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ATTORNEY GENERAL LISA MADIGAN’S OFFICE SAYS ELIGIBLE E-BOOK CUSTOMERS WILL START RECEIVING A SECOND ROUND OF PAYMENTS FROM A LAWSUIT SETTLED WITH APPLE AND OTHER PUBLISHERS.
 
THE 19 MILLION DOLLAR PAYMENT BY APPLE STEMS FROM ALLEGATIONS OF PRICE FIXING FROM 2010 TO 2012 SAYS MADIGAN SPOKESPERSON EILEEN BOYCE.
 
 
BOYCE SAYS THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR A PAYMENT DON’T NEED TO DO ANYTHING. MOST WILL RECEIVE A CREDIT TO THEIR E-BOOK ACCOUNT AND SOME WILL GET A CHECK INSTEAD. 
 
 
VISIT E BOOK LAWSUITS DOT COM FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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