Purchase A Belkin Power Pack?
You May Be Eligible For Compensation
Kazerouni Law Group, APC, is investigating claims that Belkin Power Banks misled consumers about their products’ battery charging capacity, in violation of consumer protection statutes and false advertising laws. If you have purchased a Belkin Power Bank, you may be eligible for compensation.
Belkin Power Packs Have 30% Less Charging Capacity Then Advertised
A power bank’s capacity to charge devices is measured in milliamp hours, or mAh. Independent laboratory testing has shown that Belkin Power Banks routinely underperform their advertised mAh by up to 30%. Additionally, we believe that Belkin has known about this issue since at least 2019 yet has neither fixed the underperformance issue nor changed their advertising. This is true for every Belkin Power Bank product, and represents a clear case of false advertising.
If you have purchased a Belkin Power Bank product, please fill out the form on this page and one of our consumer attorneys will contact you as soon as possible. You may be eligible for significant compensation, and you will not pay a dime until we win or settle your case.