Time Warner Cable to Refund Millions of Dollars to Customers
Time Warner Cable will refund $2.2 million to more than 18,000 customers including some in Western New York.
It is part of a settlement the company reached with the New York State Attorney General's office announced Thursday.
The company was found to be charging subscriber fees that exceeded the amounts allowed in the franchise agreements for the towns of Livonia, Stafford, Oakfield, Geneva, Lima, and Batavia and the village of Waterloo.
The company released this statement, "Time Warner Cable is prepared to be in full compliance with the settlement agreement entered into with the Attorney General’s Office. Impacted cable customers will receive a credit proportional to their monthly video charges on their statement within 90 days."
Time Warner Cable is the parent company of YNN.