The Block Firm is investigating a potential class action against Apple for unfair AppleCare charges.
If you recently traded in your old iPhone, Apple may still be charging you for AppleCare coverage for your old phone. That’s right—Apple is charging you to cover a phone Apple knows you no longer own. It’s impossible for you to break and need to repair a phone you traded back to Apple, so why is Apple still charging you for coverage? We think that’s an unfair business practice.
It’s easy to tell if this has been happening to you. Look at your email receipts or credit card statements for your monthly AppleCare charge. The charge should identify the covered device. If the charges continued after your trade-in, you’ve been cheated.
If this is happening to you, we would love to speak with you about your rights.
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