DirectTV customers in Georgia could qualify for a financial settlement or other restitution under a deal announced Wednesday. The satellite-TV provider and 49 states settled claims of deceptive and unfair sales practices, including renewing sports packages without customers’ knowledge, failing to properly disclose contract terms and substituting cash-back deals with bill credits.
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