TERPIN v AT&T
Civil Lawsuit

AT&T gave hackers control of Michael Terpin’s mobile service. Then the hackers were able to steal $24M from him. On August 15 2018, Terpin filed a $224M lawsuit against AT&T, for the $24M stolen and $200M in damages.

In this lawsuit, Terpin claims that AT&T is responsible for the theft because the fraudulent SIM swap executed by AT&T at the request of hackers was the critical element needed for them to steal from him.

Read the TERPIN v AT&T civil lawsuit below.

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Original Complaint

This is the Original Complaint Filing in TERPIN v AT&TTERPIN v AT&T Original Complaint Filing (081518)

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AT&T Motion to Dismiss
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AT&T Motion to Strike
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Plaintiff Opposition to Motion to Dismiss

Plaintiff’s opposition to motion to dismissTERPIN v AT&T Plaintiffs Opposition to Motion to Dismiss (110518)

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Plaintiff Opposition to Motion to Strike

Plaintiff’s opposition to motion to strikeTERPIN v AT&T Plaintiffs Opposition to Motion to Strike (110518)

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Defendant reply in Motion to Dismiss
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Defendant reply in Motion to Dismiss
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Defendant AT&T Mobility Request for Judicial Notice

Defendant AT&T Mobility Request for Judicial Notice012219 AT&T Request for Judicial Notice

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Plaintiff Opposition to Request for Judicial Notice
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Terpin v ATT Ruling on Motion to Dismiss

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