Abusive Late Fees: Authorization of the Class Action Against Rogers and Fido
On January 18, 2021, Justice Sylvain Lussier of the Superior Court authorized the institution of a class action against Rogers Communications Canada Inc. and its Fido brand for Quebec customers to whom late payment fees of 42.58% annually were charged, more specifically for customers whose service contract was governed by the following terms and conditions:
-Rogers Terms of Service and Other Important Information;
-Rogers Small Business Terms of Service and Other Important Information; or
-Fido Terms of Service.
The action seeks to compensate customers who have paid these abusive fees, as well as to order Rogers to pay punitive damages.
The authorization of the class action means that Mr. Christopher Zakem and his attorneys can represent all class members.
You can read the notice to members by clicking here.
To view the page for this class action and find out if you are a member, click here.