Lawsuit Investigation: Is Your Marina Overcharging for Electricity?
Last Updated on April 26, 2023
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At A Glance
- This Alert Affects:
- Anyone who has a wet slip at a marina in Florida or North Carolina
- What’s Going On?
- It’s believed that some marinas may be overcharging boat owners for electricity, and attorneys working with ClassAction.org are now looking into whether class action lawsuits can be filed.
- How Could a Class Action Help?
- A class action lawsuit could help consumers get back money they may have overpaid in electric bills at their marina.
Attorneys want to hear from anyone who has a wet slip at a marina in Florida or North Carolina.
They believe some marinas may be overcharging boat owners for electricity. It’s now being investigated whether a class action lawsuit can be filed to help consumers get back money they may have overpaid.
Marina Electric Bills
Marinas have different ways of billing wet slip owners and lessees for electricity usage. It’s believed, however, that some marinas may be overcharging boat owners for electricity and causing them to pay too much.
How a Class Action Lawsuit Could Help
If your marina is overcharging boat owners for electric service, a class action lawsuit could help you get back some of the money you may have overpaid.
A lawsuit could also force the marina to change its practices and stop overcharging boat owners for electricity.
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