward J Kucharski says:

    I went to your retrieve account number page, electronically copied it, went to claim form and pasted it in.

    Still get unable to authenticate!

    Help.

  240. Patricia D Mattison says:

    I have tried to open the claim form to fill it out and send it, but I am unable to do so. When I call the phone number posted, I only get a short message that tells me nothing. We have been charged for 3 Mgb of internet speed but rarely get 0.4-10 since 2009. I would like to fill out the form to enter the law suit. Please reply.

    Patricia Mattison
    406-257-1913

  241. Paul Tran says:

    I got overcharged with my home phone and internet.

  242. MaryAnn Herbst says:

    I have no idea if I qualify. I am 75 years old and have no idea. Got a notice in the mail.

  243. Jim Downs says:

    I tried (several times) to send in the claim form for the CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement. After typing in the ‘I am not a robot’ code I continually got the message: “Unable to authenticate. The claimant cannot be found”. I submitted with my account number (970 532-3690 473). I went to the page to get my account number (which I have on the bill in front of me) and it said “SUCCESS”. But I did not get an e-mail with the account number.

  244. jonathan dreger says:

    I’ve been trying unsuccessfully to file a claim. I have had Century Link phone and internet service since last fall, received the yellow announcement, haven’t been reimbursed, so I assume I am a Class Member. But when I insert my account number (which is my phone number plus 3 extra digits) and submit my claim, I am advised that my account number is not recognized and I need to obtain a class settlement ID number. But following those instructions sends me into a repeating loop with no ID number or means to obtain one. Please send me a number I can use to file my claim. Account number: 303-744-7744 647R. email address below. thank you.
    jon dreger

  245. Joan Manley says:

    I do not wish to participate in the class action suit/ settlement. Thus, I opt out. Please contact me that my decision has been honored.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Joan,
      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  246. Jo-Ann Phillips says:

    Opting out of this suit.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Jo-Ann,
      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  247. Lorraine Baldel says:

    I am unable to complete the claim form. I am told that my account number cannot be found. I have been with CenturyLink (Quest) for 26 years! Please advise how to proceed with filing my claim.

    • Lorraine Baldel says:

      I am unable to complete the claim form. I am told it cannot be authenticated and my account number could not be found. I have been a customer for over 26 years (Quest)! Why can’t you find my account number? Please advise how I can proceed to file a claim. Thank you.

  248. Michael Essa says:

    My new address is 187 N Westridge Dr #145 St George Ut 84770.

  249. Robert May says:

    I got the guy down to $75 Which we agreed to. Then the first bill was almost double that.
    I dropped all but the internet in Sept. 2018 only because I couldn’t get it elsewhere.

  250. Alyssa Preston says:

    Century link wrongfully charged me for two separate accounts and sent me two sets of equipment. When sending the two sets of equipment back to them. Due to not even being eligible to have CenturyLink in my complex. They said they never received the equipment. They charged me for 3 months of service for TWO separate accounts even after calling and canceling the same day that i got the equipment. Plus having to pay for the two seperate sets of equipment that they said they never got.

  251. Clara Mothershed says:

    Thanks for the update.

  252. David Stertzbach says:

    Please send me the form needed to apply for this settlement.

  253. Dino Leyba says:

    Please send claimant number, attempted to process claim on line, did not recognize account number.

  254. MARTHA CHAVEZ-ARVIZU says:

    I have tried unsuccessfully to submit my application for a $30 refund from this action by providing my claimant number 0168970672, my century link account number, 623-434-1583 231, my zip code of service, 85085, and I have been unable to submit my form. PLEASE HELP!

  255. C P says:

    This company overcharged me every single month from the beginning of my service with them. I repeatedly called them about my bill being too high, they would assure me they had taken care of it and my bill would now be “$xxx.xx” every month. The next bill was NOT what they had assured me it would be, and was always $30+ higher than promised. I would call them again, even speaking to “managers” and they would give me the same line, and the following month my bill would be even higher. Month after month of them lying to me, never following through on their promises, and pretty much stealing my money, I decided to cancel their service. I can’t believe they got away with this as long as they did.

  256. iris reza says:

    send me the money at 6491 seven rivers hwy Artesia nm 88210

  257. Katherine Tilley says:

    I was not billed by Centurylink in 2014 for a year no matter how many times I tried to get a bill. It was torture. I would call one place and they would say they didn’t service my area. They shut off my internet with no notice whatsoever and tried to bill hundreds in late fees. I had to get Washington Attorney General involved to straighten out the bill. $30 seems pretty lame for what I went through, the hours of not finding anyone that could resolve this issue.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Katherine,

      Sorry to hear that. You have the option to be excluded from this settlement. Please click on the settlement page link for the details.

  258. keely studdard says:

    I WAS overcharged more than $30 but I don’t still have the bills. I just gave up on trying to negotiate with them. They should still have the billings on file. What do I need to get my right amount back?

  259. Tammy Martinez says:

    I have been trying to fill out the paperwork for the class action settlement, and it won’t let me. I have tried everything. I need help with this issue.
    Thank you.

  260. Joseph gilliam says:

    Would like settlement

  261. Felicia Marino says:

    I have been over charged for 18 years!

  262. Patricia Johnson says:

    Wrongful billing and overcharge.

  263. Mary V. Fondren says:

    Wrongfully overcharged and billing.

  264. Lissa says:

    I received a card in my mail from the CenturyLink settlement. I went to the website and I have to download all these documents. I don’t know why I have to do all this work. I lived in the home for nine years. I had CenturyLink as my server. My bills were always different, never the same price. When I called to cancel my service, they never canceled it. They kept charging me when I wasn’t living in the property anymore. Those bills added up and they went to collections. Now my credit should be better than it is but is probably not due to that issue. I don’t have time to download all the documents and send them out. I’ve been working overtime due to all this craziness. I’m stressed and overwhelmed can pages lookup my account and refund me a check? I don’t even know if it’s worth downloading and submitting my claim. I don’t know how much money I’ll be getting back if I hired a lawyer. I’m going to end up giving it all to them. I just don’t understand what’s the maximum that I’m going to be getting back if it’s worth even pursuing.

  265. jane seglem says:

    How do I receive my claiant number for the Class Action Settlement?

  266. Raekeish Hoyte says:

    Please send me the class action law suit information.

  267. Brian Moffatt says:

    Need a claimant ID. I tried with my account number, but it was not found. My acct. number: 480 983 3713 516R.

  268. Scott Chaussee says:

    Please include me.

  269. Sandra Newman says:

    I have been a residential customer since February 2001.

  270. STEVEN R; ANGLE says:

    Just wondering what’s happening with our claims? From Steven R. Angle. Now, mine is for $ 800.00 (eight hundred) and hopefully you have all my paperwork. My bill was all over the place referring to charges. Every month it was different and usually higher than last month. I did my best with documentation. Okay, call me if you wish. Steven R. Angle 623-580-4333. Phoenix, AZ.

  271. Clar Brodt says:

    We have been customers of CenturyTel/CenturyLink since 1966, and did not receive any notice concerning this Class settlement. Why is that?

  272. Debra hinz says:

    I am trying to help my 92 year-old mother with this. I cannot submit this form with her account number. It tells me “no account found”. Her name is Donna Cleveland. The account is 303 771 5560 774R. Address is 7133 S Syracuse St Centennial 80112. The account is in my dad’s name, Homer Cleveland. Would you please assist me? Debra Hinz

  273. Eva K. Benson says:

    How can I get a claim number, since my account number for Century Link does not work?

  274. Ellen Calebaugh says:

    A number of times Century Link charged me fees on brief long distance calls, 5-10 minutes; so the total was very inflated. I finally called to complain about this and the representative placed me on hold. When she connected with me again, I was told I could have a different ‘long distance package’. If I had not complained, I would still be paying the inflated rate for long distance. I dropped Century Link for another company.

  275. kathy sierak says:

    I believe that I didn’t receive long distance. I believe that someone call-forwarded my telephone to a remote address and that I was being watched. And even though I don’t have proof, I think that my bill had been knocked up little by little. I had to pay for a long distance call I didn’t receive. I thought someone call forwarded my phone and that it went on for years.

  276. james e BEAL JR says:

    I had your service in California and Las Vegas. Can you email me my account numbers?

  277. Homer Cleveland says:

    I need my claim number; my account number will not work.

  278. Homer Cleveland says:

    My account number is 3037715560-774

  279. Robbie Nash says:

    How can you make a claim when the website is fraudulent! It’s as if you don’t want claims made! And the 1-877 # is also BS!

  280. MARY CONROY says:

    GOT THE POSTCARD BUT WILL NOT ACCEPT THE CLAIMANT ID……

  281. Paulette Benedict says:

    Please include my account in this suit for a refund.
    Thank You

  282. Alice P Robertson says:

    I submitted a claim 4/18/2020 concerning the internet service for a lifetime payment of 79.00 monthly which would not change. It has been over a year. Have not heard a response once. In May, they were still investigating. On June 2nd, I got an email from Veronica stating not hearing from me. I did not know I had to inquire again. You may email me the results.

  283. alice p robertson says:

    Please reply.

  284. Christi Charles says:

    I believe Century Link turned me into collections even when I paid my final bill after I disconnected with them because I was moving. I received a claim from a collection agency but I just threw it away. I believe it was because I had a bundled package which included Dish Satellite. Century Link kept sending me a notice to pay the Dish portion continually after they had disconnected my service and I had moved. I would call each month and they would say okay it is because of the bundle. Finally someone said they fixed it after I paid them $165.83 on 11-20-2018. I believe this was the amount from the collection agency I received which I just threw away. I have not checked my credit report to see if it is off. Do you verify that or should I? I do want to be a part of this class action settlement because Century link is a crook. Thank you.

  285. Jean Porter says:

    I have been a customer of Century Link about 25 years and I didn’t receive a post card about the law suit.

  286. M Gene Glover says:

    This doesn’t surprise me. A couple of years back I needed to have my due date changed to the 5th of the month. I was told in order to do that I would need to close my account and reopen an account on the day I would want my bill due. I ask her why couldn’t my account just be prorated to what I wanted. Seriously? I asked if any one there knew how to work a calculator. Of course she got mad. I feel they wanted me to cancel my account so I would have to pay full price on my contract, plus new setup fees for the new due date I wanted. I still battle with my monthly budget and this problem. It seems like they just don’t care for costumers or if we even have their service.

  287. Marvin Lofton says:

    I am a previous Century Link Residential Customer. I have an ID number and have been contacted via mail. I do not have any previous statements. I cannot access my closed account. I cannot reach anyone live to talk to and because I do not know the specifics of how I was overcharged, I cannot not answer any of the 8 required questions pertaining to “…Make a Flat Payment Claim…”. What do I do now? The deadline for receivership is June 23, 2020.

  288. Jose A Valenzuela says:

    I had internet service with CenturyLink and called them to “bundle” a home phone with this. They promised I would pay some $ 60.00 for both. They opened another account instead, and tried to charge me $90.00 for the phone ALONE! I called to complain and they opened ANOTHER account yet. I said I would not pay, and they, very generously, offered to “consolidate” all 3 account balances into one. I said I was canceling my service and refused to pay. A year later, they called me to “rectify” the situation and offered to re-connect my internet. I would not have to pay any of the past charges.

  289. Carmel Martinez says:

    I can seem to access a form to fill out. My account # is5056320595, and ID#D164B624B3. Thank You!

  290. lyle nelson says:

    thank you all

  291. Harold Wayne DeWitt says:

    I want my settlement of $30.00

  292. John duchesne says:

    Cannot get a claim form. I have a claimant ID.

  293. Leroy Angel says:

    I, Leroy Angel, agree to the legal judgment or settlement that I am entitled to. I am requesting notification of the personal amount that is due to me. Respectfully sumbitted, Leroy Angel

  294. Kandice Duran says:

    I have tried several times to file a claim using the number on the postcard, service zip code, and account number –with the same response of one of those being wrong. I was charged wrongly in Oct. 2019 and went around and around with CenturyLink through Dec. of 2019. At that time, it was straightened out. But each time, my bill was higher than I was told. This went on for so long. Did I get all of the overcharge refunded? I don’t know.

  295. johnny lassiter says:

    Can someone explain exactly the charges, fees, and taxes that customers were overcharged for internet, voice and television services? Customers are proposed $30.00, but if a customer has been overcharged, for example, $3.00 on a monthly bill from 2014-2020, that would be 12 x 3=36 x 6 yrs=$216.00, instead of $30.00. Just need clarity about billing.

  296. Patsy McCauley says:

    I am requesting a refund of any and all over charges. Higher bills were sometimes very subtle like in the way of a tax. Let me know what I need to do if anything.

  297. Larry Gifford says:

    When I try to file a claim using my account number and zip code, it states: “Unable to locate claimant”. I was a customer for the required period of time. What am I doing wrong?

  298. Frank Amparano says:

    I like the way you won’t accept my claim but when you want your payment you are right on the spot, no wonder you got sued.

  299. Martha Brunelle says:

    Applying – Had Century link before it was Centurylink.

  300. Gracie Huckabay says:

    I have had issues with Century link since forever. The services were internet and caller ID, and a phone line. My services were always not working. I called several times a week and the problem was not solved. At that time, my mother lived with me, so l needed a land line for her life alert system. The bill continued to come even if l was not getting the service. They also offered me a monthly fee service that was not going to change, but every month was higher. Any questions? Please call me Gracie Huckabay 575 639-2459

  301. Jerrold Weinstein says:

    Am trying to enter a claim online and keeps coming back as error “Unable to authenticate. The claimant cannot be found.” Keep putting in account number as it appears on my bill. Tried calling phone number above and cannot get thru to a human to give me some assistance.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Jerrold,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  302. Lee Murphy says:

    Hope all works well on this.

  303. Virginia Dulik says:

    I received 2 different claim ID numbers in the mail, but I had 3 different accounts during the time this suit is for. How do I know which zip code is for each ID number? All 3 accounts were in different zip codes.

  304. Stacey Wehrle says:

    I am completing my claim online and want to attach bills, but I called Century Link and they won’t release them to me without paying $5/bill. I tried to go online but their website is conveniently down and I am unable to request them. I asked customer service about this and he said I would not be able to access them anyway online since I cancelled my account and my log-in is invalid at this time. I expressed frustration that I needed these bills for this lawsuit/settlement and they are trying to make money off of them.

    I do not want to pay them anymore money. I was advised to reach out to you to see if you could obtain copies of my bills through discovery. My Account is 6053482177426. Craig Wehrle
    Thank you

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Stacey,
      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated: 

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  305. Christian Neal says:

    I’ve tried to fill out the century link claim for several times and it’s saying too many redirects and will not open the page.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Christian,
      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated: 

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com“Good luck.

  306. Michael Monte says:

    unable to access form due to many redirects

    Claim ID: 0106758980

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Michael,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated: 

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com“Good luck.

  307. valerie dejong says:

    Bogus. Made impossible to apply. claimant #0149379319. Just so that the lawyers can make money.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Valerie,
      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated: 

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com“Good luck.

  308. lloyd zufelt says:

    Clamant LD #s 0150323424-0015211019

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Lloyd,
      Thanks for your message. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated: 

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com” Good luck.

  309. Sue Sonderman says:

    I’m happy this was brought to their attention.

  310. Cynthia Anaya says:

    I, Cynthia Anaya, am excluding myself from the lawsuit before June 23, 2020.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Cynthia,

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  311. Milas says:

    After fighting with CenturyLink for over 3 years how long before the small payout will be received?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Milas,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  312. Mary McClendo says:

    I am trying to obtain my claimant ID number. My Century Link account number will not work on the claim form. Please help. My account number is 303-371-8921 556R

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Mary,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  313. Nancy Bickmore says:

    I am a past customer…
    Received a postcard… but can’t locate it at moment…

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Nancy,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  314. carolyn karlin says:

    I have been having problems with Century Link for years and a $30.00 payment is “peanuts” compared to the frustrations I have endured with that company. They employ people who have no experience and know not what they talk about. Dealing with the so called Supervisors is not better.

  315. Genevieve E. Moore says:

    I do not wish to be involved in this MDLClassSettlement case.
    Claimant ID—-0024174756.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Genevieve. Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  316. Lizzie Jones says:

    Ever since, I have had this cable company since the 1990s. I lived in the Lextoning Apartment on Stielcom Building, Tacoma, WA.I paid my bills in full, not counting the extra fees that should not have been there. I do not know how the billing department cannot count or do the math on how much they should be paid when you request for their services. They Lie to you to get their services, and when you get your bill it’s totally different than what you expected. I paid my final bill for their services, and they said they’d pay me $100.00 back for the deposit for my phone bill. They sent me a check for 2,54 cents, and I never got any of my money back. Then I moved to 7603 36th Street CT, West Apt 1, University Place, WA. They stole from me. I also had the same service there: they said if I paid my service they will send me $100.00 gift card. I never got it. I am outraged.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Lizzie, So sorry to hear that. Here’s an update from the settlement page: “UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” We hope you’re included as a Class Action Settlement Member.

  317. Charles Shewey says:

    I do not have the claimant id number and your website will not recognize our account, which we have had nearly 40 years. Our account number is 406 586-4114 845R.

    Please provide the claimant ID number so we can file the claim.

    Thank you.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Charles,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  318. donna elmore says:

    TRYING to fill out the settlement form . it wont take my account number. need to get it done by today. please help me.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Donna,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  319. Thomas Hanson says:

    Having difficulties signing in.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Sorry to hear that, Thomas. Please go to this page: https://www.centurylinkmdlclasssettlement.com/Claim-Form?portalid=0. Scroll down to this section, “CLAIM FORM

      Section II – Settlement Class Member Information

      _Authenticate with Claimant Id Number
      _Authenticate with Account Number ”

      Tick on how you plan to authenticate your login. Also, try using a different browser than the last one you used when you couldn’t log in. Good luck.

  320. John Miller says:

    I have attempted several times to submit my claim form and was informed that account number 4809811955 was not recognized. Please correct this misinformation and confirm my effort prior to no later than June 23, 2020.
    Also, please explain the above Deadline date of 07/23/2020.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi John,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      As for the deadline, if you click the Settlement page link above, you’ll see the details regarding the first of two deadlines.

      Cheers.

  321. Alyson Ayn Osborn says:

    I wish to EXCLUDE myself from the class action suit as I wish to maintain my rights to pursue an individual claim. I have called and emailed, and have nowhere found out how or where to submit my request to exclude myself from the class action suit. As today – June 23, 2020 – is the deadline to make this claim, I am using this forum to show my intent.

    Thank you,

    Alyson Osborn (customer acct ending in 0566)

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Alyson,

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the settlement administrator of this case.)

      As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  322. Shirley Alexander says:

    My claim ID: 0174020477

    Please accept as official response.

    I have had a difficult time directly getting to the claims form to communicate my response. So, please accept the following:
    I do not want to be legally bound by the Settlement of 30.00, because I believe I am due much more, in addition to an outstanding wrongful balance of $682.16, stil outstanding with Collections. Also, I lost the use of my other phone numbers (3) longstanding, (as a grandfathered-in customer prior to a change and price increase).

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Shirley. We are sorry to hear you couldn’t access the page before. As we cannot accept your official statement to be excluded on behalf of the Settlement Administrator, you will still need to mail them (your signed statement) directly. Also, please *try using a different browser* when you access their website. As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  323. Laurie Carter says:

    I would like to be a part of the settlement my id# is 0074469994- unless possibly the 0’s at the beginning of the number are tiny D’s- its hard to tell. Thank you- Laurie

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Laurie,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  324. Lizzie Jones says:

    This is my second attempt.to make sure my claim be file.MY name is LizzieJonesI have services with century link .since 1994Ilive @THe Lextoning Apartment. 8804 Stielcoom Blvd I had caple an home phone my bill sky rocket the bill were never the same. and when i request my 100.00 deposit for my services; Century Link sent me a check for 2.40 cents; I still have this check up to this day.How they stole my money.When I lived @ 7604 36 ST court w.apt 1 University Place, Tacoma,WA.TheBriarview Apartment. When I call for new services CenturyLINK said if I paid my bill for three months.They promise to mail me a100 dollars gift card’ Inever Recieve.I had my hudsman to call .We were not living together@ that time His name is Jerry Ackin
    kin his address is on Broadway ST, In Tacoma,WA Icall for new services they give you one difference price an when you get your bill is alie;Now imoved here on 11016 Waller Rd,East apt,303 Tacoma,WA;I have had my services for going on 3years.Have the internet,Never log on I donot know about the computerCenturyLink were still billing me.my services my internet neverwork IT were alway offline,Judge they gave me a few credits not enough.For me not to have services forso many years,I want the2,500 plus the 30.00 also here is my Claimant ID D164977460

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Lizzie,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  325. Constance Gray says:

    My Phone line has been current at my home address with Century Link for 60+ years. in 2019 of October I have been having problems with century link billing I was late in October.Century Link cut off my internet from November 2019 to March 2020 I was making payments on a home phone, internet bundle. The fees kept going up from $96 on the package plane to $137.54 late fees.each month I had to be consistent in contact with the billing department. I’ve spoke to non-cooperative,badgering employees saying rude things to me. I would ask why are you charging me for internet when you cut my internet off, because its a package plane.The last person I talked to Hispanic male,I re asked why is Century Link charging me for internet that is off he said because I did not ask Century Link to remove the internet off my plan.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Constance,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  326. Donald P. Delmendo says:

    I hope I made the deadline. I believe the $30 settlement is a fair one for me.

  327. Donald P. Delmendo says:

    My account number is: 303 940-1320 306 R. I am filing the claim on June 23, 2020. Donald P. Delmendo

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Donald. Thank you for your message; however, we are not the Settlement Administrator for the CenturyLink settlement. We hope you were able to file directly via the Settlement’s official website. Cheers.

  328. Mecca says:

    Hi-
    I just received my acceptance in this claim through the mail on June 22nd and I have tried to upload my claim form but it keeps saying that the site cannot be reached. Please tell me what I can do. Thank you 😊

    Sincerely,
    M. Craig
    Re: acct.#****11928

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Mecca, Congratulations on your being accepted in this claim. Try uploading your claim form using a different browser than your default. Let us know if that helps. Good luck!

  329. Laramie Smith says:

    am having difficulties with account number formats (801-521-0858 674) (801-715-1947 719), please email Claimant ID number to file a claim. This is the third time i have asked you

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Laramie,

      Sorry to hear that. However, we (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly, as stated:

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com

      Good luck.

  330. Julio says:

    They were overcharging on every bill because they offered me 14Mb and I wasn’t even getting 8Mb per second. After I returned their equipment, I had the confirmation of shipping and also when it was received, yet they still charged me for not shipping their equipment. They’re just not a good company.

  331. Thomas Burns says:

    I followed instructions to get the claim form, but it won’t print out. This works as well as trying to get bills corrected in the past.

  332. Richard Friedman says:

    I fully intend to claim my rebate and I will tell you why. The service was terrible and I cancelled. They sent me a refund from a deposit I believe. And then three months later they tried to tell me that I owe them money, and I told them, “Then why did you send me a refund?” They sent me to Collections and destroyed my credit rating.

  333. martha lynn manzara says:

    Lynn Manzara
    claim id: 0311189593
    I do not want to be legally bound in a thirty dollar settlement, Centurylink stole thousands straight from my bank account. I spent endless hours on the phone with them! They owe me way more than 30 dollars!

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Martha Lynn,

      Sorry to hear that, and thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  334. Pete Costales says:

    My Claimant ID number is 0317888643, I am filing the claim on 06/29/2020. -Pete L Costales

  335. Robert Martin says:

    Include me in the Centurylink settlement

  336. scott peters says:

    My claim ID: 0306944497

    Please accept it as an official response.

    I have had a difficult time directly getting to the claims form to communicate my response. So, please accept the following:
    I do not want to be legally bound by the Settlement of 30.00, because I believe I am due much more, about $390.00. I am amazed how a company like yours can rob people, then say oh here is less than 10% for us robbing you.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Scott,
      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post, as we are not the settlement administrator. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757PO Box 479Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.* Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  337. luisa diaz says:

    I’m so happy when I received this notice that am not the only one on this. This company billed me for $800.00 and some change.Tthey sold me a plan for a cheaper price and when I received my first bill, the amount was wrong. They increased the amount of the bill, which is not what I sign on for. I called them, I told them the amount on the bill was wrong, but they never took care it. So I never paid. Now the account is in collection. I owe $800.00. I think getting 30 dollars in return is not a fair amount for all the inconvenience of calling and no one was able to fix the problem. This is wrong, selling a service for a price that was never given and engaging people on the wrong amount. id#0309920962

  338. Carol Staats says:

    I was with CenturyLink back in 2012-2014, and they kept adding amounts of what they said I owed. I always paid my bills on time, but I live on SSI, and the amount they said I owed, I could not afford to pay. They hurt my credit rating when they turned it over for collection. They are a joke!

  339. Christina Luces says:

    I had to go through Century Link for internet due to DISH. They ran my credit, charged me a fee to apply, and then when the technician came to install the equipment, they couldn’t even get CenturyLink service at my home because I do not have the proper cables outside by the pools. They proceeded to charge me and send me a bill every month. Now I have a negative impact on my credit score.

  340. Betty Long says:

    I cannot upload my claim form and would like to use this notice for my claim unless you can notify me.
    Thank you…..B Long
    Claim Number ID: 0321413459

  341. Suzanne Searcy says:

    I do not wish to be involved in this MDLClassSettlement case.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Suzanne,

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.”

      Thank you.

  342. Ron Salmon says:

    I would like to file a claim but can’t find the form, claim number 0302411368.

  343. Buddy Westbrook says:

    I DO NOT WISH TO BE INVOLVED IN THE CENTURYLINK MDL CLASS SETTLEMENT CASE.
    CLAIMANT ID: 0301125075
    Please remove my name and any future mailings.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Buddy,

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  344. cory treml says:

    How do I file a claim?

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Cory,
      Thank you for your comment. We (classactionrebates.com) are not the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. Please review the details above. You’ll need to contact their Administrator directly via postmarked mail, phone, or email, if you cannot file the claim online: 

      “CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757P.O. Box 479
      Minneapolis, MN 55440-04791-877-497-5924info@CenturyLinkMDLClassSettlement.com
      Good luck.

  345. Darlene Thompson says:

    I took over my dad’s account when he passed away. Because of the bad service and connections, I am going to file. However, I don’t know about the overcharges and whatnot. If there is money due to this household then it should be given.
    Claim number: 0317927229

  346. Lynn B. Larson says:

    WHEN I TRY TO ORDER A FORM, I GET THE MESSAGE BELOW:

    Your connection is not private. Attackers might be trying to steal your information from http://www.centurylinkmdlclasssettlement.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
    Help improve Chrome security by sending URLs of some pages you visit, limited system information, and some page content to Google. Privacy policy

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Lynn,

      We tried accessing the form link, but we didn’t get the message you got. Perhaps it’s your security settings. Alternatively, you could try using Mozilla Firefox instead of Chrome. Hope it works out for you.

  347. BARBARA E WILLIAMS says:

    I do not wish to be involved in this MDLClassSettlement case. I would not recommend this company. I was going to use them as my internet provider and changed my mind due to misinformation facts. I called right away and put a disconnect on the account. It had never been set up or any equipment installed. I started getting billings within the next couple weeks. I responded with my disconnect number and a note to reverse the charges. I was harassed for several months and the billing kept growing. I finally had to get very rude and nasty and they finally canceled the account that had never been used. But then they turned me over to collections. I refused to pay what I did not use. Then they wrote it off as a bad dept. Thanks a lot. Reminds me of Verizon. Sign up for a program and then the rates double.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Barbara,

      Thank you for your comment, and sorry to hear about the trouble CenturyLink put you through. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, re not the settlement administrator of this case.)

      As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  348. Ken Paradez says:

    Hello. I feel all cable/phone /internet companies are over-billing and deceptive in their billing services. My claimant ID is 031294286. I would like to be counted as part of this class action suit.

  349. cher layton/kipp layton says:

    I’ve been a Centurylink customer for years. The site is not letting me leave this #0310497743 and #032308418. There isn’t any space to leave #s.

  350. veronicajung says:

    We have two separate accounts. One is under Sammy Jung and other is under Veronica Jung.

  351. Gary and Jan Session says:

    We wish to OPT OUT.

  352. Tammy L Mitchell says:

    I was told one price, but it was not that price when I got the bill, and now it’s in Collections at $450.00. Claimant ID:0306745995.

  353. Katrina Parks says:

    I wish to be a part of this settlement.

  354. Carole Torgerud says:

    I wish to be a part of this settlement. #0308663365

  355. Iglesia Bautista Galilea says:

    I do not wish to be involved in this MDLClassSettlement case.
    Claimant ID— 0304251047

    Please accept as official response.

    I don’t want to be legally bound by the $ 30, because I never received a service that they were charging, and at the time I spoke to the company to stop all this, we don’t want to have legal problems with anyone.

    We don’t want to participate in this settlement.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Iglesia,

      Thank you for your comment. However, it is not enough to reply to this post. You’ll still need to contact the Settlement Administrator directly if you wish to be excluded. (We, classactionrebates.com, are not the settlement administrator of the CenturyLink case.) As stated on their FAQs page: “14. How do I exclude myself from the Settlement?

      You may exclude yourself from the Class and the Settlement. If you want to be excluded, you must send a letter to the Settlement Administrator stating: (a) the case name and number (“In re: CenturyLink Sales Practices and Securities Litigation, D. Minn. Case No. 17-2795”); (b) your full name; (c) either the unique identification number assigned to you by the Settlement Administrator, or your account number with CenturyLink; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address (if you have one); and (e) that you do not wish to participate in the Settlement.

      You must sign your request for exclusion yourself and submit it to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked no later than June 23, 2020. The request for exclusion must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at:

      CenturyLink MDL Class Settlement – 6757

      PO Box 479

      Minneapolis, MN 55440-0479

      If you timely request to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you will not be bound by the judgment entered in the case, and you will not be precluded from prosecuting any timely claim against CenturyLink based on the conduct complained of in the case.

      UPDATE: Important message regarding deadlines:

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent in March and April have a deadline of June 23, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by June 23. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before June 23. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by June 23.

      * Please be mindful of the deadline on the postcard notice or email notice that you received. Notices sent after June 19, 2020 have a deadline of August 25, 2020. If you wish to participate in the Settlement, your Claim Form must be submitted by August 25. If you wish to exclude yourself from the Settlement, your exclusion request must be submitted on or before August 25. If you stay in the Settlement, you may object to it by August 25.” Thank you.

  356. tuan do says:

    My claimant ID : 0306765153

    I wish to be a part of this settlement.

    I hope the amount of claim should be paid more than $30 because I was a longtime customer using the services with CenturyLin

  357. phred says:

    I thought I would put in my 2 cents. This case is being administrated by Rust Consulting. They have many complaints that can be found by doing a Google search. They have a habit of taking shortcuts to make more money. For example, they sometimes forge the class lists using purchased mailing lists rather than bothering to hire staff to parse and research class members using files provided by the defendants. I caught them in the act, and reported them to the BBB. They attempted to defame me over it.

    Anyway, Rust Consulting is also known for sending notices to class members, then when it comes time to send a check, they magically lose track of the class members’ address. They like to claim that the check was returned by the post office. They tend to follow that with, “Your settlement money was donated to charity for lack of a valid address”. Being those class action administrators have “closed books”. Nobody knows what really happened to the money.

  358. William and Diane Leathers says:

    I received your post card and so did my husband about the law suit against Century Link. I sent a 4 pages letter that was a chronological order of problems I had with them from Dec. 2016 till Mar. 2017. We had been with them from Aug. 2005 until we moved to another part of the park. In 2016, they kept on showing from their end that the money was going towards Madrid where we used to live. Now our address is 12907 E. Vega Street. I called them to correct this problem then they couldn’t identify our SSN number – my husband’s or mine. Then they sent me to another dep’t. I’m in another state. Also, this happens all the time. Wish I could send the paperwork that went to Cus. Sve.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Diane. Sorry to hear about your troubles. However, as I’d replied to another post of yours, we aren’t the ones who sent you the postcard. We are only a class actions newspaper – NOT the Settlement Administrator of this case. Please try to contact the S/A directly via the details provided above. Best of luck.

  359. Diane Leathers says:

    Phone 928-759-7028 ,home ,928-592-2007 . Please call if you need the letter I sent to Century Link Customer Service,P.O.Box 2678, Omaha,Ne. 68103-2678 dated on April 29 , 2017. Thanks Diane Leathers.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi, Diane. Sorry, but there’s been a misunderstanding. Please note that we (classactionrebates.com) are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. If you want to file a claim, please follow the claims link above. Please also check the settlement website for any updates on the issue moving forward, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

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