The prepaid internet company AT&T Internet has said it is working to refund customers of its online service.

    In a blog post, the company said that “we received the bill and a customer had disputed its validity.”

    The company said it has asked the Department of Justice to “take immediate steps” to resolve the issue.

    In February, AT&t said it would reimburse customers of the prepaid internet plan who did not get a refund.

    The company added that its prepaid service, dubbed Plan B, is not subject to any regulatory oversight.

    “We understand that this is a tough time for many customers who have been impacted by this unfortunate incident,” AT&ts wrote.

    “However, we have been working with our customers and our law enforcement partners to ensure that this matter is resolved quickly and efficiently.”

    AT&Ts spokesperson, Amy Dickey, did not immediately respond to request for comment on whether the company plans to refund the customers.

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