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Glenville customers among those to share in cable refunds

Alert customer spotted Time Warner overcharge

State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman is shown in a 2011 file photo. Today he announced a $2.2 million settlement with Time Warner Cable after an investigation showed the company had overcharged customers in 10 towns and villages,including Glenville.
State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman is shown in a 2011 file photo. Today he announced a $2.2 million settlement with Time Warner Cable after an investigation showed the company had overcharged customers in 10 towns and villages,including Glenville.
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Glenville customers of Time Warner Cable will receive the lion’s share of $2.2 million in refunds, thanks to an eagle-eyed resident noticing that the company was overcharging. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a settlement with the company following a two-year investigation by the state that grew out of an inquiry by Glenville officials. The town in January 2011 was about to adopt a new 10-year franchise agreement with the cable company when a ...


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scotiawines
March 7, 2013
3:39 p.m.

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How do I get my $119???????

mkuban
March 7, 2013
3:51 p.m.

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No mention of how former subscribers will get a refund.

dlittlecook
March 7, 2013
8:41 p.m.

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It says you will get a credit on your bill within 90 days. I would think you will need to have previouse invoices or ask them to look into their archives if you are not a current subscriber.

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