One more day for customers to claim their credit – are you liable for up to $150

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

There is one day left to claim payment, up to a value of $150.


National Grid is one of the largest publicly traded utilities in the world

Apps close May 22.

The company was sued for allegedly violating consumer protection law over the phone by contacting customers without their consent.

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

On your monthly bill, charges may appear from the following sub-companies. National Grid is the parent company of each.

  • Boston Gas Co. (Massachusetts)
  • Colonial Gas Co. (Massachusetts; now part of Boston Gas)
  • Massachusetts Electric Co. (Massachusetts)
  • Nantucket Electric Co. (Massachusetts)
  • KeySpan Gas East Corp. (New York)
  • Brooklyn Union Gas Co. (New York)
  • Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. (New York)
  • The Narragansett Electric Co. (Rhode Island)
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National Grid admitted no wrongdoing, but agreed to a $38.5 million settlement.

Who is eligible?

If you received a robocall or pre-recorded call from National Grid or a subsidiary between March 9, 2011 and October 29, 2021, you may be eligible.

According to the lawsuit, the calls allegedly related to bill payments, disconnection notices or other “material matters” relating to customer accounts.

Class members will be able to claim a cash refund from the lawsuit, but the payment amount has not yet been finalized.

The lawyers behind the class action estimate that members will receive between $50 and $150, but that number will vary depending on how many people file claims.

Potential class members may have received notice in December 2021 regarding the lawsuit.

If you believe you are eligible for the class action but have not received notice, you may contact the Settlement Administrator by email at [email protected] or by phone at (855) 784-1955.

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